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PUBLlCATiOH OFFICE, 



No. 161 East Washington St. 



INDIANArOLlS, INDIANA. 






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LIFE INSURANCE CO. 



OF INDIANAPOLIS. 



THE ONLY INDIANA LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. 



Office, No. 19 North Meridian Street, 



>0 RESTRICTIOI\ ON TRAVEL. 



ALL KINDS OP POLICIES NON-FORFEITING. 



mENDil iCLAil ill FAII AlilimY. 



PURELY MUTUAL. 



The policy holders control all the affairs of the Company. Premiums as low as is consistent with perfect 
security. All Cash and Cash and Note systems combined. Policy holders can take their choice. 
This HOME COMPANY was organized in 1863, by some of our best citizens. Its affairs 
have been carefully and prudently managed, and it already has a large accu- 
mulation of funds. We ask the support of all who feel an interest 
and pride in the success of home institutions and the 
WELFARE OF OUR GFFY AND STATE. 



JAMES M. RAY, President. 

EDWARD P. HOWE, Secretary. 



WM. S. HUBBARD, Vice-President. 

FRED. BAGGS, Treasurer. 



THOMAS H. BONHAM, General Agent. 



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LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY 



CAPITAL TOBACCO WORKS 



B. E. s j^ Tti^ :e :Et , 



MANUFACTURER OF ALL KINDS OF 



Fine Cut Chewing and Smoking 










Agents for the sale of all kinds of 



PLUG TOBACCOS AT MANUFACTURERS' PRICES, 



Nos. 19, 21 and 23 North Tennessee Street, 



OPPOSITE STATE HOUSE, 



INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA. 



LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 



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CHRISTIAN SPIEGEL. FRf;DERICK THOMS. HENRY FRANK; AUGUSTUS SPIEGEL. 

SPIEGEL, THOMS & CO. 



Manufacturers, Wholesale and Retail Dealers 



IN ALL KmDS OF 








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CHAIRS AND MATTRESSES. 




PACTOEY AND WHOLESALE HOUSE, 



EAST STKEET, NEAR PERU FREIGHT I^EPOT. 



WARER O O MS:: 



I 71 and 73 WEST WASHINGTON STREET, 



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LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 



SEWING MACHINES 



Were Awarded the Hig-liest Premiums at the State Fairs of 



NEW YORK, 

VERMONT, 

NEW JERSEY, 

PENNSYLYANIA, 

OHIO, 

INDIANA, 

MICHIGAN, 

WISCONSIN, 

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KENTUCKY, 

TENNESSEE, 

MISSOURI, 

ALABAMA, 

MISSISSIPPI, 

VIRGINIA, 

N.CAROLINA, 

CALIFORNIA, 

OREGON, 



AT THE FAIUS OF THE 



American Institute, Franklin Institute, Maryland Institute, Massachusetts Mechanics' Association, Penn- 
sylvania Mechanics' Institute, St Louis Agricultural and Mechanics' Association, and at 
numerous Institutes and County Fairs, including,' all the Fairs at which 
they were exhibited in the past three years. First prizes 
have also been awarded these Machines 
at the exhibitions of 

London, Paris, Dublin, Linz, Besancon, Bayonne, St. Dizier, Chalons 

And they have been furnished, by special command, to the Empress of France, Empress of Austria, 
Empress of Russia, Empress of Brazil, Queen of Spain and Queen of Bavaria. 



THE GROVER & BAKER ELASTIC-STITCH SEWING MACHINES 

Are suj)erior to all others for the following reasons: 

1. They sew direct from the spools and require no rewinding of thread. 

2. They are more easily understood and used, and less liable to derangement than other machines. 

3. They are capable of executing perfectly, without change of adjustment, a much greater variety of 
of work than other machines. 

4. The stitch made by these machines is much more firm, elastic and durable, especially upon articles 
which require to be washed and ironed, than any other stitch. 

5. This stitch, owing to the manner in which the under thread is inwrought, is much the most plump 
and beautiful in use, and retains this plumpness and beauty even upon articles frequently washed and 
ironed, until they are worn out. 

6. The structure of the seam is such that, though it be cut or broken at intervals of only a few inches, 
it will neither open, run or ravel, but remains firm and durable. 

7. Unlike other machines, these fasten both ends of the seam by their own operation. 

8. With these machines, while silk is used upon the right or face side of the seam, cotton may be used 
upon the other side without lessening the strength or durability of the seam. This can be done on no 
other machine, and is a great saving upon all articles stitched or made up with silk. 

9. These machines, in addition to their superior merits as instruments for sewing, by a change of 
adjustment, easily learned and practissd, execute the most beautiful and permanent embroidery and 
ornamental work. 

OROVER & BAKER S. M. CO. 



THOMAS M. COCHRANE, Agent, 

No. 21 East Washington Street, Indianapolis, Indiana. 



LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 



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HWCFOHTERS, 



Wholesale Dealers in 


HARDWARE, 


LOOKING GLASSES, 


LOOKING GLASS PLATES, 


CUTLERY, 


C3-XJ3SrS, ETO., ETO- 


Orders by Mail will have Prompt Attention. 



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C3-E1? THE BEST." 



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NEW FiVMCILY 

SEWING MACHINES. 

Incomparably the best ever offered to the public. Simple, compact, durable, beautiful, quiet, light- 
running and capable of performing a range and variety of work never before 
attempted upon a single machine ; using either 

SILK TWIST, LINEN OR COTTON THREAD, 

And sewing with equal facility the very finest and coarsest materials, and anything between the two 
extremes, in the most beautiful and substantial manner. Its attachments for hemming, braid- 
ing, cording, tucking, quilting, felling, trimming, binding, gathering, embroidering, 
etc., are novel and practical, and have been invented and adjusted especi- 
ally for this machine. The embroidery done on these machines is 
beautiful— making the EMBROIDERY STITCH on the 
upper side of the Goods. The IMPROVED » 

Siager is the Oaly Machlae 

Making the lock stitch that can embroider successfully. They use a straight and a shorter needle than 
any other machines in the world. Price, from $6.5 to $200. This company also manufacture and offer 
for sale the most reliable and durable machine for Tailors, Shoe-Makers, Saddlers and Carriage Trim- 
mere; also, the UNION BUTTON HOLE MACHINE; also, manufacturers and dealers in MACHINE 
TWIST, LINEN THREAD, SPOOL COTTON, NEEDLES, OIL, ETC., wholesale and retail. 

Principal Oflace, No. 458 Broadway, New York. 
Office State Agency, No. 16 North Delaware Street, Indianapolis, Indiana. 



LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 



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SOUTH-EAST COENER LAKE AND STATE STREETS. 



CMICAGO, ILLINOIS. 



The CITY HOTEL is equal to any and surpassed by none, and by the uniform management of tlie pre- 
sent proprietor, Mr. AINSWOETH and his experienced Clerks, the House now 
ranks ^qual to any in the city of Chicago, in its 

Appointments, Government and Style of Table, 



AND OUTWARD APPEARANCE, 



And largely superior to others in its location, being situated on Lake, the principal street leading East 
and West and at the head of State Street, from which branches 



Twelve Lines of Street Railroads Running to Every Part of the City, 



At intervals of Five Minutes. It is also on the Main Thoroughfare between the Central and North- 
Western Railway Passenger Depots and convenient to the landing of steamers from 
Lake Michigan ; thereby affording a most convenient Hotel for 



Merchants, Commercial Travelers, Tourists 



And others stopping in Chicago, and they will find the CITY HOTEL, in all respects, as 

represented. 

L. H. AINSWORTH, Prop'r. 



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No. 105 East Washington Street, Indianapolis, Ind. 




MANUFACTURERS OF 



RICH AND DURABLE FURNITURE, 



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HAVE ON HAND CONSTANTLY THE 



LARGEST STOCK OF FURNITURE IN THE CITY, 



AT PKICES TO SUIT THE TRADE. 



Tlieir r"acilities for M! a n u. f*a o t m r* i n g* 



ARE EQUAL TO ANY IN INDIANA, 



LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. ix 

US BE STAKES., 

Manufacturer, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 

MHtatUG zmtM CiiaHe, GAeKEte, 

AND WOODEN COFFINS, 




No. 39 North Illinois Street, Indianapolis, Indiana. 

Mr. Weaver is the sole owner of a Patent Metallic Case for preserving a corpse, which will keep 

the body in as good condition without interment, for 10 or 15 days, as when first 

deceased. He also has ooe of the finest hearses in the Western country. 

PERSONS WISHING HIS SERVICES WILL BE DEALT WITH LIBERALLY. 

SLATE AND METAL ROOFING. 



Slate, Gravel & Tin Roofing. 

Contracted on favorable terms and 

PUT UP IN SUBSTANTIAL ORDER, 



ROOFING MATERIAL OF ALL KINDS, 

Always on hand and for sale. Orders for Material in my line, filled prompKy. 

Slate Yard and Office, 40 South Alabama St., Indianapolis, Ind. 

TIN WORK 1HHSE TO ORDER. 



LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 



HOME FIRE INSURANCE CO. 



INDIAN A.t»OLIS, INDIANA. 



ACCUMULATED AND CASH CAPITAL, $258,675,23. 



Losses Equitab.y Adjusted and Promptly Paid. 



G. W. MORRIS, ALLEN GIBSON, T. B. PARKER, 

President. Vjce-President. Secretary. 

W. T. GIBSON, J. W. PARKER, 

Treasurer. General Agent. 



OFFICE, No. 64 EAST WASHINGTON ST. 

WJI. A. LOWE. JOS. W. NICHOL. 



ATTORNEYS AT LAW 



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SOLICITORS IN BANIiRUFTC^Sr, 



No. 16 1-2 EAST WASHINGTON ST., HEEALD BUILDING, 



IWDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA. 



WILL PRACTICE IN THE STATE AND FEDERAL COURTS. SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN 

TO -COLLECTIONS. 



LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. xi 



E3"S"E! A-lSriD E5 .A. 



DR. CHAS. E. WALL, 

OCULIST AND AURIST, 

Of IXew York,, announces to those suffering from diseases of those delicate organs, that 
he has resumed his practice, and is permanently located at 

No. 21 t-2 West Maryland Street, 

INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA, 



Where he may be consulted, Free of Charge, on all maladies of Eye, Ear and Throat, with a view to 
their permanent cure. Dr. Wall has given his entire attention to this branch of the 
Medical Profession for the past 12 years and will be found com- 
petent to cure all cases that he will undertake. 



NO CHARGE FOR UNSUCCESSFUL TREATMENT. 

Cross Eyes Removed in One ^Ti^ute^or no charge, without interruption to Bjs'ness. 
Patients who have been already sured of 

OEaFfiESS, BtmONEee, CHO$e-EVE$, ^G. 

CAN BE SEEN ON APPLICATiON AT THE OFFICE. 

All Surgical Operations to restore lost Sight or Hearing made in presence of the family physician 
when required. Thankful for past patronage, Dr. Wall will be happy to be of 
service to those who have not, as yet, availed them- 
selves of his professional skill. 

NO. n 1-2 WEST MARYLAND ST,, UP-STAIRS. 

BEST OF CITY REFERENCES. 

P. 0. Box 1218. 



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LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 



J. C. HERETH & BRO. 




MANUFACTURERS OF 



ADDLES AND HARNESS, 

HOR^SE COLLA.R.S, 

AND DEALERS IK 



SADDLERY HARDWARE, 

Harness Triramings, Whips, Sec. 
DK, HARTinAN'S PATEIVT 

SAFETY BRII3LE AND LINES. 

This novel invention prevents all accidents by horses. With it, the rinHine away or kicking of a horse, 

is utterly impossible. COUNTY AND TO WNSHIP Rl GETS FOB SALE. 

"* For a Circular, address 



J. o.i3:epieti3:<scCO- 

The Safety Bridle and Lines are Manufactured and Sold by 

J. 0. HEEETH, BEO. & 00. 

No. 24 North Delaware Street, Indianapolis, Ind. 



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ALPHABETICAL LIST OP CITIZENS' NAMES, 



GATHfiBED A^D COMPrLED EXPBESSLY FOE THIS WORK. 




ALSO, A COMPLKTS 



BUSINESS CLASSIFICATION, 



UNDER WHICH IS ARRANGED THE NAME AND LOCATION OF EVERY BUSINESS MAN OR 

FIRM, ACCORDING TO THE NATURE AND BUSINESS 

RELATIONS OF EACH, 



FOR THE YEAK COMMENCING- JULY 1, 1867. 



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COMPILED AND PUBLISHED ANNUALLY, BY 

LOOAN & CO. 

16ii East Washington St., Herald Buildyig. 
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CONTENTS 



P KC.V.. 

ALTERATIONS, REMOVALS AND CORRECTIONS 338 

ALPHABETICAL LIST OF CITIZENS 1 

BUSINESS CLASSIFICATION 20:1 

INDIANA COURT DIRECTORY 323 

INDIANA rOST-OFFICES 320 

INTRODUCTORY xv 

MUNICIPAL RECORD 311 

PUBLIC HALLS AND BUILDINGS 2G2 

RAILROAD DIRECTORY 341 

STAMP Dl'TIES 33t 

STREETS AND ALLEYS 257 



EiSTTER-EID A. C C O n ID I l?sr C3- TO -A. C T OP" COISTORESS 

In tlic year 1SG7, 

BY LOGAN <Sc CO. 

In the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the United States for the District of Indiana. 



THE HERALD COMPANY, 
Steam Boole and Job Printers and Book-Binders, 

HERALD OFFICE, 

No. lo>< East Washington Street. 
1867. 



1358746 



INTRODUCTORY. 



" Justice to all and Injustice to none. 



In presenting our first issue to the public, somewhat later in the season than 
we shall hereafter do, we were of necessity delayed by a desire to present the nec- 
essary information in systematic form, and to accomplish this, we find it quite im- 
possible to complete a slip canvass for names until after the first of June, as a 
large majority of removals take place during the month of May. 

A great inconvenience is sustained by us, as well as by our citizens and stran- 
gers visiting our city, from the neglect of the City Council to enforce the fulfillment 
of the ordinances of 1864, providing for a correct system of numbering houses and 
naming streets, and they alone are responsible, and to blame for this shameful neg- 
lect in allowing our prospering city to be, in these particular improvements, behind 
our sister cities, some of which contain one-half the population of Indianapolis; 
and from the condition in which we find houses, in diflferent parts of the city, num- 
bered some with the new number properly put up, others with the new and old 
numbers both, some with the old number yet remaining, and a very large number 
of the entire buildings, comprising both old and recently erected, without 
any number; thus rendering it impossible for us to give, with any great accu- 
racy, the exact location of all; yet, in laboring to overbalance these difficulties, we 
have spared no pains, time or mon^y to produce a Directory of the City of Indiana- 
polis that, in a measure at least, will approximate what our citizens need and have 
long desired; and what we here promise our patrons and the active business men 
of this city shall be issued by us annually hereafter for years to come; as we are 
permanent residents, and regularly engaged in Directory publishing, and in pur- 
suing this, our legitimate business, we shall carefully, punctually and fearlessly 
hold to our motto, " Justice to all and injustice to none^ 

Of our competitors, Edwards & Boyd, of somewhat recent date, although at 
present ous-ka-schpilt, we have but little to say; their own actions having said far 
more to their discredit than we feel competent to say. 

STATISTICS OF TUE CITY. 

The following is a brief summary of the statistical importance of our city, as 
shown by our recent canvass, which comprises the inhabitants immediately adjoin- 
ing, as well as those within the corporate limits of the city. The following fig- 
ures, set opposite the letters, indicate the number of different names of individual 
citizens whose name commences with that letter, viz: 



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A 307 

B 1,107 



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D... 
E... 
F... 
G... 
H... 
I... 
J... 
K.. 
L... 
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G88 
482 
173 
400 
4G6 
942 
146 
223 
418 
413 
33G 
789 



261 
285 
300 

15 

607 

1,302 

325 

U 
133 
88G 

46 

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Grand Total .11,149 



Thus it will be seen by the above figures, which are the result of a close and 
searching canvass, such an one as tliis city has never before received, that the whole 
gives us a grand total of 11,149 names of different individuals, which is a slight in- 
crease over that of a year ago, and which, multiplied by the adopted average ratio 
of four inhabitants to one name, (which properly occurs in a Directory,) gives us 
an inhabitance of 44,596 — not so large in numbers but more truthful, in fact, than 
that given by Edwards & Boyd in their famous opposition Directory of December 
last, in which they give as the whole number of names to be 15,500, but by an 
actual count we find, including all names, to be 13,454, a little mistake of 2,046, 
which, added to the number of names of firms, corporations, institutions, etc., which 
we do not count, would leave a remainder of about 10,000 as the actual number of 
different names given in their book. 

The number of names of business men have largely increased. There has 
been built several large business houses on Meridian and Washington streets, 
together with several manufacturing establishments, among which is an extensive 
Rolling Mill being built by the " White River Iron Co.," which is nearly completed, 
also a Saw Works, by Messrs. Farley & Sinker, a Sash, Door and Blind Factory 
controlled by an association of carpenters and builders, a Planing Mill built and 
run by another association of builders and lumber dealers, among numerous other 
establishments, added to a large number of fine residences, public and State 
buildings. 

The following is a brief historical sketch of the early history of Indianapolis 
from its earliest inhabitants, with only an allusion to a few items of historical im- 
portance in its unbounded progress up to the present time: 



BRIEF HISTORICAL SKETCH OF INDIANAPOLIS. 

Indianapolis, the capital of Indiana, is situated upon a beautiful plain, on the 
east bank of the west fork of White river, in north latitude 30° 55'', west longitude 
86° y. It is two miles north-west of the geographical center of the State, and one 
mile south of the center of Marion county, of which it is the county seat. The 
plain upon which it stands extends for miles in all directions, and was formerly 
covered with a deep fertile loam ; the subsoil is a compact clay, resting upon deep 
beds of drift, gravel and sand. Until 1818, the central part of the State was an 
unbroken wilderness, inhabited by the Delaware, Miami and Shawnee Indians. The 



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whole country was covered with a dense growth of heavy timber ; the city site was 
overgrown with a dense thicket of prickly ash and spicewood. This spice brush 
often served the early settlers in lieu of the fine Chinese and Japanese teas at 
present furnished by Messrs. Lee, Senour and Rohrer. The Indians were much at- 
tached to this region, because of the abundance of fish in its streams and game in 
its forests, and they very reluctantly yielded its possession, by a treaty at St. Mary's, 
Ohio, on the 2d of October, 1818, covenanting to deliver possession in 1821. This 
region was afterwards designated as "The New Purchase." Its reported fertility 
and beauty greatly attracted the frontiersmen, who, without waiting for possession, 
according to treaty stipulations, immediately entered the couatrj'', and made settle- 
ments at various points. The honor of being the "first settler" of the present city 
of Indianapolis is due to John Pogue, who cam© from Whitewater, and settled here 
on the 2d day of March, 1819. His cabin stood by a large spring, close to the east 
bank of "Pogue's Run," near the present residence of W.P. Noble, Esq. 

In the latter part of March, ,and in April and May of 1820, a number of fron- 
tiersmen arrived, and at the end of the latter month there were fifteen families on the 
donation. Among them were Messrs. Davis, Bainhill, Corbley, Harding, Van 
Blaricum and Wilson. By an act of Congress, April 19Lh, 1816, authorizing the for- 
mation of a State government, a donation of four sections of unsold public lands was 
made to the State for the location of a permanent seat of government, giving choice 
of selection, and on the 7th of June, 1820, the location of the four sections was made, 
resulting in that of the present site. The joint corner where the four sections meet 
is situated on Pearl street, about ten feet west and five feet south of the south-east 
corner of the lot on which the Palmer House stands. The progress of the town from 
this date up to 1830 was gradual, averaging a population of about 1,100 souls, which 
increased very slowly until 1840, when its population amounted to nearly 4,000, 
and in 1850 to 8,000, in 1855 to 12,000, in 1860 to 18,000, in 1865 to 35,000, in 1866 
to 40,000, in 1867 to 44,500, which, taken together, shows a fair average increase 
for upwards of forty-five years, resulting at present in the production of the me- 
tropolis of the State of Indiana, as well as the capital city, with at least one-third 
greater population than any other city in the State, and competing successfully 
with other commercial cities in the west. The immense influx of population tliat 
existed during the war, has now entirely removed, and the present estimate is that 
of permanent resident population. 

We lay the present book before our patrons, believing that our efforts to pro- 
duce a Directory of Indianapolis worthy the reputation of the capital city of In- 
diana, will be appreciated by those who have stood by us, and their own interests, 
notwithstanding the attempt, some months since, by a firm under the name and 
style of Edwards & Boyd, of Chicago, St. Louis, Louisville, Nashville, Milwaukee, 
Philadelphia, Washington City, D. C, and as many more different cities, a/evj of 
which they have attempted to publish, but never with the second edition have they 
given satisfaction, as their last edition of this city fully proves. We promise our 
friends, and every patron of this book, in our future annual editions, as in this, an 
honest and faithful record of their names, business and interests, hoping thereby to 
merit and receive their liberal and undivided patronage from year to year, as we 
shall publish a Directory of the city annually, which, hereafter, will be delivered 
about the first of July. We shall in the future follow the practice we have adopted 
in this, of giving to subscribers an extra prominence of their names in the alpha- 



xviii ' INTRODUCTORY. 



betical list of citizens, without additional charge, and to those who desire to become 
regular patrons, who will come to the ofi&ce and order, we will furnish them a book 
annually for half a dollar less than retail price, if orde'^ed previous to taking the 
canvass. 

To the advertising patrons of this book we return our best wishes; having done 
for each as we obligated ourselves to do, we feel satisfied that the benefit which will 
inevitably accrue to each will richly repay them many times its cost, by an increase 
of trade ; and we trust that by our efforts in endeavoring to please our patrons and 
the public, to share a larger advertising patronage in our nest issue. Those who 
are not subscribers to our book will have a limited opportunity of securing a copy 
by calling in person at our office. 

To the Press and obliging friends we tender our warmest thanks for their as- 
sistance, respect and kindness shown our agents in the canvass, and patience in 
the short delay of the publication of this, our first volume of the Indianapolis City 
Directory. THE PUBLISHERS. 

Indianapolis, July, 1867. 



GENERAL INDEX. 



PAGE. 

A.BBREY1ATI0NS :.,,.... 1 

ALPHABETICAL LIST OF CITIZEIS'S 1 

ADVERTISING DEPAETMENT— 

Every fourth page following 2 

BUSINESS DIIIECT0RT.........0 263 

AGENTS— 

Advertising ............. 263 

Collecting .» ,-........, 263 

Fire Insurance 263 

Horse Insurance. .,,,.*...,... 263 

House and Land..... 263 

Life Insurance......... , 264 

Eailroads , 264 

Real Estate. 264 

War Claim and Pension 264 

AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. 265 

ALE, PORTER AND CIDER.... 265 

AMUSEMENTS 265 

APOTHECARIES 265 

ARCHITECTS. 265 

ARTIFICIAL LIMBS......... 265 

AUCTION AND COMMISSION. 265 

ASYLUMS AND HOSPITALS. 265 

AWNINGS 266 

BAKERS.,. 266 

BANDS...... 266 

BANKS AND BANKERS 266 

BANK VAULTS AND SAFE LOCK MANUFR. 26T 

BATH HOUSES 267 

BARBERS. 267 

BEER HALLS AND GARDENS... 267 

BELL HANGERS..-. ,. 267 

BELTING AND HOSE........... 267 

BILLIARD SALOONS , 267 

BLACKING MANUFACTURERS & DEALERS. 267 

BLACKSMITHS 267 

BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS 268 

BOARDING HOUSES 268 

BOILER-MAKERS........... 268 

BOLTING CLOTHS 268 

BOOK BINDERS. ,,.o... 268 

BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS 268 

BOOTS AND SHOES— 

Wholesafe .,..,. 269 

Retail.... ,... .,_ 269 

Makers and Repairers. 269 

BOTTLERS— ALE AND PORTER. ........... . 269 

BOWLING SALOONS...... 269 

BRASS FOUNDERS ,.'. 271 

BRASS IMPLEMENTS— MANUFACTURERS... 271 
BREWERS AND ALE DEALERS 271 



PAGE. 

BRICK-MAKEBS ...... .■..■. 271 

BROKERS— 

Commercial 271 

Insurance.... 271 

Money 271 

Real Estate. 271 

BROOM MANUFACTURERS 271 

BRUSH MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS.. 271 

BURNING FLUIDS 271 

CABINET-MAKERS 272 

CANCER PHYSICIANS 272 

CANDY MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS.. 272 

CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS... 272 

CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, &c 272 

CARRIAGE MANUFACTURERS 272 

CARRIAGE TRIMMINGS ..,,....«* 272 

CARRIAGE A]^D WAGON STOCK..... 272 

CEMETERIES - 272 

CHAIR FACTORIES 273 

CHEMISTS. '. 273 

CHILDREN'S FURNISHLNG GOODS 273 

CHINA, GLASS AND QUEENSWARE— 

Wholesale , . . 373 

Retail ,..,,.,.,,,,. 273 

CHRONOMETERS ,.,.,,,.,.,,, 273 

CHURCHES ,. ^. 273 

CIGAR MANUFACTURERS ...,., §74 

CIGARS AND TOBACCO— 

Wholesale 6, 274 

Retail 2i74 

CISTERN BUILDERS 274 

CLOAKS, MANTILLAS, &c , 2T4 

CLOCK WAREROOMS .........,,,,, ^% 

CLOTHING— 

Wholesale ,. . 274 

Retail 274 

CLOTHS, CASSIMERES AND- TESTINGS.... 275 

COAL DEALERS..... ......,...>.. 275 

COFFEE AND SPICE MILLS. ..'..... ...- 2'r5 

COFFIN WAREROOMS 275 

COLLEGES. 275 

COMMISSIONERS OF DEEDS.. 275 

COMM^SIONERS, UNITED STATES 275 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS ...,.,,,. 975 

CONFECTIONERS— 

Wholesale . . 275 

CONFECTIONERY AND FRUIT STORES.... 276 

CONSTABLES ,..,., 276 

CONTRACTORS 276 

CONVEYANCERS 276 

COOPERS...... 27,6 



XX 



GENERAL INDEX. 



PAGE. 

DENTISTS 2T6 

DENTISTS' MATERIALS 2T6 

DISTILLEES ••• 276 

DRESS-MAKERS 2*76 

DRESS TRIMMINGS 277 

DRUGGISTS- 

Wholesale 277 

DRUGS AND MEDICINES— 

Retail ••.. 277 

DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS — 

Wholesale 277 

Retail. 277 

DYERS AND SCOURERS 277 

EATING HOUSES 277 

EDGE TOOL MANUFACTURERS 278 

ELEVATORS 278 

EMBROIDERIES, LACE, &c 278 

ENGINES— PORTABLE AND STATIONARY.. 278 
ENGRAVERS— 

Silver and Plated-ware 278 

Wood and Copper 278 

EXPRESS COMPANIES 278 

FANCY GOODS— 

Wholesale 278 

Retail 278 

FARM MACHINERY 278 

FEATHERS, BEESWAX, &c 278 

FEED, AUCTION AND SALE STABLES .... 278 

FIRE BRICK AND TILE 279 

FIREWORKS 279 

FISH DEALERS 279 

FISHING TACKLE 279 

FLORISTS 279 

FLOUR AND FEED STORES 279 

FLOURING MILLS 279 

FOUNDEEIES 279 

FRUIT DEALERS 279 

FREIGHT LINES. c 279 

FUR DEALERS 279 

FURNACES AND RANGES 27« 

FURNISHING GOODS— 

Gents' 280 

Ladies' and Children 280 

FURNITURE— 

Manufacturers 280 

Dealers 280 

GAS FIXTURES AND FITTERS 280 

GLUE MANUFACTURERS 280 

GRAIN DEALERS 280 

GRATES AND MANTLES ,. 280 

GRAVEL ROOFERS 281 

GROCERS— 

Wholesale ....,...., 281 

Retail 281 

GUNSMITHS AND AMMUN^TION DEALERS. 283 

HAIRDRESSERS 283 

HAND LOOMS 283 

HARDWARE AND CUTLERY— 

"V^Tiolesale 283 

Retail 283 

HARDWARE— HE AV~i', 283 



PAQE. 

HARNESS AND SADDLE-MAKERS 283 

HARNESS TRIMMINGS 283 

HATS, CAPS AND FURS— 

Wholesale 283: 

Retail 283 

HAT MANUFACTURERS 283 

HIDES, LEATHER AND OIL.. 284 

HOOP SKIRT MANUFACTURERS 284 

HORSE POWERS 284 

HORSE SHOERS 284 

HORSE COLLAR MANUFACTURERS 284 

HOSIERY, GLOVES AND WHITE GOODS... 284 

HOTELS 284 

HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS— 

Wholesale 284 

Retail 285 

HUBS, SPOKES AND FELLOES 285 

ICECREAM SALOONS 285 

ICE DEALERS 285 

INSTRUMENTS— 

Mathematical and Philosophical 285 

Optical 285 

Surgical and Dental 285^ 

INSURANCE COMPANIES— 

Fire 285 

Horse 287 

Life 287 

IRON FENCES, RAILINGS, &c 288 

IRON AND STEEL WAREHOUSES. 288 

IRON FOUNDERS 288 

JAPANNED WARE— 

Wholesale 288 

Retail 288 

JEWELRY, SELVERWARE, &c 289 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 289 

KEROSENE LAMPS, OILS AND TRIMMINGS. 289 

KNITTING MACHINES AND YARNS 289 

LADIES' FURNISHING GOODS 289 

LAMPS, CHANDELIERS, &c 289 

LAUNDRIES 289 

LAWYERS 289 

LEAD PIPE 291 

LEATHER AND SHOE FINDINGS 291 

LIGHTNINX3^ ROD MANUFACTURERS 291 

LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER AND HAIR 291 

LINENS— IRISH 291 

LIQUOR DEALERS.. 291 

LITHOGRAPHERS 291 

LIVERY AED SALE STABLES .291 

LOAN OFFICES 292 

LOCKSMITHS. 292 

LUMBER MERCHANTS " • • • 292 

MACHINE DRAUGHTSMAN. 292 

MACHINISTS 292 

MALT HOUSES 292 

MAP PUBLISHERS 292 

MARBLE YARDS 292 

MATHEMATICAL AND PHILOSOPHICAL 

INSTRUMENTS 292 

MEAT MARKETS 292 

MEDICINES 2.93 



GENERAL INDEX. 



XXI 



PAGE. 

MIDWIVES 293 

MILITARY AGENCY 293 

MILLWRIGHTS' AND MILL FURNISHING 

SUPPLIES 293 

MILLINERS 293 

MILLINERY AND STRAW GOODS— 

Wholesale 293 

Retail 293 

MOULDING AND FRAMES 293 

MOWERS AND REAPERS. 295 

MUNICIPAL RECORD 311 

MUSICAL MERCHANDISE 295 

MUSIC PUBLISHERS 295 

MUSIC TEACHERS 295 

NEWS DEPOTS 295 

NEWSPAPERS .. 295 

NOTARIES PUBLIC...- 295 

NOTIONS AND FANCY GOODS 296 

NURSERYMEN AND FLORISTS 296 

OCULISTS AND AURISTS 296 

OIL MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS— 

Coal 296 

Linseed and Lard 296 

Lubricating and Petroleum 296 

OPTICIAN 296 

ORGANS 296 

OYSTER DEALERS 296 

OYSTER SALOONS 296 

PACKERS, BEEF AND PORK 296 

PACKING BOX MANUFACTURERS 297 

PAINTERS— 

House, Sign and Ornamental 297 

Portrait and Photograph 297 

PAINTERS' SUPPLIES 297 

PAPER— 

Bags 297 

Box Manufacturers 297 

Dealers 297 

Hangings 297 

Mills 297 

PATENT RIGHTS— 

Agents and Solicitors 297 

Dealers 297 

PHOTOGRAPHIC- 

Galleries 297 

Stock and Artists' Materials 299 

PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 299 

PIANO FORTE— 

Manufacturers 299 

Warerooms 299 

PICTURES AND FRAMES 299 

PLANING MILLS 300 

PLASTERERS' ORNAMENTAL SUPPLIES... 300 

PLASTER, FIRE BRICK AND CLAY 300 

PLATERS 300 

PLUMBERS 300 

PUBLIC HALLS, BLOCKS AND BUILDINGS. 262 

PUBLISHERS 300 

PORTRAIT PAINTERS 300 

PRINTERS 300 

PUMP-MAKERS.. 301 



PAGE. 

QUEENSWARE 30I 

RAGS 301 

RAILROAD DEPARTMENT 343 

RAILROAD FREIGHT DEPOTS 301 

RAILROAD OFFICES 301 

RANGES AND HOT-AIR FURNACES 301 

READING ROOMS 30I 

REAL ESTATE DEALERS 301 

REAPERS AND MOWERS 301 

RECTIFIERS 301 

RESTAURANTS 301 

ROOFERS— 

Tin and Composition. 302 

ROLLING MILLS 302 

SADDLERY HARDWARE 302 

SADDLE AND HARNESS-MAKERS 302 

SAFES.. 302 

SALOONS 302 

SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS 303 

SAW FILERS 303 

SAW MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS... 303 

SAW MILLS 303 

SCALES AND BALANCES 304 

SCHOOLS 304 

SCHOOL BOOKS 304 

SECOND HAND STORES 304 

SEED STORES 304 

SEWING MACHINES 304 

SHIRT MANUFACTURERS 304 

SHOW CASE MANUFACTURERS 304 

SILVERWARE AND PLATED GOODS 304 

SMOKERS' EMPORIUMS 304 

SOAP AND CANDLE MANUFACTURERS.... 304 

SODA WATER MANUFACTURERS 304 

SPOKE, HUB AND FELLOE MANUFAC- 
TURERS 305 

SPORTING APPARATUS 305 

STAIR BUILDERS 305 

STAMPING AND EMBROIDERY 305 

STEAM AND GAS PIPE FITTERS 305 

STENCIL AND STAMP CUTTERS 305 

STEREOTYPERS 305 

STOCK DEALERS 305 

STONEWARE DEALERS 305 

STONE YARDS 305 

STOVE MANUFACTURERS 305 

STOVES, TIN AND HOLLOW WARE 305 

STRAW GOODS— 

Wholesale 305 

Retail 306 

STREET RAILWAYS 306 

STREETS, AVENUES AND ALLEYS 257 

SURVEYORS.. 306 

TAILORS-MERCHANT 306 

TAILORS' TRIMMINGS 306 

TANNERS AND CURRIERS 306 

TEA DEALERS— 

Wholesale 306 

Retail 306 

TELEGRAPH OFFICES 307 

TERRACOTTA WORKS 307 

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xxn 



GENERAL INDEX. 



PAGE, 

THEATERS 30t 

TINNERS' STOCK AND TOOLS 307 

TOBACCONISTS— 

Wholesale SOY 

Retail 307 

TOY AND VARIETY STORES 307 

TRUNKS, TRAVELING BAGS, VALISES, &c. 307 

TRUSSES AND SHOULDER BRACES 307 

TURNERS 307 

UMBRELLAS, PARASOLS, &c 307 

UNDERTAKERS 307 

UPHOLSTERERS 307 

VARIETY STORES AND NOTIONS. 309 

VARNISH MANUFACTURER AND DEALER. 309 

VENITIAN BLIND MANUFACTURER 309 

VETERINARY SURGEONS 309 

VINEGAR MANUFACTURERS 309 



PAGE. 

WAGON MAKERS 309 

WAGON AND CARRIAGE STOCK 309 

WALL PAPER AND WINDOW SHADES.... 309 

WASHING MACHINES 309 

WATCHES, JEWELRY AND SILVERWARE. 309 
WATER COOLERS, FILTERS & ICE CLOSETS 309 

WIG AND TOUPEE MANUFACTURERS 309 

WINDOW GLASS, PUTTY, &o 309 

WINDOW SHADES, CURTAINS & PAPER.. 310 
WINES AND LIQUORS— 

Wholesale 310 

Retail 310 

WOOD YARDS 310 

WOODEN AND WILLOW WARE 310 

WOOLEN MACHINERY AND SUPPLIES.... 310 

WOOLEN MILLS 310 

YANKEE NOTIONS 310 



E. R. PHIPPS. 



W. H. CRAFT. 



C. R PHIPPS. 



CRAFT & PHIPPS, 



DEALERS IN 



Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Diamonds 

SILVER- WARE, PLATED-WARE, Etc., Etc. 

No. 14 NORTH PENNSYLVANIA ST. 



INDIANAFOLIS. 



Particular attention given to Repairing. ALL WORK WARRANTED to give satisfaction. 



DR. U. T. WOODBURY, 

ID E nsr T I s T_ 

Office: 39 J West Washington St., next to Palmer House, 

(Removed from 30 North Mississippi St.) 

RESIDENCE: 44 NORTH MISSISSIPPI STREET, INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA. 



Special attention given to fitting in Artificial Teeth, in the highest style of the art, on Vulcanite base, 

at reduced prices, viz : Single Tooth, 1^5.00 ; $1.50 each additional to eight ; full Upper Set, 

$18.00; full Mouth Denture, $35.00. Extracting on an improved plan. Filling and 

Preserving the Natural Teeth, and treating Disease of the same, all at 

prices to suit the times. Satisfaction guaranteed. Call and see. 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS, 



PAGE. 

ABROMET ADOLPH, Insurance 4 

ADAMS EXPRESS CO 50 

^TNA FIRE INSURANCE CO 4 

ALLENTOWN LINE, Fast Freight 356 

AMERICAN EXPRESS CO 138 

AMERICAN LEG AND ARM CO 42 

ASHER & ADAMS, Publishers 186 

AVENUE HOUSE, Richmond, Ind 10 

BALTIMORE & OHIO R. R 349 

BAMBERGER H., Hats and Caps.. corner cards 

BARKER B. E., Capital Tobacco Works ii 

BARTHOLOMEW P. W., Life Insurance. . . 26 

BELLEFONTAINE R. R. CO 345 

BERKSHIRE LIFE INSURANCE CO 26 

BINKLEY & PERRINE, Trunks 294 

BLAIR D. W. MRS., Ladies' Fashion Ba- 
zaar 14 

BOWEN, STEWART & CO 46 

BRINKMEYER J. C. & CO., Wholesale 

Liquor 54 

BROWNING & SLOAN corner cards 

BUILDERS' & MANUFACTURERS' AS- 
SOCIATION 170 

BUTSCH VALENTINE, Theater 190 

BUTTERFIELD J., American and United 

States Express Co.'s 138 

BUTTERFIELD C. S. & CO., Ale 270 

CABINET-MAKER'S UNION viii 

CAPITAL RESTAURANT corner cards 

OARR R. S. & J. M., Saddles, Harness, etc.. 170 

CARTER DAVID E., Physician 10 

CHASE D. H., Boots and Shoes corner cards 

CHICAGO & GREAT EASTERN RAILWAY 348 

CINCINNATI HOME INS. Co 34 

CINCINNATI & INDIANAPOLIS JUNC- 
TION R. R 347 

CINCINNATI, RICHMOND & CHICAGO 

R. R 343 

CITY L A UNDRY corner cards and 2 

CITY HOTEL, Chicago, 111.. vii 

COCHRANE THOMAS M., Grover & Baker's 

Sewing Machines iv 

COLUMBUS & INDIANAPOLIS RAILWAY 344 

COMMERCIAL 106 

CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE INSUR- 
ANCE CO , 74andl54 

CONNELLY, WILES & CO., Wholesale Gro- 
cers.... 46 

CRAFT & PHIPPS, Jewelers xxii 

CUMMINGS E., Supt. Merchants' Dispatch. . 146 

DAILY H. & CO., Wholesale Druggists 46 

DAVIS JOSEPH W„ Brass Founder 178 



PAGE. 

DESSAR, BRO. & CO., Wholesale Clothiers, 46 

DUTTON H. R., Life Insurance 74 and 154 

DYNES L. G. & CO., Commercial 106 

DYNES & GOODWIN, Good Templar 98 

EARL G. G., Agt. Merchants' Dispatch 146 

ECONOMICAL MUTUAL LIFE INS. CO., 

ofR.I 82 

EDEN CHARLTON, Planing Mill 170 

ENTERPRISE INS. CO., of Cincinnati 182 

EQUITABLE FIRE INS. CO 78 

ERIE RAILWAY 352 

EWALD H. & CO., Horse Shoers 174 

FAWKNER J. E., Coal and Lime 22 

FOWLER W. S. & CO., Grocers 242 

FRANKLIN W. H., Barber 114 

FRANKLIN LIFE INS. CO i 

FURNAS JOHN & CO ., Dry Goods 42 

GLENN W. & H., Dry Goods 

back of book 

GOOD TEMPLAR 98 

GRAY S. F., Agt. Fast Freight Lines 356 

GREEN J. C. & CO., Drugs 30 

GROVER & BAKER, Sewing Machine Co.. iv 
HANNING, RAMSEY & CO., Gas Fitters.. 162 

HARPER'S WEEKLY 6 

HART & MATHEWS, Builders 174 

HASKIT W. I. & CO., Druggists... corner cards 

HEISKELL W. L., Dentist 10 

HERALD, Daily and Weekly 308 

HERETH J. C. & BRO., Saddle and Harness xii 
HESS CHARLES, Normal Academy of Music 110 

HILL & CARTER, Barbers 114 

HITCHENS JOHN, Horse Shoer 58 

HOME FIRE INS. CO., of Indianapolis.... x 

HOME INS. CO., of New Haven 14 

HOOP-SKIRT MANUFACTORY 290 

HUNT CHARLES C, Cigars and Tobacco... 58 
HUTCHINSON E. A. & CO., Hardware Im- 
porters V 

INDIANA DIRECTORY OFFICE xiii 

INDIANA NORMAL ACADBBIY OF MU- 
SIC 110 

INDIANA STATE CONMERCIAL AND 

ADVOCATE 166 

INDIANAPOLIS, C. & L. R. R 346 

INDIANAPOLIS CITY BAND 186 

INDIANAPOLIS HERALD 308 

ISKE WILLIAM, Lion Garden 58 

JEFFERSONVILL, MADISON AND INDI- 
ANAPOLIS R. R 355 

JONES E. B. & CO., Platers 78 

KERN L. & J., Soda Water 54 



XXIV 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



KILGOTIE & HELMS, Di-iilistH 

KIJMBALL EBEN W., L.ivvyc r 

KIKOIINER & DAVIS, liile lubUiMiic 
KNIGHT & LLOYJ), PainKis 



PAGK. 

.. 54 

.. G6 

.. 82 

.. 70 



LADIES' FASHION BAZAAR 14 

LAKE SHORE R. R. LINE '^o] 

LEURIllTTER C. & CO., Restaurant 

collier cards 

LENOX EDWARD, MeiclKUi! T;,il.)r 205 

LOGAN, BROWN & SIPE, Lawyers 130 

LONG, SNYJ)K1{ & CO., Malt Dealers ()6 

LOUISVILLK HOTEL, Loniisville, Ky ir-S 

LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE AND MEM- 
PHIS & LOi;rSVILLE R. R. LINE.. 354 

LOWE & NICHOL, Lawyers x 

LUDLOW JOHN, Meat Market 178 

McCREERY & FAY, Queen^ware. ...38 and 150 

MAIIORNEY J. T., Hair- work 70 

MARTIN BE RNIIARD, Confectioner 22 

MARTIN & HOI'KINS, Life Insurance 298 

]MARTIN, HOJMvINS &. FOLLETT, Insur- 
ance 298 

MAYER .1. & BRO., Clothing 70 

MEARS H. B., Varnishes, etc 28 

JIKRCHANTS' DISPATCH 140 

METROPOLITAN THEATER 190 

METZGER ALEXANDER, Real Estate 22 

MI LENDER & CLANCEY, Painters 242 

MILLER ADAM R., Pbotograplier 130 

MOORE C. G., Sign Painter G 

MORTON, MARTINDALE & TARKING- 

TON, Lawyers 90 

NATIONAL LIVERY AND SALE STABLE, 62 

NEW YORK CENTRAL R. R 353 

NEW YORK LIFE INS. CO 

between pages 2lGand 217 

NORMAL ACADEMY OF MUSIC 110 

NORTH-WESTERN MUTUAL LIFE INS, 

CO., of Wisconsiu 298 

OATMAN M. J., Singer Sewing Machines... vi 

OHR JOHN H., Adams Express Co 50 

OLIVER D. H., Physician and Surgeon 86 

OSGOOD J. B., Paints, Oils, etc 90 

OVER E. & CO., Iron and Steel 86 

PAN-HANDLE RAILWAY LINE 350 

PEARSON & BANNING, House of Lords.. 

corner cards 

PERRIN & STANTON, Lawyers 178 

PHILLIPS HOUSE, Dayton, 0., 102 

PURDY'S COMMERCIAL COLLEGE 142 

PUESELL A. E., Dentist 86 

EAILEOAD DEPARTMENT, following 

Municipal Record 343 



paok. 

REED A. & CO., Soda Water 6fi 

RE lOD S. A. MRS., Confectionery 14 

REYER & THOMS, Sadddles and HarnesH, 122 
REV VOLDX & IIOLLl DAY, Lamps, Oils, ct<;. XG 

RIGGS JOHN, Meat Market 114 

IMKHOKl*^ & PRO., Wliolesale Liquors 90 

ROSEBROOCK FRED., Groceries 58 

ROSE J. N., Boots Itnd Shoos 333 

ROSS J. H. Coal 2!t4 

ROUT & BATES, Grocers 18 

ST. JAMES HOTEL, Cincinnati, 0, 

corner cards and 158 
SCHMEDEL & FRICKER, Brush Manfac- 

1 urers 339 

SHARE GEORGE K, & CO., Saddlery Hard- 
ware, etc 70 

SHARPE A. W., ToI)acconist 14 

SHERMAN HOUSE 178 

SHOVKR & CHRISTIAN, Builders 134 

SIEltSDORFER LOUIS, Bools and Shoes.. . 130 

SINGER MANUFACTURING CO.. 

front fly-leaf vi 

SINKER & CO., Machine Works 237 

SMITH W.M. L., Oysters and Fruil 242 

SM nil MEYER & ENOS, Architects 22 

SMOCK & BRO., Auctioneers 18 

SI'AIILDING J. L., City Laundry 2 

SPIEGEL, THOMS & CO iii 

SPONStL CONRAD, Saloon 114 

SPRINGER M. B., Founder 18 

STAR UNION LINE AND UNION R. R. 

TRANSPORTATION CO 350 

STARK GUSTAVLS, Cabinet-Maker's Union viii 
STAWITZ CHRISTIAN, Insurance.. .14 and 30 

SWANK MT>SES, Cancer Doctor 118 

TAGGART SAMUEL, Millwright 126 

TERRE HAUTE & INDIANAPOLIS R. R. 357 

TIDD E. B. & BRO., Insurance 34 

TODD R. N., Physician 86 

TUTEWILER BROS., Stoves, Tinware, etc.. 214 

UNDERWRITERS' AGENCY 30 

UNION INSURANCE CO corner cards 

UNITED STATES EXPRKSS CO 138 

UNITED STATES HOTEL, Louisville, Ky. . G 

VALENTINE W. H., Hoop-Sklrts 290 

WALL CHARLES E., Oculist xi 

WEAVER W^M, W., Undertaker ix 

WEBB HOUSE 174 

WERBE CHARLES & CO., Patent Solicitors, 18 

WILKINSON & CO., Stationers 94 

WOOD WBI. E., National Livery Stable.... G2 
WOODBRIDGE JOHN & CO., Queensware.. 42 

WOODBURY U, T., Dentist ^..xxii 

ZIMMERMAN C, Slate and Metal Roofer.': . ix 




LOGAN'S ANNUAL 



INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY 



1 ® o 



ABBREVIATIONS USED IN THIS BOOK. 



agt.. 
asst. 



agent. 

. . . assistant. 

av avenue. 

bet between. 

bds boards. 

bldg. building. 

blk block. 

com. mer . . . commission 

merchant, 
(col) colored. 



cor corner. 

e east. 

e. s east side. 

Ind Indiana. 

lab laborer. 

manfs. ..manufacturers. 

n north. 

n. e north-east. 

n. s ..north side. 

n. w north-west. 



opp... 

P.O.. 

prest. 
propr. 

rd 

res. . . 
E.E.. 
Ry... 
(Rev) 



. ..opposite. 
.post-ofBce. 
..president, 
.proprietor. 

road. 

. residence. 
. ..railroad. 
. . . railway. 
. .reverend. 



s south. 

s. e south-east. 

s. s south side. 

s. w south-west. 

secy secretary. 

supt. . . .superintendent. 

treas treasurer. 

w west. 

w. s west side. 

(wid) widow. 



The Classified Business Directory will be found immediately following the Alphabetical List of Citizens. 

For full Index to Contents of this Book, see preceding pages. Names inserted in Capital 

Letters are those of subscribers and advertising patrons to this book. 



ABBETT CHARLES H., (L. & C. H. 
Abbett,) 35 Virginia av., res. same. 

Abbett .James M., tinner, 158 Meridian, 
res. 476 s. Illinois, 

Abbett John B., agent American Life 
Insurance Co., res. 1G4 Virginia av. 

Abbett John D., propr. Temple of Art, 
36^- e. Washington, res. 35 Virginia 
av. 

ABBETT L. & C. H., 

(Lawson A. & Chas. H. A.,) physi- 
cians and surgeons, 35 Virginia av. 

Abbett Lawson, (L, & C. H. Abbett,) 35 
Virginia av., res. same. 

Abbett Wesley, (col.,) lab., res. 116 
Ash. 

Abbott Dudley H,, musician, bds. 263 s, 
. Meridian. 

Abbott William, tinner, bds. 476 s. Illi- 
nois. 

Abbot William A., (.L W. Adams & Co.,) 
49 and 53 w. Washington, res. 35 
Virginia av. 

Abel Charles, beer driver, Schmidt, res. 
62 Wyoming. 

Abisher Aurilla, inmate Deaf and Dumb 
Asylum, res. Rockport, Spencer co., 
Ind. 



Abisha Ladosha A., inmate Deaf and 
Dumb Asylum, res. Rockport, Spen- 
cer CO., Ind. 

Abker Henry, cabinet-maker, Cabinet- 
maker's Union, bds. 185 e. Washing- 
ton. 

Abker William, cabinet-maker, Cabinet- 
maker's Union, bds. 485 e. Wash- 
ington. 

Aborn Orin, physician, office 68^ e. Mar- 
ket, res. n. w. cor. Cherry and 
Broadway. 

Abrams John, book-keeper, 78 e. Wash- 
ington, res. 129 n. Noble. 

Abrams William, journeyman carpenter, 
res. 419 n. East. 

Abrims Milton, engineer, Indianapolis 
Journal Co., bds. s. e. cor. Missis- 
sippi and Maryland. 

ABROMET ADOLPH, 

Agent jEtna Insurance Co., of Hart- 
ford, Conn,, office ^tna Building, 
Pennsylvania, near p. o., res. 353 s. 
Delaware. See card, after page 4. 

Achas Frederick, lab., res. 130 n. Noble. 

Achey Henry Mrs., res. 17 Kentucky av. 

Achey James, res. 17 Kentucky av. 

Achey John, res. 17 Kentucky av. 



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LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 



^ V J. L. SPAULDING, Proprietor, ^ J^ 

No. 22 SOUTH NEW JERSEY STREET, 

OPPOSITE little's HOTEL, 

INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA 

J8S=-P0ST-0FFICE BOX, 543.-©ft 

Parcels Called for and Delivered to any part of the Ci y, 



This Establishment has the latest improvements in AVashing and Drying Apparatus, 
and is prepared to do every kind of 

WASHING ON SHORT NOTICE 

AND IN THE NEATEST MANNER. 



Particular Attention Griven to Fine Work, 

SUCH A3 

Ladies' Fancy Dresses & Underwear, Gents' Fine Shirts, &c. 



ITew Shirts Done Up for Manufacturers in the Best Style. 



We have Machinery for Washing CARPETS, QUILTS, BLANKETS, &c., in a thor- 
ough manner, without the least injury to the fabric. I am also Agent for 
the "Hydraulic" Clothes Washer, Wringer and Dryer. The "Hy- 
draulic" is conceded to be the best Washer in use, and 
the Dryer will dry wet clothes in from 8 to 
20 minutes, without discoloring. 

OEDEES SOLICITED AND PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 



Acht John, painter, res. 877 n. Missis- 
sippi. 

Achert George F., clerk, Asher & Ad- 
ams, bds. Pyle House, n. Meridian. 

Acres Thornton, plasterer, bds. 267 w. 
MerrilL 

Adam William, lab., res. 4G5 n. Alabama. 

Adams Alexander, boarding house, 268 
e. St. Clair. 

Adams Byron F., conductor street rail- 
road, bds. Neiman House. 

Adams Charles E., cooper, res. 3 98 Mi- 
nerva. 

Adams Charles S., tinner, bds. 83 e. 
McCarty. 

Adams Erin, (col.,) lab., res. 182 w. 
Georgia. 

ADAMS EXPRESS CO., 

12 e, Washington, John H. Ohr, 
agt. See card, page 50. 

Adams Charles A., conductor. Street Ry. 

Adams George F., lumber dealer, res. 
175 e. Market. 

Adams George H., (Asher & A.,) 76 e. 
Market, res. Minneapolis, Min. 

Adams George W,, res. 26 Iowa. 

Adams Harriet A., inmate Deaf and 
Dumb Asylum, res. Galveston, Cass 
CO. Ind. 

Adams Henry, deputy sheriff, res. 115 s. 
New Jersey. 

Adams Jesse C, (Adams & Son,) bds. 
346 n. New Jersey. 

Adams J. W. & Co., (John W. A. & Wil- 
liam A. Abbot,) boots and shoes, 49 
and 53 w. Washington. 

Adams John W., (J. W. A. & Co.,) 49 and 
53 w. Washington, res. 430 n. Illi- 
nois. 

Adams Lafayette W., (Hume, A. & Co.,) 
26 and 28 w. Washington, res. 165 
n. Alabama. 

Adams Levi, (Hume, A. & Co.,) res. 165 n. 
Alabama. 

Adams Levi P., cooper, res. 196 Minerva. 

Adams Nette M., bds. Mrs. Green's, 37 
Maple. 

Adams Peter, (col.,) porter, 33J s. Illi- 
nois. 

Adams Samuel, brick-maker, res. 297 n. 
Delaware. 

Adams Samuel, lawyer, room 3, over 45 
e. Washington, res. 297 n. Delaware. 

Adams Thomas, cooper, Burton's shop, 
res, 248 Blake. 

Adams Thomas H., cooper, Burton's shop, 
res. s. w. cor. Blake and Michigan. 

Adams Thomas J., salesman. Bee Hive, 2 
w. Washington, bds. 27 Kentucky 
av. 
Adams Wesly M., carpenter, res. 441 n, 

Mississippi. 
Adams William, plasterer, res. 7 Peru. 



McCBEEHY &o FAY, 



HOUSE-KEEPERS' EMPORIUM, 

56 and 58 East Washington Street. 

Furniture, Stoves, Queensware, Woodenware, &c, 
See pages 38 and 150. 



Adams AVilliam, res. n. side National 
road, w. White river bridge. 

Adolphus Aaron, salesman, Tyler s Bee 
Hive, 2 w. Washington, res. 364 n. 
New Jersey. 

Adisk Charles S., clerk, 40 s. Meridian, 
bds. 1 Fort Wayne av. 

Aeger John, journeyman painter, res. 390 
n. West. 

JETJSTA BUILDING, 

n. Pennsylvania, bet. Washington 
and Market, A. Abromet, agt., office 
room 1, same bldg. 

^TNA FIRE INS. CO., 

of Hartford, Conn., ^tna Building, 
n. Pennsylvania, bet. Washington 
and Market, A. Abromet agt. See 
card, following page 4. 

Afendinger Fanny Miss, servant, Hess' 
Academy of Music. 

Affantranger S. J., blacksmith shop, res. 
215 w. North. 

African Episcopal Church, e. side Broad- 
way, bet. Cherry and Christian av. 

African Methodist Church, n. side Mis- 
souri, bet. New York and Ohio, Mo- 
ses Brooks, pastor. 

Afterhyde Frederick, journeyman pain- 
ter, res. 277 Davidson. 

Afunk Andy, newspaper agt,, res. 277 s. 
New Jersey. 

Ahern Michael, works City Gas Works, 
res. 48 s, Alabama. 

Ahern Michael, lab., res. 264 s. Alabama. 

Ahern William, lab., res. on alley, bet. 
East and Liberty. 

Ahlbrand Ephriam, wagon-maker, 237 s, 
Delaware, bds. 240 s. Delaware. 

Ahlbrand William, blacksmith, bds. 240 
s. Delaware. 

Ahlrichs Ahlders, harness-maker, 224 e. 
Washington, bds. rear same. 

Ahrenz Henry, cabinet-maker, res. 415 
e. Washington. 

Aikins John B., res. cor. Tennessee and 
Third. 

Aikins Milton, teamster, bds. 131 Hu- 
ron. 

Aikman John B., (Roll, Kimble & A.,) 
123 s. Meridian, res. e. New York, 
bet. Delaware and Alabama. 



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COR. WASHINGTON and MERIDIAN STS. 
See Page 32. 



Aker Ellis L., carpenter, res. 9 Forest av. 

Akin Martha, (wid.) John, rea. 282 s. 
Missouri. 

Akin Daniel, varnisher, res. 42 Rose. 

Akin Lewis G., clerk, bds. cor. Ten- 
nessee and Third. 

Akin Louis G., salesman, 42 s. Meridian, 
res. cor. Jackson and Christian av. 

Akins Milton, teamster, bds. 131 Huron. 

Alexander Fannie, servant, 250 e. Ver- 
mont. 

Alexander George W., (G. W. A. & Co.,) 
room 5 Ilereth's blk., 20J n. Dela- 
ware. 

ALEXANDER G. W. & CO., 
real estate agts., room 5 Hcreth's 
blk., n. Delaware. 

Albert Ephriam, grocer, 72 Plum, res. 
same. 

Albert Lawson H., blacksmith, 29 s. 
Tennessee, res. 123 w. Market. 

Alberlsmear Daniel, lab., res. 172 Union. 

Albrecht George A., (Cabinet-maker's 
Union,) res. 182 n. Davidson. 

Albro Henry, foreman, Chandler & Tay- 
lor, res. 311 s. Delaware. 

Alcorn Sarah J., inmate Deaf and Dumb 
Asylum, res. Princeton, Gibson co., 
Ind. 

Alcorn Alvord, (E. B. Jones & Co.,) 8 e. 
Washington, res. 362 w. Vermont. 

Aldag August, shoe-maker, 175 e. Wash- 
ington, res. 581 e. Washington. 

ALDAG CHARLES, 

boots and shoes, 175 e. Washington, 
res. same, 

Aldag Lewis, shoe-maker, 175 e. Wash- 
ington, res. 78 n. Liberty. 

Aldridge Aaron, clerk, 173 w. Washing- 
ton, res. 212 w. Ohio. 

Aldred John, patent agt., res. 219 e. 
Washington. 

Aldrich Chauncey, journeyman carpen- 
ter, res. 425 e. St. Clair. 

Aldrich Franklin, (A. & Gay,) rea. 280 w. 
Market. 

Aldrich & Gay, (Franklin A. & Alfred 
G.,) wood yard, 230 w. Market. 

Aldrich James B., inmate Deaf and 
Dumb Asylum, res. Mount iEtna, 
Huntington co., Ind. 



Aldrich John D., journeyman carpenter, 
res. 244 n. Davidson. 

Alear Andrewj blacksmith, res. Kelley's 
addition. 

Alexander Albert W., student, commer- 
cial college. 

Alexander Alvira Mrs., (wid.) Archa- 
bald, res. 143 e. McCarty. 

Alexander Albert, (Holland & A.,) 395 
n. New Jersey, res. 268 s. St. Clair. 

Alexander Christina Mrs., res. National 
road, over White river bridge. 

Alexander George, (col.,) barber, res. 
125 n. Missouri. 

Alexander G. W., real estate agent, 20,^ 
n. Delaware. 

Alexander Joseph, carpenter, 36 Ken- 
tucky av., res. 173 Huron. 

Alexander Nort E., book-binder, Herald 
bldg., 16J e. Wasliington, bds. 182 s. 
New Jersey. 

ALFORD, TALBOT & CO., 

(Thomas G. A., Richard L. T., Wil- 
liam H. Morrison, John P. Patterson, 
& Joseph A. Moore,) wholesale gro- 
cers, 2 Morrison's Opera blk., s. 
Meridian. 

Alford Thomas G., (A. Talbot & Co.,) 2 
Morrison's blk., s. Meridian, res. 
175 n. Alabama. 

Alger Freeman, student, commercial col- 
lege. 

Algo Samuel, works Foster, Holloway & 
Co., res. 238 e. South. 

Alhand Francis M., fireman, C. & I. C. 
r. r,, bds. 57 Maple. 

Alkem Albert, street ry., bds. Railroad 
House. 

Alkire A. S., student, commercial col- 
lege. 

AUair Andrew, (A. & Stirk,) res. Clin- 
ton, bet. New Jersey and East. 

Allaire & Stirk, (Andrew A. & David P. 
S.,) blacksmiths, East, bet. Louisiana 
and South. 

Allaire James, (Perine & A.,) res. 95 
Jackson. 

Allaire James P., (Perine & A.,) bds. 293 
n, Alabama. 

Allaire Peter, brick-layer, res, 346 n. 
Winston. 

Allen Abner, (col.,) shoe-maker, bds. last 
house on Huron. 

Allen Archibald C, (Rev.,) res. 98 e. 
New York. 

Allen A. W., student, commercial col- 
lege. 

Allen Austein W., (Dow & A.,) res. 107 
n. Noble. 

Allen Charles H., clerk. Adjutant Gener- 
al's office, bds. 24 w. Georgia. 

Allen Ellen Miss, mantau-maker, bds. 
160 s. Noble. 







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LiaUlUies,' --------- 221,236.35 

Wet, $3,854 894.20 

Agencies in all the Principal Cities and Towns throughout the United States. 
Policies issued without delay. 

Loss by I^ortlmid JFire^ July 4th , 1866, 

The amount covered by iEtna Polici's on property destroyed or damaged was $206,854. 
Otir total loss will not vary umch from .$165,000, and was promptly afijusted and paid. This sum 
is 4 per cent., upon the Company's assets, an amount le-s than our Governn.ent and State taxes paid 
last year, or a proportion equal' to a $4,000 loss for a Company of $100,000 assetp. 

The necessity for insurance and the value <if wealthy, strong corporati<ins, is forcibly illustrated 
by this fire. Several weak fnsurance Companies are destroyed. Portland has a popiilation of 
35,000; — was handsomely built, mostly fine brick or stone structures — protected and screened by up- 
wards of 3,000 shade trees— bounded on three sides by water— Indeed, literally, almost rising from 
the ocean — and with a good steam fi'e department—yet it has $10,000,000 of property cous^uined 
in a few hours — upon a holiday when its people are least occnpied — from the very insignificant' cause 
of a contemptible fire cracker. . 

Remember the trifling origin of fires that sweep away in a few hours the earnings of years. Con- 
sider your best interests and give the J3tna Agent a call if you need proper Insurance securitj'. Pay 
a fair rate of premium for a good and genuine article, and with these lights and experiences before 
you, procure j'our Insurance with shrewd judgment. 



nd luliiiul Navif/afion Polkien Ts.sued at as favorable rates 
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Alleu Charles, (col.,) lab,, res. 22 Elm. 

Allen Edward, railroader^ res. 175 Doug- 
las alley. _ .. ' 

Allen Gregory, student, 'commercial col- 
lege. .- . * 

Allen Henry S., salesinan, Tyler's Bee 
Hive, 2 w. Washington, bds, Pyle 
House. 

Allen Henry, livery and sale stable, 25 
and 2? e. Pearl, res. 130 w. Ver- 
mont. 

Allen Jacob B., brick-mason, res. w. end 
Morris. 

Allen James, silversmith, bds. 101 n. 
Liberty. 

Allen James, lab., res. 281 n. Missis- 
sippi. 

Allen James S., printer, Chandler & Co., 
res. 281 n. Mississippi. 

Allen Joseph, (col.,) lab., res. 346 w. 
North. 

Allen N. N. Mrs., (Perrine & A.,) 3G^ e. 
Washington, bds. 17^ Virginia av. 

Allen Ottowa, student, commercial col- 
lege. , 

Allen Polly, (col.,) servant, Samuel Ad- 
ams, 292 n. Delaware. 

Allen Robert, machinist. Sinker & Co. 

Allen S. M., student, commercial college. 

Allen William, (Sinker & Co.,) res. 134 
Virginia av. 

Allen William, lab., Sinker's foundry, 
res. 134 Virginia av. 

Allentown Freight Line, 85 Virginia av,, 
Saro.uel F. Gray, agt. 

AUemann Felix, painter, res. 243 s, Mis- 
sissippi. 

Alley Ruth, student, Indiana Female 
College, cor. Meridian and New 
York. 

ALLINGTOH JOHN, 

general agt. Guardian Life Ins. Co,, 
of New York, for Indiana and Illi- 
nois, s. e. cor. Washington and Me- 
ridian, res. 162 n. Illinois. 

Allison Joseph, plasterer, res. 30 Fletch- 
er's av. 

ALLISON ROBERT C, 

grocer and produce dealer, cor. Vir- 
ginia av. and New Jersey, bds. 171 
s. New Jersey. 

Allison Thomas S., plasterer, res. 94 s. 
Liberty. 

ALRED GARRISON W., 

coroner and city sexton, res. 215 
s. West. 

Altlaud Hiram, clerk, A. Clem & Bro., 
res. St. Joseph, bet. Alabama and 
New Jersey. 

Altland Samuel, journeyman carpenter, 
res. 179 Spring. 

Altman Herman, saloon-keeper, n. w. 
cor. McCarty and Meridian. 



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ALloersmeier Henry, clerk, Hilgimier & 
Co,,, bds. 35 Wyoming. 

Alvey James IL, (Donaldson & A.,) 54 s. 
Meridian, res. 21 w. North. 

ALVORD EDWARD B., 

retired merchant, res. 334 n. Illinois. 

ALVORD ELIJAH S.. 

President Citizen's Street Ry., 140 
8. Illinois, res. 92 n, Pennsylvania. 

Alvord James C, Chamber of Commerce 
rooms, bds. s. w. cor. Pennsylvania 
and Ohio. 

Alvord Samuel, (Pee, Conduitt & Co.,) 
res. 83 e. Michigan. 

Amann Otto, engineer, res. 244 a. Dela- 
ware. 

Amberg Charles, machinist, res. 422 n. 
New Jersey. 

Ambrose Thomas, (col.,) barber, cor. 
Washington and Kentucky av. 

AMERICAN EXPRESS CO., 

J. Butterfield, agt., 34 e. Washing- 
ton. 

AMERICAN HORSE INS. CO., 
office in Vinton's blk., n. Pennsyl- 
vania, A. J. Davis, secy. 

AMERICAN LEG and ARM GO. 
237 e. Washington, A. Haywood, 
propr. See card, page 42. 

Amos Aquilla, gas-fitter, Coulter & White. 

Amos Isaac, gas-fitter, res. 497 n. Ala- 
bama. 

Amos James, spinner, Hoosier Woolen 
Factory, res. 27 Blake. 

Amos Thomas D., court baliff, res. 218 n. 
Davidson. 

Amos William, brick-layer, res. 124 e. 
St. Joseph. 

Ampy Nancy, (col.,) bds. 172 w. Georgia. 

Anacher John, carpenter, res. 124 Hos- 
brook. 

Anderson Agnes, (col.,) servant, D. S. 
Beaty, 194 s. Michigan. 

Anderson Abel Miss, student Female 
Seminary, bds. Ray House. 

Anderson Augustus, student, commercial 
college. 

Anderson Belle, bds. Pearl alley. 

ANDERSON, BULLOCK 8z 
SCHOFIELD, (James T. A., James 
B. B. & NashN.S.,) wholesale hard- 
ware, 62 s. Meridian. 



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Anderson Charles, carpenter, res. 177 
e. Market. 

Anderson Charles J., student, commer- 
cial college. 

Anderson Cynthea, (wid.) George, res. 
177 e. Market. 

Anderson David, carpenter, res. 70 Indi- 
ana av. 

Anderson E. H., student commercial col- 
lege. 

Anderson George, carpenter, res. 177 e. 
Market. 

ANDERSON GEORGE P., 

(A. & Jones,) s. e. cor. Washington 

and Meridian, res. 279 e. South. 
Anderson Henry, carpenter, res. 177 e. 

Market. 
Anderson James, carpenter, res. 177 e. 

Market. 
Anderson James, plasterer, res. e. side n. 

Tennessee, laet. Sixth and Seventh. 
Anderson James T., (A., Bullock & Scho- 

field,) 62 s. Meridian, res. 36 n. 

New Jersey. 
Anderson James W., clerk, American 

Express Co., res. 378 s. Illinois. 
Anderson Jerome S., (Horn, Anderson & 

Co.,) res. 192 s. New Jersey. 
Anderson John, blacksmith, bds. East 

Street House. 
Anderson John, clerk, American Express 

office. Union depot, res. 378 s. Illi- 
nois. 

ANDERSON & JONES, 

(George P. A. & Barton D. J.,) real 

estate and insurance agts., s. e. cor. 

Washington and Meridian. 
Anderson Miss Julia, student, Female 

Seminary, bds. Ray House. 
Anderson Martin, plasterer, res. 315 e. 

Merrill. 
Anderson Nettie E., dress-maker, 85 e. 

Washington. 
Anderson Randolph, carpenter, res. 435 

e. Georgia. 
Anderson Robert, brick-mason, res. 440 

n. East. 
Anderson Robert, cook, Union depot 

saloon, res. 454 s. Illinois. 
Anderson Reuben, (col.,) lab., res. 79 

Ann. 
Anderson Thomas, carpenter, res. n. 

West, bet. North and St. Clair. 
Anderson William, salesman, 87 e. Wash- 
ington, bds. Sherman House. 
Anderson William R., teamster, res. 139 

w. Second. 

ANDRA JOHN, 

saddle and harness-maker, 224 e. 
Washington, res. 326 e. New York. 
Andrews Alfred M., cigar-maker, 141 s. 
Illinois, bds. 126 n. Mississippi. 



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Andrew John B., clerk, Weinberger & 
Co., res. 138 s. Meridian. 

Andrews Lyman N., general freight agt., 
P. & I. R. R., res. 444 n. Tennessee. 

Andrews Robert, heater, rolling mill, 
res. 236 s. Missouri. 

Andrews Samuel B., photograph gallery, 
33 w. Washington, res. 82 Fort 
Wayne av. 

Angus Walter W., instructor, Deaf and 
Dumb Asylum. 

Anhaug Charles, lab., rolling mill, res. 
395 s. Meridian. 

Anhaer Jacob, inmate Deaf and Dumb 
Asylum, res. Logansport, Cass co., 
Ind. 

Annal Charles, salesman, 39 s. Meridian, 
bds. Pyle House, n. Meridian. 

Annager John, carpenter, res. 124 Hos- 
brook. 

Anspire Frank, lab., res. 266 n. East. 

Anthony David, carpenter, bds. Wiles 
House, rooms third floor, 32 s. Me- 
ridian. 

Anthony Emma, (wid.) David A., dress- 
maker, res. 81 Missouri. 

Antlee Esther A., (wid.) Willis, res. 373 
e. Georgia. 

ANTE JACOB, 

grocer, 299 s. Delaware, res same. 

Anthes Jacob, janitor. Metropolitan The- 
ater, res. 270 s. New Jersey. 

Antrim Levi, teamster, res. 57 Cherry. 

Antrim William H,, teamster, res. 58 
Cherry. 

Antrobus John B., cooper, res. Georgia, 
near Helen. 

Apgar John H,, cooper, J. J. Caray & 
Co., bds. 335 w. Maryland. 

Apker Henry, cabinet-maker, Cabinet- 
maker's Union, res. 585 e. Washing- 
ton. 

Apker William, cabinet-maker, Cabinet- 
maker's Union, res. 585 e. Washing- 
ton. 

Apperson Isaac H., patent medicine agt., 
res. 256 Madison av. 

Applegate A. J., clerk, 16 Bates House 
blk., bds. Wiles House. 

Applegate A. W,, show-card writer, 175 
e. Washington, res. same. 



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Applegate Berg, mercliandise broker, 
bds. 191 e. Michigan. 

Appleby Robert, car builder. Citizen's 
Street Ry., cor. Tennessee and Louis- 
iana, res. 310 w. Washington. 

Arbutriot Thomas, house and sign pain- 
ter, w. s. Minerva, bet. Vermont and 
New York, res. same. 

Archer William, carpenter, bds. 2G5 s. 
Mississippi. 

Arden Joseph II., shoe-maker, 218 e. 
Washington, res. alley, near Wash- 
ington, bet. New Jersey and East. 

Ambruster John J., clerk, Meikel's brew- 
ery, r(s. 79 8. West. 

Armentrout Lavina, (wid.) David, res. 
313 n. Noble. 

ABMSTRONG GEORGE F., 
agt. Merchants Union Express Co., 
Union depot, res. 148 s. Illinois. 

Armstrong Hattie Miss, pupil, Hess' 
Academy of Music, bds. same. 

Armstrong James, clerk, New Yerk 
Store, res. 75 e. Ohio. 

Armstrong Jenny Miss, servant, Nagel 
House. 

Armstrong William, clerk, room. Young 
Men's Christian Association, res. 
497 n. Meridian. 

Armstrong William S,, salesman, 66 s. 
Meridian, bds. 180 n. Illinois. 

Arnaught Peter, lab., 24 e. Georgia, res. 
17 s. New Jersey. 

Arnette Mary, (col., wid.) Speleer, res, 
179 Eddy. 

Arnett Samuel N. S., inmate Deaf and 
Dumb Asylum, res. Parkersburgh, 
Montgomery co,, Ind, 

ARNHOLTEB HENRY. 

saddlery and harness, 225 e. Wash- 
ington, bds. same. 

Arnholter William, harness- maker, 225 
e. Washington, bds. same. 

Arnold Matilda, servant. Gov. Baker, 119 
n. Pennsylvania. 

Arnold Peter, lab., res. 17 n. New Jer- 
sey. 

Arnot Jacob F., inmate Deaf and Dumb 
Asylum, res. Delphi, Carroll co., Ind. 

Arnot Jesse R., inmate Deaf and Dumb 
Asysum, res. Delphi, Carroll co., 
lud. 



Arnot Sarah C, inmate Deaf and Dumb 
Asylum, res. Delphi, Carroll co., Ind. 

Arnstkuein John, tailor, res. 123 n. 
Spring. 

Arthur Thomas, moulder, res. 75 Nor- 
wood. 

Arthur William, stone-cutter, res, 215 w. 
Michigan. 

Arthur William A., moulder, 24 e. Geor- 
gia, res. 75 Norwood. 

Asbury Chapel, 166 s. New Jersey. 

ASHER & ADAMS, 

(John R. A. & George II. A.,) book 
and map publishers, 76 e. Market. 

Ashe Francis, lab., res. 15 Bates. 

Asher John R., (A. & Adams,) 76 e. 
Market, res. 189 e. Ohio, 

Ashley George F., foreman, J. S. Carey & 
Co., saw factory, res. cor. Michigan 
and Davidson. 

Ashley George T., journeyman carpenter, 
res. 126 n. Spring. 

Ashley Thomas, foreman, J. S. Carey & 
Co., res. 126 Spring. 

Ashmead Jacob N., res. 360 n. Noble. 

Ashmead John S., journeyman carpen- 
ter, res. 360 n. Noble. 

Ashmead Seely, engineer, Bellefontaine 
R. R. shop, res. 360 n. Noble. 

Astis William, (col.,) barber, 141 w. 
Washington. ' 

Asmus Louis, saloon, 199 Indiana av., 
res. same. 

Aston Joseph, boarding house, 44 s. 
Tennessee. 

Atherion Samuel, carpenter, res. 23 Cen- 
ter. 

Athon James J., druggist, 39 w. Wash- 
ington, res. cor. Meridian and First. 

Athon James S., physician and surgeon, 
5 McOuat's blk., res. cor. Meridian 
and First. 

Atenschen William, carpenter, shop. 
Walnut, bet. East and Noble, res. 
25 e. South. 

Atkins E. 0. & Co., (Elias C. A., J. Henry 
Kappes & Henry KniflFenberg,) Shef- 
field Saw Works, 216 s. Illinois. 

Atkins Elias C, (E. C. A. & Co.,) res. 
283 n. Pennsylvania. 

Atkins George W., saw-maker, wks. E, 
C. Atkins & Co., bds. Webb House. 

Atkison Eliza Mrs., (wid.) William, res. 
239 s. Delaware. 

Atkison Joseph, engineer, Bellefontaine 
R, R., res. 237 s, Delaware. 

Atkinson Benjamin, meat-market, 153 
w. Washington, res. 207 w. Wash- 
ington. 

Atkinson Thomas J., journeyman pain- 
ter, res. 183 n. Liberty. 

Atlantic and Great Western Ry., 82 Vir- 
ginia av,, B, H. Williams, agt. 



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Atlantic Time Line, office 82 Virginia av. 
AUDITOR OF STATE, 

office 22 Kentucky av., T. B. McCarty, 
Auditor, T. G. Palmer, deputy. 

Auer Frederick, tailor, 38 Virginia av., 
bds. Delaware, bet. Maryland and 
Georgia. 

Aufderhaide Godtfried, painter, res, 275 
n. Davidson. 

Aufderhaede Joseph,, expressman, res. 
432 e. Vermont. 

Aufderhaide William, (Cabinet-maker's 
Union,) res. 275 n, Davidson. 

Aug Adolph, hack-driver, res. 302 Blake. 

Aughinbaugh E. L., salesman, Browning 
& Sloan, res. n. Illinois, bet. Pratt 
and St. Joseph. 

Aughinbaugh Sarah, (wid.) Perry A., 
boarding house, res. e. s. n. Illinois, 
bet. Pratt ane First. 

Aughinbaugh W. W., clerk, Stewart & 
Morgan, res. n. Illinois, above St. 
Clair. 

Augstein Charles, varnisher, Cabinet- 
maker's Union, res. 324 Railroad. 

Aukembrock Henry, drayman, res. 351 s. 
Delaware. 

Ausbuttel Louis, gunsmith, 166 e. Wash- 
ington, res. over 174 e. Washington. 

Austin Carl, varnisher, res. 344 n. Rail- 
road. 

Austin George F., res. 189 s. Alabama. 

Austin John, gardner, res. 98 s. Noble. 

Austin John, sexton, Christ's Church, 
res. 190 s. East. 

Austin Samuel C, cabinet-maker, res. 
166 n. Delaware. 

Avels George, express driver, res. 355 s. 
Delaware. 

Avels Joseph, express, res. 178 Madison av. 

Avels Martha, Mrs., (wid.) Henry A., 
res. 355 s. Delaware. 

Averill Joseph, check clerk, T. H. & I. 
R. R., res. e. South, 

Averill M, V. (Rev.,) rector, Grace 
Church, bds. J. 0. D. Lilly, n. Ten- 
nessee, bet. Second and Third. 

Avery John L,, lumber merchant, res. 
256 n. Alabama, cor. Michigan. 

AVEBY JOHN P., 

physician and surgeon, office Massa- 
chusetts av., cor. Ohio, res. 250 n. e. 
cor. Michigan. 

Awald Henry, blacksmith, res. 123 e, St, 
Joseph. 

Ayers Jennie Miss, servant, 22 s. Yv^est. 



BAAR BERNHARD J,, tailor, res, 
172 e. Market. 
Baarman Henry, lab., res. 134 s. McCarty. 
Babbitt Alonzo P., printer, Downey & 
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Babbitt Charles W., telegraph operator, 
I. C. & L. R, R., bds. 198 e. Louisiana. 

Babbitt Jerome, brakesman, T. H. R. R., 
res. 487 n. Mississippi, 

Babcock Frank M., book-keeper, H, L. 
Benham & Co., bds. 89 n. Delaware. 

Babstein August, shoe-maker, bds. 23 
Kentucky av. 

Bacher Conrad, grocer, cor. Illinois and 
Tinker, res. same. 

Bachtel Jacob, lab,, res. 247 s, Delaware. 

Back Casper, lab,, res. Three Notch road. 

Back Clemens, (B. & AVenken,) 209 e. 
Washington, bds. Union Hall. 

Back & Wenken, (Clemens B. & Earnest 
W,,) cigars and tobacco, 209 e, Wash- 
ington. 

Backer Frederick, jr., plasterer, res. 345 
n. niinois. 

Backus Thomas, boiler-maker, rolling 
mill, res. 58 s. Alabama. 

Bacon Edgar E., physician and surgeon, 
s. w. cor. Meridian and Washington, 
bds. 299 n. Mississippi. 

Bacon Eliza J., (wid.) Elisha, res. 307 
n. Alabama. 

Bacon E. H., physician, s. w. cor. Wash- 
ington and Meridian, res, same. 

Bacon George J., apprentice, B.F. Haugh 
& Co., bds. 307 n. Alabama. 

Bacon John L,, blacksmith, B, F. Haugh 
& Co., res. 307 n. Alabama. 

Bacon Robert, clerk, 24 w. Maryland, 
bds. n. Pennsylvania, cor. Wabash. 

Bacon Robert R,, driver, Hunt & Wilson, 
res. 75 n, Pennsylvania. 

Bacon Theodore L., chief clerk, U. S. 
Arsenal, bds. 131 e. New York. 

Bacon William, city delivery clerk, Mer- 
chant's Union Express Co., 42 and 
44 e. Washington, bds. Empire Res- 
taurant, s. Illinois. 

Bade Anthony, lab., res. s. e. cor. Ala- 
bama and South. 

Bade William, lab., bds. s. e. cor. Ala- 
bama and South. 

Badger Theodore, hostler, res. 156 w. 
Washington. 

Bagerman Frederick, inmate Deaf and 
Dumb Asylum, res. Freelandville, 
Knox CO., Ind. 



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are on the first floor, the Parlor on the second. The House is comparativelj'- new 
and in good repair, and kept in a good substantial style, affording a good meal for 
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Baggs Frederick, book-keeper, Kennedy, 
Byram & Co., res. 125 e. Ohio. 

Bagget Patrick, lab., res, 85 Delaware, 

Baggerly Charles W,, cigar-maker, 30 w, 
Louisiana, bds. 160 e. Market, 

Baggley Jane Mrs., (wid.) Josiah, board- 
ing house, 86 w. Maryland. 

Baggley William R., carpenter, bds. 36 
w. Maryland. 

Bagmann John, brewer, bds. Jefferson 
House. 

Baier Casper, shoe-maker, res, 131 e, 
Washington. 

Baier Jacob, tailor, bds. Exchange, s. 
Delaware, 

Baile Anthony, 'checkman, C. & I. C. R, 
R., res, cor. South and Alabama, 

Bailey Ellen, (wid.) William, house- 
keeper. Si w, cor. Virginia av. and 
Dougherty. 

Bailey George W,, teamster, res, 265 n, 
Mississippi, 

Bailey George W,, journeyman painter, 
res, 369 w, Vermont. 

Bailey Julius, carpenter, res, 14 Bates, 

Bailey Hamilton, driver, 24 Virginia av., 
bds, 316 w, Washington, 

Bailey Robert, saloon, 284 w, Washing- 
ton, res. w. Washington. 

Baird William, journeyman cooper, res, 
2 Indiana ave. 

Baity Elizabeth, (wid.) Abraham, res. 
Catharine. 

Baker Aaron, watch-maker, 37 w. Wash- 
ington, bds, 40 n. California, 

Baker Abram H., (B. & Surley,) res. 228 
e. South. 

Baker Albert R., pressman, Downey & 
Brouse, bds. 57 w. Ohio. 

Baker Annie Miss, pupil, Hess' Academy 
of Music, bds, same. 

Baker Anna Mrs,, millinery and fancy 
goods, 46 s. Illinois, res. same. 

Baker Bertha Mrs,, millinery, 40 s. Illi- 
nois, res, 50 s, Illinois. 

BAKER CONRAD, 

Governor State of Ind., office State 
House, bet, Washington and Market 
and Tennessee and Mississippi, res. 
116 n. Pennsylvania, cor. New 
York. 

Baker Elijah, teamster, res. 137 Maple. 

Baker Eveline C. Miss, saleswoman, 46 
s. Illinois, res, same. 

Baker Henry, blacksmith, B. F. Haugh & 
Co., res, 203 n, Illinois, 

Baker Henry, coal hauler, res. 34 Madi- 
son av. 

Baker James H,, carpenter, cor, Tennes- 
see and Georgia, res. 22 Douglas. 

Baker Jesse A., res. 50 s. Illinois, 

Baker John H,, boot-maker, 63 Massa- 
chusetts av,, bds. 32 e. Ohio, 



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BAKER ]Sr. S. & CO., 

(Nathan S, B., John W. Newell & 
William Beckman,) furniture and 
upholsterers, 3 e. Washington, 

Baker Nathan S,, (N, S, B, & Co.,) 73 e, 
Washington, res. 221 s, Alabama, 

Baker & Surley, (Abram H. B, & Jacob 
S,,) grocers and produce dealers, n. 
w. cor. Virginia av. and South. 

Baker S. F,, res. 104 e, St, Marys, cor. 
Delaware. 

Baker Santiago W., salesman, New York 
Store, res, 109 n, Illinois. 

BAKER THOMAS, 

propr. Capital City Omnibus Line, 
35 n. Illinois, res, Lafayette, Ind. 

Baker Winfield S., pipeman fire depart- 
ment, bds. 170 e. Michigan. 

Baker William, toll-gate keeper. Fall 
creek bridge. 

Balck Frederick, lab., rolling mill, res. 
208 s. Delaware. 

BALDWIET J. H. & CO., 

(J. Herman B. & George S, Warren,) 
Yankee notions, fancy goods, trim- 
mings, toys, etc., 6 e. Washington. 

Baldwin J. Herman, (J. H. B, & Co.,) 6 
e. Washington, res, 396 n. Meridian, 
cor. St. Clair. 

Baldwin Patsy, inmate Deaf and Dumb 
Asylum, res, Cofl&n's Station, Henry 
CO., Ind. 

Baldwin James P., carpenter, U. S. arse- 
nal, bds. 361 Massachusetts av. 

Balen Charles E,, inmate Deaf and Dumb 
Asylum, res. New Albany, Floyd 
CO , Ind. 

Balk Charles, saloon, 231 e. Washington, 
res. same. 

Ballard Austin, seal engraver, res, 28 
Circle. 

Ballard A. W,, patent right dealer, 219 
e. North. 

Ballard Charles E., agt,, W. P. Wallace, 
bds. 28 Circle. 

Ballard Grant, teacher, Blind Asylum, 
res. 296 s. Alabama. 

Ballard Samuel, carrage manf,. Pearl, 
bet. Meridian and Pennsylvania 
res, 84 s. Illinois. 

Ballard Samuel, painter, res, 115 w. 
New York. 



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See Front Fly Leaves. 



Ballard William, carpenter, res. 101 n. 
Mississippi. 

Ballard William P., druggist, 521 n. Illi- 
nois, res. same. 

Ballinger Emma A. Miss, book-keeper, 
5 w. Washington, bds. 79 n. Califor- 
nia. 

Ballinger Eligah M., carpenter, res. 161 
e. St. Mary. 

Ballneg Frederick, eating saloon, n. Illi- 
nois, res. 26 Ft. Wayne av. 

Ballmen Hermin, grocer, 300 Blake, res. 
same. 

Ballman Henry, sen., grocer, 408 Indi- 
ana av., res. 300 Blake. 

Ballman Henry, jr., grocery clerk, 408 
Indiana av., bds. 300 Blake. 

Bals Charles H. G., (Hahn & B.,) 25 s. 
Meridian, res. 110 e. St. Joseph, cor. 
Delaware. 

Bals Fred., (Weschler & Co.,) res. 308 
Virginia av. 

Balweg Ambrose, manf. and dealer in 
guns, pistols, etc., 129 w. Washing- 
ton, res. same. 

Balwick Frederick, eating house, 32 w. 
Louisiana, res. same. 

BALZ PHILIP & CO., 

(Philip & Peter B.,) meat-market, 
427 n. Illinois. 

BAMBERGER HERMAN, 

hats, caps, furs and straw goods, 16 
e. Washington, res. 229 e. Ohio. 

Bamberger Isaac, salesman, 16 e. Wash- 
ington, bds. 113 e. Washington. 

Banan Mathew, blacksmith, bds. s. Ten- 
nessee. 

Banghart Robert M., carpenter, res. 284 
n. New Jersey. 

BAl^K OP THE STATE OP 
INDIANA, bldg. vacant, cor. Illinois 
and Kentucky av. 

Banke Henry, carpenter, res. 327 e. 
Georgia. 

Bannwuarth Benedict, boot and shoe- 
maker, 90 and 286 e. Washington, 
res. 286 e. Washington. 

Banning Ernest, teamster, res. 472 s. 
West. • 

Bannister Hattie Mrs., (wid.) Purcel, 
bds. Mrs. Green's, 37 Maple. 



Bannon James, driver. Sawyer & Willets, 
res. 487 Virginia av. 

Bansa William, wagon-maker, shop 379 
Virginia av., res. 193 s. East. 

Banta John P., (Indianapolis Banking 
Co.,) 28 e. Washington, res. Frank- 
lin, Ind. 

Bapst Anthony, painter, bds. Jefferson 
House. 

Barbee Robert B., wagon-maker, res. 385 
n. East. 

Barbee Sampson, wagon-maker, res. 4 
Oriant. 

Barbee William, watchman, county 
clerk's office, res. 101 Bates. 

Barber Edward H., Insurance agt., Knick- 
erbocker Life Insurance Co., res. 312 
Indiana av. 

Barber Walker, (col.,) hod-carrier, res. 
155 Elizabeth. 

BARBOUR & JACOBS, 

(Lucian B. & Charles P. J.,) lawyers 
and noteries, room 1, Langsdale's 
blk., 14 n. Delaware. 

Barbour Lucian, (B. & Jacobs,) room 1, 
14 n. Delaware, res. n. Meridian, 
bet. Fifth and Sixth. 

Barbour Samuel, clerk, p. o., res. 216 n. 
West. 

BARBOUR THOMAS O., 

book-keeper. Herald r^^ce, 16| e. 
Washington, res. 216 n. West. 

Barbour James, plumber, 82 w. Wash- 
ington, res. 181 n. Liberty. 

Bare Leonidas, (Hobs & Brout,) bds. 248 
w, Washington. 

Bareing Ephram, plasterer, res. 335 n. 
West. 

Barrett Louisa, boarding house, 224 e. 
Market. 

Barger William, carpenter, res. 583 Ma- 
ple. 

Barker Harrison, grocery, cor. Virginia 
av. and Delaware, res. 54 s. Penn- 
sylvania. 

Barker Jerry, book-keeper, bds. 14 s. 
Mississippi. 

Barker William S., cutter, 31 n. Penn- 
sylvania, res. 131 n. Pennsylvania. 

Barker William W., teacher, penmanship, 
Purdy's College, iEtna bldg., n. 
Pennsylvania. 

Barksahlte Martin, baker, 340 Virginia 
av., res. same. 

Barkes Sarah E., boarding house, 126 In- 
diana av- 

Barley Martha C, Mrs., servant, 46 s. 
Illinois. 

Barlow Libty, (col.,) boot and shoe- 
maker, Indiana av., res. 191 Douglas 
alley. 

Barlow Thomas J., clerk, p. o., res. 
McCarty, bet, Missouri and West. 



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Barnard Jerrold, dealer in oil, 29 w. 

Pearl, bds. Bates House. 
Barnardt Henry, lab., res. 342 s. Dela- 
ware. 
Barnes A. A., photogropher, 39 e. Wash- 
ington, res. 782 n. Illinois. 
Barnes Andrew M., printer, book and 

job room, Journal office, bds. 324 n. 

Delaware. 
Barnes Benjamin F., teamster, res. 471 

Virginia av, 
Barnes George H., journeyman carpen- 
ter, res. 490 n. Mississippi. 
Barnes Henry F., physician and surgeon, 

office 6 McOuat's blk., res. n. e. cor. 

Vermont and Alabama. 
Barnes Jerome, expressman, res. 135 Ft. 

Wayne av. 
Barnes John, bar-tender, 48 Virginia 

av., bds. same. 
BARK'ES R. ALLISOIST, 

physician and surgeon, 29 s. Dela- 
ware, res. same. 
Barnes William H., lawyer and historian, 

s. w. cor. Washington and Meridian, 

res. National road, three miles e. of 

the city. 
Barnes William H., carpenter, Mayhew 

& Fearnley, 19 Circle, res. 253 n. 

Mississippi. 
Barnes W. N., compositor, Herald office, 

bds. 33 w. Maryland. 
Barnes AVilliam, patent right agt., res. 

377 n. Illinois. 
Barnaby Catharine, (wid.) William, res. 

348 s. West. 
Barney Chester, foreman, Ben. Franklin 

office, res. 93 s. Noble. 
Barney Elenor D. Miss, student, Female 

Seminary, res. 93 s. Noble. 
Barneclo Lida Miss, milliner, 8 e. Wash- 
ington. 
Barniclo Loranzo, machinist, res. 156 s. 

Noble. 
Barnicloe Necodemus, machinist. Eagle 

Machine Works, res 157 s. Noble. 
Barnet Edward, lab., res. 3G8 s. Tennessee. 
Barnitt Frank J., clerk, J. W. Copeland, 

8 e. Washington. 
Barnitt Thomas, watchman, city tower, 

res. 390 n, Mississippi. 
BarneQher John T., inmate Doaf and 

Dumb Asylum, res. Van Wedding, 

Dearborn co., Ind. 
Birnitz Charles, real estate agt., res. 177 

s. Noble. 
Barnitz Charles, stoves and furnishing 

goods, 274 e. V/ashington, res. 177 

s. Noble. 
Barnitz Jacob W., naturalist, res. 177 s. 

Noble. 
Barr E. A., student, commercial college, 

bds. 169 Virginia av. 



PHILLIPS HOUSE, 

DAYTON, OHIO. 

A NUMBER ONE HOTEL. 

TK,-5Z- IT. 



Barr Jacob, carpenter, res. 424 n. Dela- 
ware. 

Barr Lorenzo D., rail straightener, rol- 
ling mill, res. 233 s. Tennessee. 

Barr Nancy Mrs. (wid.) George, res. 
89 Ann. 

Barr William A., yard master. I. P. & C. 
R. R., bds. 63 Bates. 

Barret Edward, lab., res. 267 s. Tennessee. 

BARRETT E. G., 

advertising agt., res. 123 Huron. 

Barrett Henry, bds. 1S8 n. Tennessee. 

Barret James, lab,, res. 126 Stevens. 

Barret John, lab., res. last house on Mor- 
risey. 

Barret Michael, lab., res. 425 s. Tennes- 
see. 

Barret Patrick, lab., res. 174 Meek. 

Barret Patrick D., lab., res. 152 Stevens. 

Barrows A. W., machinist, res. 288 Mad- 
ison av. 

Barrows HoUis, machinist, res. 288 Mad- 
ison av. 

Barrows James L., clerk. Sinker & Co., 
bds. 16 s. Mississippi. 

Barry Edward, scroll sawyer, res. 368 s. 
Delaware. 

BARRY EDWARD H., 

grand secy. I. 0. 0. F., office Odd 
Fellows Hall, n. e. cor. Washington 
and Pennsylvania, res. 528 n. Ten- 
nessee, cor. First. 

Barry, Ellen Mrs., (wid.) Edward, res. 
368 s. Delaware. 

Barry John, cabinet-maker, res. 363 s. 
Delaware. 

Barry John, laborer, res. 135 Huron. 

Barry Patrick, laborer, res. 394 s. V/est. 

Barry Thomas G., (Stewart & Morgan,) 
40 e. Washington, res. n. Delaware, 
bet. New York and Vermont. 

Bart Sebastian, merchant, res. 96 Fletch- 
er av. 

Barth Charles, salesman, 29 w. Washing- 
ton, res. 255 Indiana av. 

Barth George, lab., res. 233 Virginia av. 

Barth John W., salesman, 21 w. Wash- 
ington, res. Indiana av. bet. West 
and California. 

BARTH L. A., 

propr. Union Depot news stand, in 
Union Depot, res. 233 Virginia av. 



14 LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 

MRS. S. A^. REED'S 

Confectionery and Ice Cream Saloon 

A-NB BOABDING HOUSE, 

]Vos. 30 1-3 and 33 Nortla I'eniisylvania Street, 

Nearly Opposite the Post-Office, INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA. 

Pure Ice Cream and Soda .Water at all times. Rooms open day and evening. 
Transient or Day Board, at low rates. 

HOME INSURANCE COMPANY, 

OF NEW HAVEN, CONNECTICUT. 
Cash Oapital ana .A^ssets, - ^1,440,110.00. 



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President. Vice-President. Secretary. 

CHRISTIAN STAWITZ, Agent, 

No. 77 1-2 East Market St., Indianapolis. 
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AND DEALER IN 

UDIfS' FURilSHIIG GOODS AND CHILDREI'S ClOTHIIG, 

Notions, Fancy Goods and Wearing Apparel, for Ladies only, 

K"o. 24 liTorth Pennsylvania Street, Indianapolis, Ind. 
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sm:ok:er>^s em:for.ium:. 



A. W. SHARPE, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 

CIIGARS AME TOSAGGOS, 

Also, a Fine Stock of Pipes, Pipe Stems, Snuff, &c., &c. 
No. 3S Nortli JPennsylvania St. 9 Indianapolis. 

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Barthels Adolph, baker, 12 s. Meridian, 
res. same. 

Bartholomew John, lab, res. 380 s. West. 

Bartholomew & Burns, (P. W. B. & D. V. 
Burns,) attorneys at law, 25 w. 
Washington, up stairs. 

BARTHOLOMEW P. W., 

(B. & Burns,) general agt. Berkshire 
Life Insurance company,andcommis- 
sionor of deeds for New York and 
Connecticut, 25 w. Washington, bds. 
52 n. Pennsylvania. See card p. 26. 

Bartlet Judd, (col.) lab., res. 225 n. Mis- 
sissippi. 

Bartlet Lydia, (aol.) washerwoman, res. 
225 n. Mississippi. 

Bartlet Richard, (col.) hod carrier, res. 
164 Douglas alley. 

Bartiett Arthur, porter, 22 s. Meridian. 

Bartlett Edward G., book-keeper, 12 n. 
Pennsylvania, bds. Pyle House, 

Bartlett Joseph, fireman C. & I. C. R. R., 
bds. Neiman House. 

Bartlett Joseph, fish dealer, res. 181 s, 
Tennessee. 

Bartley Abram, (col.) lab., res. 230 w. 
Vermont. 

Bartley Mary J., inmate Deaf and Dumb 
Asylum, res. Castleton, Marion co., 
In.d. 

Barton Charles W., blacksmith, bds, 410 
Indiana av. 

Bary Jacob M., merchant tailor, 48 Mas- 
sachusetts av., res. same. 

Base Christian, carpenter, res. 297 e. 
Georgia. 

Base Ernest, lab., res. 70 s. Liberty. 

Base Frank B., editor State Temperance 
Journal, bds. 67 Madison av. 

Basey James, proprietor Empire restau- 
rant, 33 n. Illinois, res. 23 w. Geor- 
gia. 

Basket John, (col.) res. 406 s. Tennessee. 

Bass George, lab., res. 229 w. Walnnt. 

Bass Lovel, (col.) fish-dealer, res. 169 
Benton. 

Bassett Horace H,, clerk, Anderson & 
Jones, s. e. cor. Washington and Me- 
ridian, res. n. w. cor. Pennsylvania 
and Ohio. 

Bast John, basket-maker, res. 471 s. 
Illinois. 

Bastor Edward, lab., res. 84 Benton. 

Bates Charles A., (Rout & B.,) 441 n. Il- 
linois, res. same. 

Bates Harvey, sen., capitalist, res. 390 e. 
Market. 

Bates Harvey, jr., asst. cashier 1st Na- 
tional Bank, res. 185 n. Delaware. 

BATES HOUSE. 

n. e. cor. Washington and Illinois, 
Elisha Seymour, propr. See card, 
on fly leaf. 



Secure your Livery at the 

NATIONAL LIVERY 

AND 

See Page 62. 

Bates Adam, (col.) hostler, national liv- 
ery and sale stables, Court bet. Penn- 
sylvania and Delaware. 

Bates Rice ^ , grocery clerk, 441 n. Illi- 
nois, bds same. 

Batler Robert, merchant's police, bds. 117 
s. Illinois. 

Batton Mary, (wid.) William, res. 173 
Madison av. 

Batty John H., clerk, recorder's office, 
res. 228 e. Louisiana. 

Bauer Catharine, servant, Cincinnati 
bakery, bds. 107 e. Washington, 

Bauer Conrad, butcher, bds. 194 s. Illi- 
nois. 

Bauer Henry, salesman, cabinet-makers' 
union, 105 e. Washington, bds. 113 
e. Washington. 

Bauch John, lab., res. 389 s. Missouri. 

Baumhofer Henry, carpenter, ioG Madi- 
son av. 

Bauna Martin, blacksmith, Eagle Ma- 
chine works, bds. Carico House. 

Barrington Albert, pedler, res, 142 n. 
East. 

Baxter & Davis, (Peter D. B. & Abel E. 
D,,) grocers, 250 w. Washington. 

Baxter George, grocery clerk, 250 w. 
Washington, res. same. 

Baxter Peter D., (B. & Davis,) 250 w. 
Washington, res. same. 

Baxter Samuel, lumber dealer, res. 279 
Kentucky av. 

Bayer Jacob, tailor, res. 80 s. Delaware. 

Baylor Albert E., salesman, 3 Odd Fel- 
lows Hall, bds. 32 e. Ohio. 

Baylor Rachel, (wid.) James J., res. 68 
Plum. 

Bazee Frederick, lab., res. 324 e. Ver- 
mont. 

Beach Daniel W., printer. Journal Co., 
bds. Commercial Hotel. 

Beall A. E., clerk. Palmer House, s. e. 
cor. Washington and Illinois, bds. 
same. 

Beal Ann, servant, 375 n. Delaware. 

Beal John A., lawyer, 94 e. WasLingtoc, 
res. national road, 3 miles w. 

Beal Joshua, paper hanger, 101 e. Wash- 
ington. 

Beals John W., butcher, shop 306 w. 
Washington, res. same. 



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Beals Jerome, traveling agt. Sweetser & 
Co., bds. n. e. cor. Meridian and 
Georgia. 

Beam David, (Emerson, B. & Co.,) res. 
187 s. Tennessee. 

Beam Frederick, capitalist, res. 398 n. 
West. 

Beard Amos, lab., res. 183^ w. New York. 

Beard Benjamin F., carpenter, 29 s. Ten 
nessee, res. 80 s. Mississippi. 

Beard David, blacksmith, 29 s. Tennes- 
see, res. 80 s. Mississippi. 

Beard & Forshee, (Solomon B. & George 
W. F.,) plow and cultivator manfs., 
29 s. Tennessee. 

Beard John 0., clerk, U. S. pension of- 
fice, cor. Pennsylvania and Virginia 
av., res 186 Virginia av. 

Beard Luther, carpenter, res. 203 s. w. 
cor. Missouri and McCarty. 

Beard Solomon, (B.& Forshee,) res. 80 
s. Mississippi. 

Beasley Thomas, boot and shoe maker, 
121 n. Tennessee, bds. 140 n. Ten- 
nessee. 

Beaty David S., general business agt. and 
notary public, room 3 Brown's blk. 
cor. Washington and Pennsylvania, 
res. 194 e. Michigan. 

Beaty Miles, plasterer, res. 121 w. Ver- 
mont. 

Beaver Elisha, teamster, res. 380 n. West. 

Beaver George, machinist, res. 244 s. 
Missouri. 

Beaver George L., lab., res. 244 s. Mis- 
souri. 

Beaver John H., teamster, res. 259 e. 
McCarty. 

Beaver Leonidas, di^aftsman, I. Hodgson, 
room 1 Brown's blk., cor. Washing- 
ton and Pennsylvania. 

Beck Benjamin, (Niffle & B.,) 98 s. Illi- 
nois, bds. Chicago House. 

Beck Christian, gunsmith, 8 s. Pennsyl- 
vania, res. 154 n. New Jersey. 

Beck Conrad, brewer, res. 222 Union. 

Beck Edward, res, 27 w. Maryland. 

Beck Frederick, butcher, res. 7 w. Mc- 
Carty. 

Beck James A., conductor, res. 271 W. 
Washington. 



Beck John A., watch-maker and jeweler, 
43 s. Illinois, res. 154 s. New Jersy. 

Beck Samuel, gun-smith, 36 Virginia av., 
res. 152 n. Mississippi. 

Beck Samuel T,, watch-maker and jew- 
eler, 63 e. Washington, bds. 152 n. 
Mississippi. 

Beckam Abraham, (col.,) lab., res. cor. 
St. Mary and Alabama. 

Becker August, tailor, 121 e. Washington, 
bds. e. Washington. 

Becker F. P., confectioner, 17 n. Penn- 
sylvania. 

Becker Henry, coal hauler, V. Butsch & 
Dickson, res. 324 Madison av. 

BECKER & HUBER, 

(Jacob B. & Jacob H.,) merchant tail- 
ors, 127 e. Washington. 

Becker Jacob, (B. & Huber,) res. s. noble, 
cor. R. R. track. 

Becker Jacob, tailor, res. 56 s. noble. 

Becket Theophelis M., engineer, I. & C. 
R. R., res. 473 s. Georgia. 

Beckle}' James, farmer, res. 248 s. Meri- 
dian, 

Beckman William, (N. S. Baker & Co.,) 
73 e. Washington, res. 408 w. north. 

BECKNER SAMUEL H., 

lawyer, otBce, Herald bldg., bds. 72 
e. Ohio 

Becktel Yoacham, works Furgason's pork 
house, res. 128 e. Merrill. 

Beeber, George, carpenter, res. 33 Meek. 

Beeber Maggie Miss, dress-makei", 177 e. 
Washington, res. 33 s. Meek. 

Beekman Christina Mrs., (wid.,) Wil- 
liam, res. 330 s. Alabama. 

Beeler Lorenzo D., carpenter, res. e. 
Georgia e. of Cady. 

Beeler Louis, saddler, res. 358 Virginia 
av. 

Beeman Andrew I., inmate Deaf and 
Dumb Asylum, res. Hall, St. Joseph 
CO., Ind. 

Befnruar Benedict, tailor, res. 49 Co- 
burn. 

Behning William, lab., res. 168 s. noble. 

BEHRINGER JOSEPH, 

saloon, 145 w. Washington, res. same. 

Behrayer Daniel, (D, B. & Co.,) e. Mar- 
ket, cor. Benton, res. 308 e. Ohio. 

BEHMYER D. & CO., 

(Daniel B., Benjamin F. McCord & 
William M. Wheatley,) planing 'mill, 
e. Market, cor. Benton. 

Behmyer Simeon, lumber dealer, res. 247 
n. New Jersey. 

Belcher Joseph, journeyman carpenter, 
res. 332 e. New York. 

Bell Andrew, (col.,) shoemaker, 327 e. 
Washington, res. 166 Huron. 

Bell & Ferree, (Miletus B. & F. M. F.,) 
druggists, 397 n. New Jersey. 



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Bell George, (col.,) lab., res, 158 Maple. 

Bell John T., tinner, res. 165 n. Missis- 
sippi. 

Bell Miletus, (B. & Ferree,) res. 484 n. 
East. 

Bell Samuel, lab., C. & I. R. R. freight 
depot. 

Bell Sarah J,, (col.,) servant Indiana- 
polis Female Institute, n, e. cor, 
Pennsylvania and Michigan. 

Bell George W., clerk Bates House, n. w. 
cor. Washington and Illinois, 

Bell William, expressman, res. 248, 
Blackford. 

Belles C, student commercial college, bds. 
72 w. Maryland. 

BELLEFONTAII^E H. R. CO., 
general offices, 63 s. Alabama; freight 
depot, n. e. cor. s, Alabama and Vir- 
ginia av.; shops, terminus e. Michi- 
gan ; Justus L. Cozard, general supt. 
See card, R, R. department. 

Bellis John R., machinist, works Sinker 
& Co., bds. Ray House. 

Bellis R. L., machinist, bds. Ray House. 

Bellous John, machinist. Eagle Machine 
Works, bds. Ray House, 

Beltz Jacob, plasterer, res, 171 Stevens. 

Belzer George, works Eagle Machine 
Works, res. 141 e. St. Mary. 

Bemarden Charles, lab., res. 71 Forest 
av. 

Bemit H. W., pattern maker, Sinker's 
foundry, res. 43 Chatham. 

BEN PKANKLIN PRINTII^G 
HOUSE, book and job printing estab- 
lishment, 17 w. Maryland. See card, 
page 94, 

Bence Robert F., physician, 143J n. Del- 
ware, res. 86 Ash. 

Bender Tolias, currier, John Fishback, 
res. 298 e. Market. 

BENDER & COOKE, 

(George W. B. & John W. C.,) flour 
and feed, 185 Indiana av. 

BBNDURE JOHN H., 

flagman I. & C. R. R., res. cor. In- 
diana av. and Missouri. 

BENHAM H. L. CO., 

(Henry L. B, & Ebin Sharp,) music 
publishers and dealers in pianos, 
organs, melodeons and musicial mer- 
chandise, 36 e. Washington. 

Benham Henry L., (H. L, B, & Co.,) 36 
e. Washington, bds. 17J Virginia 
av. 

Benninger John, asst, salesman, 117 e. 
Washington, res, 584. e. St. Clair, 

Bennerscheid Bruno, machinist, Sinker 
& Co. 

Bennett H. W., pattern-maker, Sinker 
& Co. 

Bennersheid Carl, machinist, Sinker & Co. 



GROVER & BAKER, 



SEWING MACHINES, 



At No. 21 East Washington Street. 



CALL AND SEE THEM. 



Bennett John D., sawyer, Byrket & Sons, 
res. 118 w. Georgia. 

Bennett George N., policeman, 1st ward, 
165 e. St. Joseph. 

Benson Aaron, sexton Jewish synagogue, 
res. 184 n. New Jersey. 

Benson David, second-hand clothing and 
furniture dealer, 206 s, Illinois, res. 
same. 

Bensheid Gustave, lithographer W. J. 
Braden, res. cor. Vine and Plum, 

Benton Allen K., prest. North-West- 
ern Christian University, res. n. w. 
cor. Christian av, and Forest Home 
av. 

Beorner Hermann, (Witty & B.,) res, s. 
w. cor. South and McCarty, 

Berendes Joseph, salesman, 8 s. Pennsyl- 
vania, bds 23 Kentucky av. 

Berg Frederick Mrs., (wid.,) Charles, 
res. 171 e. South. 

Berg Henry, grocer and produce dealer, 
175 s. Tennessee, res. same. 

Berg William, driver. No. 3 Engine House, 
res. 171 e. South. 

Bergman Francis, soap and candle 
manfr.; oflice 61 e, Washington, 
manfy., end s. West, res. same. 

Bergener Gustavus, book-keeper, 49 e. 
Washington, res. 109 w, Washing- 
ton. 

Bergman H., lab,, C &I. C, freight depot. 

Bergenthal David C, book-keeper, E, 
Over & Co., 68 s. Meridian, bds. Pat- 
terson House, n. Alabama. 

Berkhofer George, show-case manfr. 36 
Virgiaia av., res. 310 Blake. 

BERKSHIRE LIFE INSltR- 
ANCE CO., 25 w. Washington, up 
stairs, B, W. Bartholomew, general 
agt. See card, page 26. 

Berlin John S,, musician, bds. 24 w. 
Pearl. 

Bernard Henry, peddler, res. 79 w. South. 

Bernard J., lubricating and burning oils, 
office, chamber of commerce, Vin- 
ton's blk, store-room, 29 Pearl. 

Bernauer Joseph, teamster, res. 132 Hu- 
ron. 

Bernard Solomon, second-hand clothing 
dealer, 79 w. South, res. same. 

Berner John, lab., res. 371 w. New York. 



(2) 



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18 LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 



CHAS. WERBE. C. E. MoDONALD. 

CH-^S. "W^ER.BE & CO. 

PATENT RIGHT DEALERS, 

Model Builders and Solicitors of Patents. 

Office, Mo. n 1-2 East Market Street, 

"" M. B. SPRINGER, 

CORNER OF MARKET AND BENTON STREETS, 

East of Heckman & Sheesley's Mills, Indianapolis; Indiana. 



Castings of all kinds made to order on the shortest notice. Also, keep on hand 
Sash Weights, to supply builders at call. 

ROTJT & B^TES, 

DEALERS IN 

Groceries, Provisions, Oysters, 

Dry Goods, Notions, &c« 

All kinds of Foreign and Domestic Fruits, Canned Fruits, Preserves, &c. Also, 
dealers in Queensware, Glassware, Tin, Wooden and Willowware, Etc. 

441 Illinois, Corner Pratt Street, Indianapolis, Ind. 

S. J. SHOCK. G. W. SMOCK- 

AUCTION AND COMMISSION MfiRCiANTS, 

No. 88 East Washington Street, Indianapolis, Indiana. 



Furniture sales Wednesdays and Saturdays of each week. Cash advances made on 
consignments from city or country, and other cities. 



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Berner Charles, clerk, 173 w. Washing- 
ton, res. 871 w. New York. 

Berner Gettlieb, huxter, res. 185 David- 
son. 

Bernhamer William, plasterer, res. 284 
n. West. 

Berry A,, printer. Journal office, bds. 35 
Circle. 

Berry Charles, saw-maker bds. Wiles 
House. 

Berry C. B., brick-maker, bds. Ray House. 

Berry Edward, scroll sawyer, Helwig, 
Roberts & Co., res. 80 Indiana av. 

Beary John, boarding house, 115 n. Ten- 
nessee. 

Berkamyer Fred., 'porter, Union depot, 
bds. California House, s. Illinois. 

Berry John R., secy, and treas. Sinnis- 
sippi Insura^nce Co., bds. 125 e. Ver- 
mont. 

Berry Marion, carpenter, res. 476 Vir- 
ginia av. 

Berry Mary, servant, P. H. Jameson, 
249 n. Alabama. 

Berry Michael, stone-cutter, res. 136 
Spring. 

Berryman Henry, inmate Deaf and Dumb 
Asylum, res. Lakeville, St. Joseph 
CO., Ind. 

Berryman James, machinist. Sinker &, 
Co. 

Berryman John, wagon-maker, 302 e. 
Washington, res. 88 s. Noble. 

Berryman John W., inmate Deaf and 
Dumb Asylum, res. Lakeville, St. 
Joseph CO., Ind. * 

Berryman William L., lumber dealer, 
bds. Neiman House. 

Besking Christ., sen., lab., res. 136 Hu- 
ron. 

Bessonies Augustus, pastor, St. John's 
Catholic Church, res. Georgia, ad- 
joining church. 

Bessonette Adelde, servant, Livingston 
Goldsberry. 

Beston Michael, lab., res. n. e. cor. Pine 
and Elm. 

Bettes Gotleib, shoe-maker, 193 e. Wash- 
ington, res. same. 

BETTES WILLIAM H., 

grocer, 20 n. Delaware, res. 122 n. 
Delaware. 

Bevan James R., carpenter, Indianapolis 
Agricultural Works, bds. 212 e. Ver- 
mont. 

Beyer Frederick, (wid.) Adam, mid-wife, 
res. 78 n. Noble. 

Betz Gotlieb, shoe-maker, res. 218 e. 
Washington. 

Bibs James, (col.,) head waiter Bates 
House. 

Bibs Lizza, wash-woman, res. terminus, 
rear of 381, Massachusetts av. 



THE 



BERKSHIRE 



THE BEST. 



See page 26. 



Bibs Aggie, (col.,) wash-woman, res« 
terminus, rear of 361, Massachusetts 
av. 

Biddy James M., works City Gas Works, 
res. 147 Union. 

BIDEN E. E. MRS., 

ladies' ready-made clothing, 185 e. 
Washington, res. same. 

BIDEN E. E. MBS. & CO., 

(E. E, B. & Miss Susan C. Coles,) 
dress-making and fancy hair- 
braiding, 185 e. Washington. See 
card. 

Bidleman Silas G., shoe-maker, 75 e. 
Washington, res. 315 e. New York. 

Biedenmaster Charles A., musician, res- 
149 n. East. 

Bieler Jacob L., harness-maker, Reyer & 
Thomas, res. 358 Virginia av. 

Biersdorfer George, bar-tender, 13 e. 
Washington, res. same. 

Bieler J. L., foreman, Reyer & Thomas, 
res. 358 Virginia av. 

Bigelow Herbert M., deputy U. S. mar- 
shal, room 6, Blake's bldg, bds. 161 
Massachusetts av. 

Bigelow Ira P., plasterer, res. 372 e. New 
York. 

Bigelow J. R., physician and surgeon, 
15 Virginia av., res. S23 Virginia av. 

Bigelow I. S., deputy U. S. marshal, 
office p. 0. bldg,, res. 161 Massachu- 
setts av. 

Bigyer Ellen Mrs., matron, Insane Asy- 
lum, National road, two miles w. of 
city. 

BIGHAM HEYDEN S., 

flour, feed and grain, 224 s. Dela- 
ware, res. s. w. cor. South and Ala- 
bama. See card. 

Bigham James R., physician, res. 230 s. 
Alabama. 

Bills Jared M., lawyer, room 5, Hereth's 
blk., n. Delaware, bds. Pyle House, 
n. Meridian. 

Billes Mary C, saleswoman, 46 s. Illi- 
nois, bds. 182 s. New Jersey. 

Billings F. M., traveling agt., Grover & 
Baker's Sewing Machine Co., 21 e. 
Washington. 

Billings William, lab., res. w. s. Minerva, 
bet. Vermont and New York. 



See card of City Laundry, page 2. 



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LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 



BUY YOUR 

FURNITURE, STOVES, 

CROCKERY AND TINWARE, 

OF 

McCREERY & PAY. 

For full list, see pages 38 and 150. 



Billupps Sarah, servant, Gov. Baker, 119 
n. Pennsylvania. 

Bineker Frederick, lab., res. 492 s. East. 

BINGHAM JOSEPH J., 

associate editor, Daily and Weekly 
Herald, 16^ e. Washington, res. 148 
w. Merrill, n. e. cor. Mississippi. 

Bingham Joseph W., clerk, p. o., res. cor. 
Maryland and Mississippi. 

Bingham William B., traveling agt., 80 
s. Meridian, bds. 32 n. California. 

BINGHAM WHEELOCK P., 
(W. P. B. & Co.,) watches, jewelry, 
diamonds and silver-plated ware, 50 
e. Washington, res. 32 n. California. 

Binkley Beneville, waiter, 16 and 18 s. 
Delaware, bds. same. 

Binkley Benjamin R., machinist, Indian- 
apolis Agricultural Works, bds. 169 
s. Tennessee. 

BINKLEY & PEKBINE, 

(Samuel B. & Peter R. P.,) manfs. 
and dealers in trunks, etc., 29 s. Illi- 
nois. 

Binkley Samuel, (B. & Perrine,) 29 s. 
Illinois, res. 816 s. Illinois. 

Binsack William, painter, res. 112 Vir- 
ginia av. 

Birch Richard E,, (Long & B.,) 15 Circle, 
res. s. w. cor. New Jersey and St. 
Clair, 

Bird Abraham, res, 129 n. Illinois. 

Bird Frank, bds. 129 n. Illinois. 

Bisbing Christ., lab., res. 140 Huron. 

Bisbing Jacob, marshal, Union depot, 
res. 212 n. West. 

Bischof Caroline, inmate Deaf and Dumb 
Asylum, res. Terre Haute, Vigo co., 
Ind. 

Bisgee Edward, butcher, shop 221 w. 
Market, res. 243 w. New York. 

Bishop Addie Miss, bds. 36 s. New Jer- 
sey. 

Bishop George M., driver, No. 3 engine 
house, res. 239 s. Alabama. 

BISHOP JAMES L., 

flour and feed, 269 w. Washington, 
bds. Ray House. 

Bishop Jesse, (col.,) res. 490 s. Illinois. 

Bisking Christian H., lab., Coburn & 
Jones, res. 140 Huron. 



BisplinghofF Herman, cooper, res. 106 s. 

Pennsylvania. 
Bisplinghoff Isabella Miss, res. 106 s. 

Pennsylvania. 
Bixby Ella Mrs., (wid.) Luman C, board- 
ing house, 166 e. Market. 
Bixby Frank, clerk, W. L. Munson, bds. 

166 e. Market. 
Black Amanda, (col.,) servant, Indiana- 
polis Female Institute, n. e. cor. 
Pennsylvania and Michigan. 
Black Charles, fireman, bds. 99 e. Geor- 
gia. 
Black Charles, paper-maker, bds. 302 w. 

Maryland. 
Black Charles H,, blacksmith, res. cor. 

Wabash and New Jersey. 
Black George, constable, res. 381 e. 

Georgia. 
Black James B., (Elliott & B.,) 24| e. 

Washington, bds. Mrs. Cunningham, 

n. Illinois. 
Black John H., driver, Merchant's Union 

Express Co., res. 177 Massachusetts 

av. 
Black Josiah, carpenter, res. 253 West. 
Black Samuel, carpenter, res. 40 Thomas. 
Black Samuel, salesman. New York 

Store, bds. Rockwell's Dining Hall. 
Black S. L., student, commercial college, 

bds. Wyles House, w. Maryland. 
Blackmer Eli T., s;ilesman and piano 

tuner, J. A. Butterfield & Co., bds. 

St. Nicholas Restaurant. 
Blackburn George W., (col.,) barber, 325 

e. Washington, res. same. 
Blackwell Thomas, pudler, rolling mill, 

s. w. cor. Tennessee and Milfeason. 
BLAIR MBS. D. W., 

propr. Ladies' Faslion Bazaar, 24 n. 

Pennsylvania, bds. Little's Hotel. 

See card, page 14. 
Blair Napoleon, feds. 291 e. Ohio. 
BLAIR SOLOMON, 

judge common pleas court, and law- 
yer, office, room 6, Hereth's blk., n. 

Delaware, res. Plainfield, Ind. 
Blair Thomas, jr., machinist. Eagle Ma- 
chine Y/orks, res. 175 w. New York. 
Blair Thomas, sen., moulder, Eagle Ma- 
chine Works, res. 176 w. New York. 
Blair William, foreman, Patterson's pork 

house, bds. Nagel House. 
Blake Augustus, moulder, res. 20 Wil- 

liard. 
Blake James, jr., door-keeper. Senate, 

bds. 308 n. Tennessee. 
Blake James R., (Mc Arthur & B.,) 15 s. 

Delaware, res. 308 n. Tennessee. 
BLAKE JOHN W., 

(J. W. B. & Co.,) lawyer, 47 e. 

Washington, res. 351 n. Tennessee, 

cor. Walnut. 



United States Hotel, Louisville, page 6. 



LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 



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Blake John, bds. 308 n. Tennessee. 

Blake John W., driver, Capital City Line, 
res. 251 n. West. 

Blake J. W. & Co., (John W. B. & John 
F. Deerfield,) real estate, claim and 
collecting agts,, 47 e. Washington, 
up-stairs. 

Blake Samuel, bds. 308 n. Tennessee. 

Bland Hiram, carpenter, res. 77 w. 
McCarty. 

BLAND THOMAS A„ 

editor and publiser North-Western 
Farmer, 27^ s. Meridian, res. 104 w. 
Vermont. 

Blank Anthony, / clerk. C. Vonnegut, 
bds. 178 e. Washington. 

Blank Rudolph, painter, res. 5 Elm. 

Blaukinship Mary E. Mrs., dress-maker, 
22 s. West, res. 300 w. Marjdand. 

Blatz Catharine, (wid.) Anderson, gro- 
cer, 440 s. Illinois, res. same. 

Blauvelt David C, freight deliveryman, 
Merchant's Union Express Co., res. 
142 Blackford. 

Blauvelt James, lab;, res. 427 e. Ver- 
mont. 

Bleibel Joseph, cabinet-maker, res. 881 s. 
Missouri. 

Blenness George F., salesman, Roll & 
Smith, bds. New York, bet. Delaware 
and Alabama. 

Bless Eli, capitalist, res. 346 n. New 
Jersey. 

Bleetzinger Zieronemus, res. National 
road, near White river bridge. 

Bletner John, blacksmith, res. 284 e. 
Louisiana. 

BLIND ASYLUM, 

North, bet. Meridian and Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Blinks William, grand lecturer. Masonic 
order for Ind., res. Michigan City. 
Ind. 

Blitner John, blacksmith. Eagle Machine 
Works, res. 284 e. Louisiana. 

Blizzard John, turnkey, county jail, res. 
Market, n. e. cor. Alabama. 

Blocher George, tinner, res. 68 Indiana av. 

Blodau Henry, messenger, Indianapolis 
National Bank, n. e, cor. Pennsylva- 
nia and Washington, res. 349 e. 
McCarty. 

Bledan John, porter, Helwig, Roberts & 
Co., res. 58 McCarty. 

Blodan John, carpenter, res. 349 w. 
McCarty. 

Blood Irvine, inmate Deaf and Dumb 
Asylum, res. South Bend, St. Joseph 
CO.. Ind. 

Bloomer I. L., lawyer, room 5, Langs- 
dale's blk., 14 n. Delaware. 

Bloomingstalk John, butcher, rear of 774 
n. Tennessee. 



THE QUAKER 



DRY GOODS STORE 



Buy largely and sell quickly; hence the low 
price of their goods. 



See page 42. 



GIVE THEM A CALL. 



Bloomingstock John, lab., res, 599 n. 
Tennessee. 

Blue Angustus M., gas-fitter, 82 w. Wash- 
ington, res. 365 n. East. 

Blue Benson, carpenter, res. 365 n. East. 

Blue Charles G., gas-fitter, 82 w. Wash- 
ington, res. 365 n. East. 

Blue Jerard, farmer, res. 498 n. Illinois. 

Blue Merritt, gas-fitter, Hanning, Ram- 
sey & Co., res. n. East, bet. North 
and Walnut. 

Blue Thomas, (col.,) servant, 410 n. 
Meridian. 

Bluest August, carpenter, bds. 23 Ken- 
tucky av. 

Blume Francis J., street contractor, res. 
27 w. St. Clair. 

Bly John, teamster, res. 399 s. East. 

Bly 0. H. P., policeman, first ward, res. 36 
n. New Jersey. 

Blythe Samuel, steam-fitter, Cottrell & 
Knight, res. 187 s. Alabama. 

Boardman Omar, policeman, sixth ward, 
res. 41 Russell. 

Boase Christian, cigar-maker, bds. 267 
n. Liberty. 

Boaz William, lieutenant of police, res. 
321 s. Pennsylvania. 

Boaz William, receiver in land-office, 
res. 321 and 323 s. Pennsylvania. 

BOAZ WM. MeCLAIN, 

clerk, county clerk's office, res. 321 
and 323 s. Pennsylvania. 

Bobbs J. S., physician and surgeon, 15 
e. Washington, res. near e. Michigan 
road, bet. I. & C. and C. & L C. 
R. R's. 

Bochert Frederick, coppersmith, res. 282 
e. Washington. 

Bock Henry, bar-tender, 65 w. Washing- 
ton, res. cor. South and Illinois. 

BOOKING CABL, 

inventor Arethusa patent gas puri- 
fier, office, room 3, second floor, 48 
s. Meridian, res. 180 s. West. 

Bockshater Martin, clerk, refreshment 
stand. Union depot, res. 342 Virgin- 
ia av. 

Bodenhamer Edwin, printer. Journal Co., 
bds. 61 s. Pennsylvania. 

Bodenmiller Leonard, blacksmith, res. 
140 e. St. Mary. 



Harper's Magazine, (prospectus,) page 80. 



22 



LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 



Architects and Superintendents. 

ROOM 4, VINTON'S BLOCK, OPPOSITE POST OFFICE, 

IWDIANAPOIilS, INDIANA. 



JNO. L. SMITHMYER, IT. S. PATENT AGENT. 

POST-OFFICE BOX, 53. 

A.LEX. IV1ETZGER,'S 

REAL ESTATE AND COLLECTION OFFICE. 

No. 6 ODD FELLOWS' HALL, SECOND FLOOR, 

Indianapolis, Indiana. 

Passage Tickets to California and to and from all parts of Europe. Drafts on all 
parts of Germany, France, England, Ireland and Scotland, Collections made in 
all parts of Europe. All kinds of Military Claims promptly adjusted and collected. 

J". E. F-^^WICIsr E E/, 

DEALER IN 

Pittsburg, Brazil, Highland and Block 

COAL AND LIME. 



Office and Yard, No. 24 West Maryland Street, 



Between lleridian and Illinois Streets, 



I3VI>IANAPOt,IS, INDIANA.. 



BERNHARD MARTIN, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 

COlNn^ECTIONER 

No. 80 East Washington Street, Indianapolis, Indiana. 



Ornamental Cakes, Pyramids, Charlotte Euse, Ice Cream, Water Ices, Jelly, Blumasche, Fromage de 

Pam, Fancy Ice Cream, Pastry, Eomain Punch, Nesselrande a la Paris, Bomb Shell Cream, 

Candles, Buisquit Glace, Plompier, Bread Crackers, Chicken Salad, Bombar 

de Paris, Plum Pudding, Bone Turkey, &c., &c. 

Private Parties furnished with Oysters, Meats, Ice Cream, Jellies, &c. on the shortest notice. 

OYSTER AND ICE CREAM SALOON. 



LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 



23 



Bodman Elam, physician and surgeon, n. 
w. cor, Tennessee and Indiana av., 
res. 148 Blackford. 

Bodenhamer William, printer, Journal 
office, bds. 60 s. Pennsylvania. 

Boehn Charles Gr., moulder, Terre Cotta 
Works, bds. 23 Kentucky av. 

Boenner Henry, butcher, 137 s. Illinois, 
bds. same. 

Boerke Emil, shoe-maker, 218 e. Wash- 
ington, bds. 24 s. New Jersey. 

BOETTICHER JULIUS, 

editor and propr. Indiana Volks- 
blatt, office 164 e. Washington, res. 
166 e. Washington. 

Boetticher Otto, 'printer, Indiana Volks- 
blatt, res. 166 e. Washington. 

Bogard Caroline, (wid.) Cornelius, 
washwoman, res. 260 Pattison. 

Boggs Henry, res. 53 s. Califorinia. 

Boggs Henry, cooper, res. 59 Califor- 
nia. 

Boble Frank, works J. W. Smither & 
Bro., res. 199 Ft. Wayne av. 

Bogurdus William, carpenter, res. 182 
Bates. 

BOHLEN DIEDRICH A., 

architect, room 19, Talbott & New's 

blk., n. Pennsylvania, res. 71 n. 

Noble. 
Bohm John, baker, 202 e. Washington, 

res. 270 e. Washington, up-stairs. 
Bohmie J. H., metalic paint, room 4 

Yohn's blk., cor. Washington and 

Meridian, 
Bohmie John M., coach painter, 26 e. 

Georgia, bds. 67 Madison av. 
Bohmie Nellie M. Mrs., Grand Worthy 

Vice Templar of Ind., I. 0. G. T., 

bds. 67 Madison av, 
Bohn August, machinist, Sinker & Co. 
Bohrmann Peter, bar-tender, 78 and 80 

w, Washington, bds, same. 
Boigmann Henry, lab., res, 479 e. Geor- 
gia. 
Bokern Joseph, watch-maker, 7 w. 

Washington, res. 369 s. Illinois. 
Bolck Henrich, clerk, 143 e, Washington, 

bds, same, 
Bolden Michael, lab,, res. 43 Henry. 
Bolen Edward, lab., res. 205 Huron. 
Bolen John, lab., res. 205 Huron, 
Bolen John, lab., res, 232 s. Missouri. 
Bolen William, day policeman, 4th ward, 

res, 386 w. New York. 
Bolin John, lab., cor. Mississippi and 

Louisiana, res. 232 s, Missouri. 
Bollinger James, (Dreher, Miller & Co.,) 

bds. 112 s. East, 

BOLLMAN FREDERICK, 

propr, Cincinnati bakery, 107 e, 
Washington, 



IF THE PUBLIC WOULD 

SUBDUE MONOPOLIES, 

They should endorse and patronize 

HONORABLE COMPETITION. 

See statements, page 34, 



Bollman Louisa Mrs., Cincinnati bakery, 
res, 107 e. Washingtcm, 

Bolser Albert L., cooper, Dds. 38 Helen, 

Bolser Andrew, cooper, bds. 38 Helen, 

Boiler Peter, painter, 82 e, Washington, 
res, 282 n, Vinson. 

Bombarger David, journeyman carpenter, 
res, 287 Indiana av. 

Bond Alonzo S., R, R, engineer, res. 56 
Bates, 

Bond A. v., shoe-maker, 32 e, Washing- 
ton, res, 183 n, Tennessee. 

Bond Caroline, (wid.) William, res. 47 
Huron, 

Bond Edward, carpenter, Bellefonlaine 
car shop, res. 149 Vincent. 

Bond Joel, feed, sale and auction stable, 
court, in rear p, o,, res, 70 e. Market. 

Bond William, cooper, bds, 163 w. South. 

Bone William, res, 181 Virginia av, 

Bonham Thomas H,, general agt, Frank- 
lin Life Insurance Co., 19 n. Meri- 
dian, res, 257 n. Mississippi, 

Bonerden Charles, drayman, W, J, Holli- 
day & Co. 

Bony Adrian, tin-smith, 41 Forest av, 

Borcher Frederick J., harness-maker, 225 
e. Washington. 

Borgert Anton, cabinet-maker, res. 342 
s, Delaware. 

Borgner Charles, stone-mason, res. 31 
Chatham, 

Borgner John, stone-mason, res, 31 Chat- 
ham, 

Borst John, turner, res. 276 s. Meridian, 

Bossert John, lab., res. 36 Dougherty, 

Bost Frederick, meat market, 22 Bates 
House, res, on canal, outside corpora- 
tion line. 

Boswell John, carpenter, res. 24 Dough- 
erty, 

Boswell John K., wardrobe fruit dryer, 
75 s. Illinois, res. 18 s. Pennsylvania. 

Bothwell Henry, grocer, n, s. Mississippi, 
bet. First and Second, bds, 225 In- 
diana av, 

Botte, Gotleib, baker, Cincinnati bakery, 
bds, 107 e. Washington. 

Bourgonne Stephen, saloon, 139 s. Illinois, 
bds California House. 

Boushet Sopha Mrs., dying and clean- 
ing, 42 Kentucky av., res. same. 



Mrs. Reed's Ice Cream Saloon, page 14. 



24 



LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 



INSURE YOUR LIFE 

Against want in the 

ECONOMICAL MUTUAL 

Life Insurance Co., of Ehode Island, 
See statements, page 82. 



Bowen Martha, (coL,) washer-woman, 
res. 69 Hosbrook. 

Bowen Patrick, lab., res. 42 Anne. 

Bowen Silas' T., (B,, Stewart & Co.,) 18 
w. Washington, res. 82 w. Vermont. 

BOWEN, STEWART & CO., 

(Silas T. B., Mrs. William S., Charles 
G. S., and Alfred D. Clarke,) book- 
sellers, stationers and paper dealers, 
18 w. Washington. See card, page 
46. 

Bower E. A., (A. Reed & Co.,) 212 w. 
Washington, bds. 181 Blake. 

Bower Mary, (wid.) George, res. 77 n. 
Illinois. 

Bower Marietta, inmate Deaf and Dumb 
Asylum, res. Coburn, Tippecanoe 
CO., Ind. 

Bowers Rosetta, (wid.) John, res. 292 s. 
East. 

Bowers Valentine, M. D,, student North- 
Western Christian University, bds. 
364 Massachusetts av. 

BOWKER HARRISOlir, 

groceries and produce, 50 Virginia 
av., res. 54 s. Pennsj^lvania. 

Bowker Willis, clerk, 50 Virginia av., res, 
54 s. Pennsylvania. 

Bowler John, lab., 189 Meek. 

Bowler Mary, (wid.) Martin, res. 331 e. 
Louisiana. 

BOWLES THOMAS H. 

attorney and counselor at law, 64 e. 
Washington, up-stairs, res. 493 n. 
Meridian. 

Bowlus George A., notary public, with 
Wiley & Martin, 10| e. Washington, 
bds. n. s. New York, bet. Meridian 
and Illinois. 

Bowler William, railroader, bds. 331 e. 
Louisiana. 

Bowman Archibald G., journej'man 
painter, res. 295 e. Michigan. 

Bowman George, res. National road, near 
White river bridge. 

Bowman Henry, tailor, res. n, liberty. 

Bowman Henry, brick-moulder, res. 122 
s. noble. 

Bowman James, spoke turner, Indiana- 
polis Agricultural Works, bds. 266 
n. Illinois. 



Bowman Jeremiah, lab., res. w. s. Na- 
tional road, w. White river bridge. 

Bowman R. Mrs., res. 79 n. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Bowser Levi C, grocer and produce 
dealer, 275 Virginia av., res. 277 
Virginia av. 

Bowyer Annie Miss, bds. 6 Pearl alley. 

Boyd Frank A., (Wood & B.,) 15 s. Meri- 
dian, res. 440 n. Meridian. 

Boyd David M., patent rights, res. 117 
s. Alabama. 

Boyd George W., clerk, Bellefontaine 
freight depot, res. 117 s. Alabama, 

Boyd James M., fireman, I. & C. R. R., res. 
200 Bates. 

BOYD JAMES T., 

physician and surgeon, ofhce, 27 
Massachusetts av., res. 117 Massa- 
chusetts av. 

Boyd Richard M., wheelright, Osgood, 
Smith & Co., res. 82 n. Missouri. 

BOYD WILLIAM H., 

played out directory publisher, office, 

— , res. 704 n. Tennessee. 
Boyd William H., telegraph operator, T. 

H. & I. R. R., bds. Spencer House. 
Boyd William T., salesman, Tyler's Bee 

Hive, 2 w, Washington, res. 440 n. 

Meridian. 
Boyce William M., carpenter, res. 303 s. 

East. 
Boyle Bernard, works peg and last fac- 
tory, res 137 High. 
Boyne Catherine, (wid.) Francis B., 

res. 32 Douglas. 
Boyse William, (col.) whitewasher, 81 w. 

Georgia, res same. 
Brack. Ferdinand, watch-maker, bds. last 

house s. East. 
Brackebush Otto, ticket clerk Union 

depot, res. same. 
Bracken Henry, wood sawyer, res 201 

Buchanan. 
Brackin Thomas, (Isgrigg & B.,) res 403 

w. New York. 

BRADBTT DAVID, 

Assessor 6th District Indiana, office 
room 14 p. o. building, res. 235 e. 
Vermont. 

Braden James, (W. & J. B.,) 24 w. Wash- 
ington, res. 181 n. Illinois. 

Braden Leroy W., clerk assessor's office, 
room 14 p. o. bldg., bds. 235 e. Ver- 
mont. 

Braden Patrick, moulder, res. 2 Henry. 

Braden William, (W. & J. B.,) 24 w. 
Washington, res. 473 n. Illinois. 

BRADEN W. & J., 

(W. & J. B.,) stationers, printers, 
book-binders, blank bookmanfs. and 
lithographers, 24 w. Washington. 



See Home Insurance Company, of New Haven, page 14. 



LOGAN'S INDIANArOLIS DIRECTORY. 



25 



Bradley Emmer, clerk general freight 

office, C. & I. C. R. R., bds. Oriental 

House. 
Bradley Jeptha W., clerk Smock & Bro., 

res. 46 n. New Jersey. 
Bradley Jeptha W., (Hollenback & B.,) s. 

e. cor. Washington and Meridian, 

bds. Mrs. Ferguson's, w. Market. 
Bradley William, sen., works Schmidt's 

brewery, res. old brick yard house, 

bet. East and Noble. 
Bradley William G,, jr., res. old brick 

yard, bet. East and Noble. 
Brado Elena Miss, mantau-maker, res. n. 

e. cor. Virginia av. and South. 
Brado Joseph, salesman, Tyler's Bee Hive, 

2 w. Washington, res. 119 w. South. 
Brado Lina Miss, mantau-maker, res. n. 

w. cor. South and Virginia av. 
Brado Thomas, grocer and toy dealer, s. 

e. cor. South and East, res. same. 
Braddock Joseph, salesman, Zeublin & 

Bro., 57 8. Illinois, bds. Little's 

Hotel. 
Bradshaw John, res. 26 e. Vermont. 
Bradshaw John W., master workman's 

dept. institute for blind, res. 164 n. 

East. 
Bradshaw Margai'fet Mrs. (wid.) res. 264 

n. Tennessee. 
Bradshaw & Stumph, (William A. B. & 

John B. S., ) general ins. agts., room 

4 Talbott & New's block, n. Pennsyl- 
vania. 
Bradshaw William A., (B. & Stumph,) 

room 4 Talbott & New's block, res. 

164 n. East. 
Bradamaer Christian, porter,Bellfontaine 

depot, res. 279 Davidson. 
Bradtmueller Henry, porter, Browning & 

Sloan, res. 172 n. Illinois. 
Brady John, boarding house, 25 Indiana 

av, 
Brady John L., trunk-maker, 385 w. New 

York, res. 69 e. Maryland. 
Brahm Otto, barber, 14 n. Pennsylvania. 
Brake John, fireman Central R. R., res. 

424 s. Louisiana. 
Braking Christian, drayman, res. 143 

Union. 
Braken John, carpenter Helwig, Roberts 

& Co., res. 121 s. Illinois. 
Bramble Hamilton G., engineer, res. 872 

n. East. 
Bramer William F., carpenter, res. 144 

e. McCarty. 
Bramner William, pattern maker, Sinker 

&Co. 
Bramnam John, janitor p. c, res. 439 

Virginia av. 
Bramwell John M., book-keeper. Brown- 
ing & Sloan, 7 and 9 e. Washington, 

res. 68 s. Mississippi- 



ST. JAMES HOTEL, 

CINCINNATI, OHIO, 

Is patronized by 

COMMERCIAL TRAVELERS, 



Bramwell Zenas F., engineer, cor. New 

York and canal, res. 124 n. Missouri. 

BRANCH OF THE BAISTK OF 

THE STATE OF INDIANA, n. e. 

cor. Washington and Meridian, 
Brand J. F., office division supt Mer- 
chants' Union Express, bds. 23 n. 

West. 
Brand J. T., mustering officer, 173 w. 

Washington, bds. 23 n. West. 
Brandte Christ., (Brandte, Reasoner & 

Co.,) res. back of store. 
Brandt Henry N., grocer, 546 e. Wash- 
ington, res. same. 
Brandt Hermann, draftsman, D. A. Boh- 

len, room 19 Talbott & New's blk., 

n. Pennsylvania. 
Brandt John G., res. 72 w. South. 
Brandte, Reasoner & Co., (Christ. Brandte, 

William F. Reasoner & Albert Tram- 

er,) grocers and produce dealers, 

first door s. s. national rd,, e. Pogue's 

run. 
Brandp Augustus, locksmith, B. F. 

Haugh & Co., bds. e. Market. 
Branson Anna, inmate Deaf and Dumb 

Asylum, res. Annapolis, Parke co., 

Ind. 
Brantley Charles C, inmate Deaf and 

Dumb Asylum, res. Mount Vernon, 

Posey CO., Ind. 
Brantley Henry H., inmate Deaf and 

Dumb Asylum, res. Mount Vernon, 

Posey CO., Ind. 
BSANSOiN" D. A. & CO., 

(David A. Branson and John W. 

Hosman,) manfs. of ink, shoe polish, 

washing blue, &c., &c., 17 n. East. 
Branson David A., (D. A. B. & Co.,) bds. 

17 n. East. 
Branan Daniel, lab., res. 27 Thomas. 
Branan James, lab., bds. old brick yard 

house, bet. East and Noble. 
Branan John, bricklayer, res. 71 Maple. 
Branan William, lab., res. 129 Dougherty. 
Branan William, lab., res. 204 Buchanan. 
Branan Sarah, (wid.) Andrew, res. 278 

s. Mississippi. 
Branham Edward, (Mayhew & B.,) 129 

3. Meridian, res. 240 n. Tennessee. 
Brasher Charles, conductor, I. & C. R. R., 

bds. Ray House. 



Smokers' Emporium, see page 14. 



26 



LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 



BEIM^SHIR-E 



LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, 



PITTSFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS. 



All Policies Mutual and Non-Forfeitable. 



Annual Casb Dividends paid on rene\ral of all Policies that 
Iiave 1>een in force two years. 



Dividends added to the Policy, often exceed the amount of premiums paid and are 

non-forfeitable, and will be redeemed in cash, on demand. Premiums 

may be paid annually, semi-annually or quarterly. 



Our Cash Assets are nearly $1,000,000. 



Dividends, September, 1866, 44 per cent, and payable the same year as declared, 
always adding, in many cases, to the Policy more than the Premium paid, and on 
Endowment and ten Annual Life Policies, from 60 to 120 per cent, of the annual 
life rate. The Berkshire was chartered in 1851, and is 



ONE OF THE OLDEST IN THE COUNTRY. 



No company stands higher in the ratio of assets to liability. (See Mass. Reports, 
1865.) For the same money or less, we insure you twice the length of time of most 
companies. For instance, a party by paying one year's premium, insures for two 
years and three days from the date of his Policy, giving you one year and three 
days more than ordinary companies. Be sure and see our agents before insuring. 

Ji^^-AGENTS WANTED. 

P. W. BARTHOLOMEW, Attorney at Law, 

No. 25 ¥/est Washington St., Indianapolis, 



LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 



27 



Bratton J. W., compositor, Herald office, 
bds. Hamilton House. 

Brattan William J., huckster, res. 70 n. 
Delaware. 

Bray John S., lieutenant of police, res. 
240 n. East. 

Bray Peter, plasterer, res. 176 Massachu- 
setts av. 

Bredehop Deitrich, expressman, res. 213 
Virginia av. 

Breedlove Bales, farmer, res. 143 Da- 
vidson. 

Breedon Benj. F., salesman, Geisendorflf 
& Co., bds. 21 Fletcher av. 

Brees Isaac, journeyman carpenter, res. 
18 Douglas. ' 

Breen James, lab., res. 339 Vincent. 

Breedlove Louis, lab., res. 35 Bright. 

Brehm Sophia, servant, David Benson, 
206 s. Illinois. 

Brem Frank, carpenter, 98 s. Delaware, 
res. same. 

Bremer William F., carpenter, res. n. w. 
cor. Delaware and McCarty, 

Bremagen Kate, servant, R. S. Dorsey, 
379 n. Pennsylvania. 

Bremerman Cass, (B. & Renner,) res. 285 
n. Alabama. 

Bremerman Frederick, coach-maker, In- 
dianapolis Agricultural Works, res. 
295 n. Alabama. 

BREMERMAN & RENNER, 

(Cass B. & John B. R.,) carriage and 
wagon manfs., 123 e. Washington, 
opposite court house. 

Brenner Daniel, lab., res. 27 Thomas. 

Brener John, butcher, shop 363 w. New 
York, res. same. 

Brennan Thomas, coach-painter, res. Bu- 
chanan, near Virginia av. 

Brenk William, tailor, 12 s. Pennsylva- 
nai, res. 393 e. Michigan. 

Brenker William, cooper, res. 343 n. New 
Jersey. 

Bresha Charles, conductor, I. & C. R. R., 
bds. Ray House. 

Bresnahan Bettie, servant, 410 n. Meri- 
dian. 

Bresnathen Mary, servant, 172 n. New 
Jersey. 

Brets Adam, grocery, 44 w. Louisiana, 
res. 168 s. Illinois. 

Brewer Catherine, washwoman, res. w. 
end Market. 

Brewer Samuel, miller. White Rose mills, 
bds. n. s. Market, bet. Blackford and 
West. 

BREWER MATILDA. A.MRS., 
boarding-house, 17^ Virginia av. 

Brick Margaret, laundress, Ray House, 
bds. same. 

Brickner Robert, brewer,Schmidt's brew- 
ery, bds. same. 



DO YOU DESIRE 

To find 

The Whereabouts of Any One? 

You can do it by calling at 

LOGAN'S CITY DIKECTORY OPFIOE, 

No. \QJ4 East Washington Street. 



Brick Michael, lab., bds. 300 s. Tennessee. 

Bride Mary, (wid.) John, res. 20 Dough- 
erty. 

Brien John, works city gas works, res. 
258 s. Delaware. 

Brier Charles, lab., res. 266 Union. 

Brier William, lab., res. 266 Union. 

Briggs Alfred, farmer, tes. 456 Rosette. 

Briggs Charles H., freight conductor, C. 
& I. R. R., res. 88 s. Liberty. 

Briggs James M., moulder. Root's foun- 
dry, res. 456 s. New Jersey. 

Brigham Charles, supt. Ben Franklin 
printing office, 17 w. Maryland, res. 
329 n. Illinois. 

Brill John, carpenter, res. 77 s. Illinois. 

Brinegar A.. R., student, commercial col- 
lege, bds. 32 Henry. 

Brink Christian, salesman, 29 w. Wash- 
ington, res. 131 n. New Jersey. 

Brink William, tailor, res. 293 e. Michi- 
gan. 

Brinker August, grocer, 174 w. New 
York, res. same. 

Brinkmeyer George, (J. C. B. & Co.,) 104 
s. Meridian, res. 238 n. Davidson. 

Brinkman Charles, livery and feed sta- 
ble, 23 s, Delaware, res. 131 n. New 
Jersey. 

Brinkman John F., grocer, 261 Massa- 
chusetts av., res. same. 

Brinkmeyer Frederick, salesman, 104 s. 
Meridian, res. 234 n. Davidson. 

BRINKMEYER J. C. & CO., 

(John C. B., George B. & Charles 
Kemker,) bonded warehouse, whole- 
sale liquor dealers and distillers, 104 
s. Meridian. See card page 54. 

Brinkmeyer John C, (J. C. B. & Co.,) 104 
s. Meridian, res. 288 n. Liberty. 

Brisbin John V., telegraph operator, bds. 
236 s. Alabama. 

Bristol Anthony I., traveling agent, H. 
Daily & Co., res. 59 w. Maryland. 

Bristor John, flagman, Madison R. R., 
res. 367 Virginia av. 

Bristor Samuel M., carriage-maker, res. 
135 n. Delaware. 

Bristor William A., boots and shoes, 75 
e. Washington, bds. 135 n. Delaware. 

Britney Eugene, carder, Geisendorff's 
woolen factory, bds. Nagle House. 



Ladies' Fashion Bazaar, on page 14. 



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LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY 



CAPJTAL CITY 

VARNISH WORKS. 

H. B. MEARS, 

Manufactures 

Varnishes, Japans and Stains, 

Corner Kentucky Avenue and l^Gssissippi Streets. 
P. 0. Box 150. 



Britton John G., (coL) barber, res. 181 
w. Washington. 

Brittingham Mary S. Miss, bds. 50 n. Il- 
linois. 

Brock James M., blacksmith, Indianapo- 
lis agricultural works, bds. Neiman 
House. 

Brock Robert, carpenter, res. 352 Vir- 
ginia av. 

Brocksmith Henry, blacksmith, res. 122 
Huron. 

Brocksmith Louis, blacksmith, res, 122 
Huron. 

Broden James, moulder. Sinker & Co. 

Broden James, lab., res. 271 e. New York. 

Broden James, machinist, Sinker & Co. 

Broden Michael, printer, Downey & 
Brouse, res. 269 e. New York. 

Brodie George, pastry cook, Bates House, 
res. 31 Bright. 

Brodemeyer Henry G., lab., bds. 367 Vir- 
ginia av. 

Broderick John, machinist, res. 44 n. 
East. 

Broderick Mary, res. 142 Indiana av. 

Broderick John, machinist, res. n. e. cor. 
E^st and Washington. 

Brovles Moses, (col.) school teacher, res. 
■'227- Minerva. 

Broker David, inmate Deaf and Dumb 
Asylum, res. Clark's Hill, Tippeca- 
noe CO., Ind, 

Broker David I., patent right agt., res. 
272 s. Illinois. 

Broking Deitrich, (Henry Stolta & Co.,) 
res. n. e. cor. s. Delaware and Mc- 
Carty. 

Brome Robert, painter, bds. 315 Virginia 
av. 

Brooker Thomas, grocer, cor. Tennessee 
and Sixth, res. same. 

Brooker T., mason, res. 774 n. Tennessee. 

Brooks Elizabeth D., seamstress, 83 e. 
Washington, res. same. 

Brooks George C, salesman, Mclver's, 22 
e. Washington. 

Brooks Henry, carpenter, bds. Ray House. 

Brooksmith Henry, blacksmith. Eagle 
works, res. 122 Huron. 

Brooksmith Lewis, machinist, Eagle 
works, res. 232 Huron. 



Brother Elizabeth, (wid.) John, res. 560 
e. Washington. 

Brouck William, printer, Ben Franklin 
office, bds. Concordia House. 

BROUGH JOHN W., 

State agt. Atlantic Mutual Life In- 
surance Company, Albany, N. Y., 
room 9 Eden's blk. e. Market, res. 
333 s. Alabama. 

Brough David J., patent right dealer, 168 
s. Illinois. 

Brouse Andrew, (A. & D. W. B.,) res. 138 
e. New York. 

Brouse A. & D. W., (Andrew and David 
W.,) carpenters and builders, 130 e. 
New York. 

Brouse Charles W., (Downey & B.,) 27| 
s. Meridian, bds. 92 e. Market. 

Brouse David W., (B. & Irick and A. & 
D. W. B.,) res. 138 e. Nev^ York. 

Brouse & Irick, (David W. B. & William 
C. I.,) flour and feed, 78 Massachu- 
setts av. 

Brouse John A. (Rev.) treas. and financial 
agt. s. e. Ind. conference, res. 92 e. 
Market. 

Brower George, printer, Journal office, 
39 Ellsworth. 

Brower Theodore, printer, W. & J. Bra- 
den, res. 39 JEllsworth. 

Brower Abraham, (col.) hostlei-, 35 Vir- 
ginia av., res. same. 

Brown Albert, policeman, res. 331 s. Me- 
ridian. 

Brown Albert, grocer and produce deal- 
er, 387 s. Delaware, res. same. 

Brown Andrew, inmate Deaf and Dumb 
Asylum, res. Augusta, Marion co., 
Ind. 

BROWN AUSTIN H., 

collector internal revenue 6th dis- 
trict, room 15 p. o. building, res. 290 
s. Meridian. 

Brown Benjamin F,, (Logan, B. & Sipe,) 
2 w. Washington, res. 294 w. St. 
Clair. 

Brown B. Frank., book-keeper, 24 w. 
W^ashington, bds. n. Illinois. 

Brown Carrie V., inmate Deaf and Dumb 
Asylum, res. Boston, Ripley co., Ind. 

Brown Charles, inmate Deaf and Dumb 
Asylem, res. Terre Haute, Vigo co., 
Ind. 

Brown Charles H., journeyman carpenter, 
res. 299 Indiana av. 

BROWN C. W., 

(coL) barber, 395 n. New Jersey, res. 
343 n. Alabama. 

Brown Daniel R., (Evans & B.,) 75 s. 
Meridian, res. Noblesville, Ind. 

Brown Edward L., lab., bds. 35 e. Mary- 
land. 

Brown Frank, lab., res. 294 n. St. Clair. 



Call at the Housekeepers' Emporium, page 38. 



LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 



29 



Brown Eliza A., (wid.) Ellis W. B., board- 
iug house, ns. 174 w. Ohio. 

Brown Ellison, painter, res. 564 n. Illi- 
nois. 

Brown Ezra W., instructor, Deaf and 
Dumb Asylum. 

Brown Ethan A., salesman, 75 s. Meri- 
dian, bds. Wiles House. 

Brown Francis M., (B. & Holman,) 59 w. 
Washington, res. 65 w. Washington. 

Brown George F., operator, W. U. tele- 
graph ofiice, bds. Pattison House, 

Brown George, res. 392 n. Alabama. 

Brown G. F., clerk, 194 and 196 w, Wash- 
ington, bds. 180 w. Washington. 

Brown Henry, salesman, Hume, Adams 
& Co., 26 and 28 w. Washington, bds. 
Pyle House. 

Brown Henry, (col.,) well-digger, res, 
alley, bet. Tinker and Tenth. 

Brown Henry, (col.,) lab., res. 157 Maple. 

Brown & Holman, (Francis M, B. & 
Merrit G. H.) groceries and provi- 
sions, 59 w. Washington. 

BEOWN IGITATIUS, 

lawyer, 8^ e. Washington, up-stairs, 
res. 243 e. South, 

Brown Isaac, plasterer, res, 270 n. Liberty 

Brown James, (col.,) porter, Rockwell's 
dining room, bds. same. 

Brown James, musician, res. 274 Madi- 
son ay. 

Brown James, patent right dealer, bds 36 
n. Delaware. 

Brown James D., paper hanger, Roll & 
Smith, res. 852 n. Alabama. 

Brown James W., ciyil engineer, res. 115 
n. Meridian. 

Brown Jeremiah, (col.,) expressman, res. 
349 n. Alabama. 

Brown Jesse B., age. Pan-Handle R. R., 
res. 145 w. South. 

Brown John, salesman. New York store, 
bds. n. Pennsylvania. 

Brown John, street car conductor, bds. 229 
Massachusetts av. 

Brown John, shoe-maker, res. 148 w. 
Vermont, 

Brown John, plasterer, res. 229 Massa- 
chusetts av. 

Brown John, teamster, res, 567 s. Illinois. 

Brown J. H., 26 s. Meridian, res. 181 
Massachusetts av. 

Brown John H, F., tinsmith, 74 e. AVash- 
ington, res, 365 n. Alabama. 

Brown John G,, grocer, cor. North and 
New Jersey, res. same. 

Brown John L , jailor, s. w. cor. Alabama 
and Market, res. same, 

BROWlSr JOSEPH H., 

coppersmith, 308 Virginia av., bds. 
same. 

Brown Mary, (col.,) servant, J. S, Carey. 



THE ASSETS 

OF THE 

CONNECTICUT MUTUAL 

Life Insurance Company amount to 
OVER tl3, 000,000. 

See facts on page T4. 



Brown M., student commercial college, 
res. 564 n. Illinois. 

Brown Michael, stone-worker and plas- 
terer, Virginia av., cor. First and 
James. 

Brown Mollie Miss, seamstress, 32 s. 
Meridian, up-stairs, res. 192 n. 
Davidson. 

Brown M. L., book-keeper, 81 and 82 Ma- 
sonic Hall, bds. 80 s. Mississippi. 

Brown Patrick, lab., res. 341 s. Delaware. 

Brown Phillip A., lawyer, room 4 Brown's 
blk., n. Pennsylvania, res. extension 
Virginia av., e. city limits. 

Brown Phillip A., (Manlove, Poston & 
Co.,) res. half mile e. end Virginia av. 

Brown Precilla (col.,) 107 s. Noble. 

Brown Richard J., blacksmith res. 118 
Benton, 

Brown Robert D., carpenter, J. S. Carey 
& Co., bds, 274 Madison av. 

Brown R, T, IMrs,, dress-maker, 124 n. 
East, res. same. 

Brown Spencer, (col.,) servant, 285 n. Del- 
aware. 

Brown Thomas A., tinner, bds. SOS Vir- 
ginia av. 

Brown Y/m, H., agt. Journal, res. 31 w. 
Michigan. 

Brown Wm. H., clerk Merchant's Union 
Express Co., Union Depot, res, Mad- 
ison road, beyond city limits. 

Brown Wm. J., clerk in p. o., res. Three 
Notch Road. 

Brown V/m. J., plasterer, res. 286 Vir- 
ginia av. 

Brown Wm. J., (Goth, B. & Co.) res. 
n. e. cor. New Jersey and St. Clair. 

Brown Wm. P., hat manf., 34 Kentucky 
av., res. same. 

Brown Wm. P., lithographer, W. & J. 
Braden, bds. California House. 

Brown Wm, S., (col,.) lab., bds. 230 w. Ver- 
mont. 

Brown Willis, (col.,) lab,, res. 172 w, 
Georgia, 

Browner Roman, lab., res. 28 w. McCarty, 

Browning Edmund, register of public 
land office, room 8 p. o. bldg.. 2d 
fioor, res. 109 Virginia av. 

Browning Frank, clerk, Browning & 
Sloan, bds. 172 n. Illinois. 



For safe Insurance, see page 34. 



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LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 



UNDERWRITER'S AGENCY, 






& 



INSURANCE COMPANIES. 



ALEXANDER STODDARD, General Agent, New York City. 



One Policy Issued in the four Companies. 

M. F. COLLIER, Special Agent for Indiana. CHRISTIAN STAWITZ, Local Agent. 

Rooms, 7 & 8 Eden's Block, No. 77 1-2 East Market Street, 

INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA. 



J. C. GREEN. 



J. T. HOUSTON. 



cr. o. (3-K>EEisr sc oo. 



DEALEKS IN 



DRUGS, MEDICINES, 

CHEMICALS, PAINTS, 

Oils, Brushes, Perfumery, Toilet Articles, 
No. 98 East Washington Street, Indianapolis, Indiana. 



Arctic Soda Fountain, at which is furnished the coldest Soda Water of any flavor, 
during summer months. Call and see and satisfy your thirst. 



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31 



Browning Gordon, hopper clerk, p. o. 

bds. Oriental House. 
BROWNING ROBERT, 

(B. & Sloan, 7 and 9 e. Wash- 
ington, res. 172 n. Illinois. 

BROWNING & SLOAN, 

(Robert B. & George W. S.,) whole- 
sale druggists and apothacaries 
hall, 7 and 9 e. Washington. 
■ Browning Wood, salesman, Browning & 
Sloan, bds. Spencer House, s. Illinois. 

Broyles W. H., student, Commercial Col- 
lege, bds. n.e. cor. Ohio & Mississippi. 

Brubacker Henry W., physician and sur- 
geon, 26 n. Illinois, 82 s. Illinois. 

Bruce Henry, (col.,') barber, 57 n. Noble, 
res. alley, bet. Virginia av. and Penn- 
sylvania, and Maryland and Georgia. 

Bruce Geo. W., messenger, Adams Express 
Co. bds. 32 n. Pennsylvania, res. Cin- 
cinnati. 

Bruel Edward, teacher of music, Indiana 
Female College, cor. .Meridian and 
New York. 

Brueggermann William, school teacher, 
res. 203 n. Davidson. 

Bruening Edward, (E. & J. B.) 6 e. 
Washington, res same. 

Bruening E. & J. (Edward & Joseph 
B.) photographic gallery, 6 e. 
Washington, up-stairs. 

Bruening Joseph, (E. & J. B.,) 6 e. 
Washington, up-stairs, res. same. 

Bruff George, lab., res. 810 n. Noble. 

Bruit Abbey Miss, pupil Hess' Academy 
of Music, bds. same. 

BRUMMER CHARLES, 

music teacher, res. 25 w. Pratt. 

BrundageE. C, livery and sale stable, 223 
e. Washington, res. cor. Market and 
Noble 

Bruner Adam, carpenter, res. 129 Mas- 
sachusetts av. 

Bruner Charles, Machinist, Eagle Works, 
res. 26 w. McCarty. 

Bruner Maggie J., milliner, 129 Massa- 
chusetts av., res. same. 

BRUNER JOHN, 

(Neiger & B.) 660 n. Tennessee, res. 
same. 

Bruning Fred, carpenter, res. 379 s. Del- 
aware. 

Brumnewier Wm., policeman fourth ward, 
res. 232 Blackford. 

Bruns Henry, Drayman, res. 386 n. New 
Jersey. 

Bryan Albert H., physician and surgeon, 
126 8. Illinois, res. 420 n. Delaware. 

Bryan Felix A., druggist, cor. Massachu- 
setts av. and Vermont, res. same. 

Bryan James, foreman. Blind Asylum, 
bds. 74 n. Pennsylvania. 

Bryan Joseph, lab., res. 323 w. Market. 



AT T E N T I O N ! 

A COMFORTABLE HOTEL 

Is to be found in Chicago, 
COR, LAKE AND STATE ST3. 

See front leaves. 



Bryan James W., druggist, Louisiana, 
cor. Illinois, bds. 420 n. Delaware. 

Bryant Alexander, carpenter, res. 318 
Delaware. 

Bryant James G., book agent, bds. 225 s. 
New Jersey. 

Bryant Richard M., mill-wright, works 
for Taggart, s. Pennsylvania, bds. 
Ray House. 

Bryant Robert M., mill-wright, bds. 132 
s. Pennsylvania. 

Bryant Stanley, apprentice, Geo M. Jen- 
nison & Co., bds 20 e. Ohio. 

BRYANT & STRATTON, 

Business College and Telegraphic 
Institute, s. e. cor. Washington and 
Meridian, Hollenback & Bradley 
proprs. 

Bydon Robert T., clerk general ticket 
office C. & I. C. R. R., cor. Virginia av. 
and Delaware, bds. 73 w. Maryland. 

Brysom John G,, traveling agt. Roll, Kim- 
ble & Aikman, 123 s. Meridian. 

Bualt Frederick, lab., res. 563 e. St Clair. 

Buch Hannah Miss., (Phelps &B.,) 177 
e. Washington, bds. 335 e. Louisiana. 

Buchorn Christian, (B, & Knetzer,) bds. 
8. w. Gor. Davidson and Ohio, 

BUCHORN & KNETZER, 

(Christian B. & Frank K.) wagon- 
makers, 17 n. Noble. 

Buchhoin Fred., collar maker, James Sul- 
grove & Son, bds. 293 e. Washington. 

Buchder George, grocery, 52 s. California, 
res. same. 

Buchter John, mechanic, bds. 183 Blake. 

Buoholtc John, shoe-maker 182 w. Wash- 
ington, res. same. 

Buchwalter K. J. Miss, teacher Indiana 
Female College, cor. Meridian and 
New York. 

Buchanan William, (Brown & Co.,) res. 
201 e. St, Joseph. 

Buchanan Charles, clerk, 48 n. Pennsyl- 
vania, res. 23 Massachusetts av. 

Buchanan Cyrus, carpenter, Insane Hos- 
pital, res. opp. Insane Asylum. 

Buchanan George W., carpenter, res. 131 
s. East. 

Buchanan James, inmate Deaf and Dumb 
Asylum, res. Memphis, Clark co., 
Ind. 



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LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 



THE 

CAPITAL EESTAUEANT 

Affords a Capital Meal at 
No. 14' EAST WASHINGTON STREET. 

TEY IT. 



Buchan James, student, Commercial Col- 
lege, bds. 61 Wyoming. 

Buchanan James R., student North-West- 
ern Christian University, bds. 361 
Masachusetts av. 

Buchanan John, lab., res. 300 s. Missouri. 

Buchanan John, boiler-maker, Sinker & 
Co. 

Buchanan John A., carpenter, res. 23 
Massachusetts av. 

Buchanan Milton, brick-mason, res. 291 
n. Liberty. 

Buchanan Oliver II., brick-mason, res. 70 
Indiana av. 

Buchanan William, (Goth, Brown & Co.,) 
res. cor. Maryland and St. Mary. 

Buck Charles, section boss, I., C. & L. 
R. R., res. 80 Biddle. 

Buck Christian, carpenter, res. 162 e. 
Michigan. 

Buck ThomaR H., brakeman, I. & C. R. 
R., res. 114 s. Noble. 

Bucker John, grocer, 113 e, St. Joseph, 
res. same. 

Buckley Jeremiah, tailor, 10^ s. Pennsyl- 
vania, res. 303 Indiana av. 

Buckley John, brakeman, I. & C. R. R., 
res. 32 Lord. 

Buckley Timothy, lab., res. 124 Meek. 

Buckner V/innie, (col.,) servant, 416 n. 
Pennsylvania. 

Buckstahler Charles, clerk, cor. lUiniois 
and Louisiana, bds. Spencer House. 

Buckingham Mary Miss, servant, Nagel 
House. 

Bucksot William, saloon and billiard hall, 
9 Washington, res. 482 n. Illinois. 

BUDD 8z HUFF, 

(John R. B. & J. T. H.,) grocers, 298 
n. Pennsylvania. 

Budd John R., (B. & Huff,) res. 298 n. 
Pennsylvania. 

Buddenbaum Henry, (Charles Prange & 
Co.,) res. n. w. cor. Ohio and David- 
son, 

Buddenbaum Henry, (Prange & Co.,) 
res. 396 e. Market. 

Buddenbaum John A., clerk, Krug's gro- 
cery, bds. s. w. cor. Meek and Noble. 

Budeker Henry, journeyman carpenter, 
res. 314 n. noble. 

Budens Louis, tailor, res. 229 Union. 



Budenz Henry, tailor, res. 266 s. Pennsyl- 
vania. 
BUELL C. H., 

propr. and manfr. of Buell's family 
medicines, 76 e. Market, res. cor. 
W estern and Forest Home avs. 

Buennavel Frederick, baker, 17 n. Penn- 
sylvania. 

Buennager Frederick, baker, res. 355 s. 
Delaware. 

Buenting John, clerk, J. Mueller, 306 e. 
Washington, res. 178 e. Washington. 

Bufkins John C., lawyer, 16| s. Meri- 
dian, res. Pennsylvania, bet. St. 
Clair and Pratt. 

BUGBEE ALVIN W., 

steward, Bates House, n. w. cor. 
Washington and Illinois, res. same. 

Bugg Samuel (col.,) lab., res. 451 e. 
Georgia. 

Buist Missouri, (wid.) Thomas B., res. 60 
California. 

Bullock Daniel D., inmate Deaf and 
Dumb Asylum, res. Coffee Creek, 
Porter co., Ind. 

Bullock James B., (Anderson, B. & Scho- 
field,) 60 s. Meridian, res. 276 n. 
Tennessee. 

Bullock Sarah, servant, 97 n. Delaware. 

Bulsoch John, bar tender, 13 e. Washing- 
ton, res. e. Market. 

Bulsterbamm John, grocery keeper, cor. 
s. Meridian and Madison av., res. 
s^me. 

Bulgamear William, lab., res. 330 e. Mc- 
^Carty. 

Bulk Frederick, drayman, W. I Haskit 
& Co., 14 w. Washington. 

Bumheffer Henry, carpenter, res. 236 
Madison av. 

Bunco Alice, inmate Deaf and Dumb 
Asylum, res. Lafayette, Tippecanoe 
CO., Ind. 

Bunhart John, stone-mason, res. 171 e. 
St. Joseph. 

Bunker Alexander, Blacksmith, U. S. 
Arsenal, res. 129 e. Walnut. 

Bunn John, bds. 60 s. Delaware. 

Bunte John B., ( B. & Dickson,) res. 114 
w. Vermont. 

Buons John, fireman, Central R. R., bds. 
Mrs. Whittimore. 

Burchgraft Henry, gunsmith, U. S. Arse- 
nal, res. 525 e. Market. 

Burchfield Lewis, grocer, s. w. cor. Ten- 
nessee and McCarty, res. same. 

Burdge Dwight, book-keeper. New York 
Life Insurance Co., s. w. cor. Wash- 
ington and Meridian, bds. Pyle 
House. 

Burdick, W. P. & Co., (W. P. B. & Wil- 
liam 0. Mclntire,) auction and com- 
mission rooms, 77 w- Washington. 



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Buvdick William P., (W^ P. B. & Co.,) 77 

"w. Washington, res. w. North. 
Burgess Addie E., student, Indiana Fe- 
laale College, cor. Meridian and 
New York. 
Burgess C. C, dentist, office, room 1, Odd 
"Fellows Hall, res. 420 n. Penns^'l- 
Yania. bet. St, Clair and Pratt. 
Burgess Cornelius N., printer, Journal 

office, res. 262 n. East. 
Burgess Otis A., (Rev.,) pastor Christian 

church, res. 324 n. Delaware. 
Burgess William G., printer, Downey «St 

Brouse, bds. 262 n. East. 
Burgamayer Henrj, lab., res. 419 Vir- 
ginia av. 
Burget Jacob, carpenter, res. 31 Grant. 
Burke Andrew, cabinet-maker, res. 342 

s. Delaware.' 
Burk Christopher, lab., res. 4. Buchanan. 
Burke Dennis, lab., res. s. Tennessee. 
Burke Dennis, porter, Pee, Conduit & Co., 

bds. 27 w. Maryland. 
Burke Edward, clerk, bds. 408 Virginia 

av. 
Burke Eli, National rd., near White river 

bridge, s. side. 
Burke George, saloon, 13 w. Washington, 

res. 164 s. New Jersey. 
Burk Henry, ftaloon, 23 w. Washington, 

res. 94 n. East. 
Burke Henry, stone-mason, res. 344 s. 

Delaware. 
Burke Jacob, book-keeper, res. 164 s. 

New Jersey. 
Burks James, salesman, 66 s. Meridian, 

bds. Oriental House, s. Illinois. 
Burk J. & W. C, Pittsburg coal, 23 Vir- 
ginia av. 
Burk John, (J. & W. C. B.,) res. 254 

n. Tennessee. 
Burk John, carpenter, res. 269 s. New 

Jersey. 
Burk John R., clerk, 23 Virginia av., res. 

49 s. West. 
Burke John W., lab., bds. 269 s. New 

Jersey. 
Burk Lemuel, teamster, res. 323 n. Lib- 
erty. 
Burk Matilda, res. s. California. 
Burk Syldertus, journeyman carpenter, 

res. 71 Jackson. 
Burke Thomas, lab., res. 91 s. West. 
Burke Thomas, stone-cutter, bds. 38 s. 

Tennessee. 
Burke Jacob, book-keeper, res. 164 s. 

New Jersey. 
Burk William C, (J. & W. C. B.,) 23 Vir- 
ginia av., res. n. w. cor. Vermont and 
West 
BURNHAM & EGGAUT, 

(A. G. B. & William E.,) physicians 
and surgeons, 38 w. Market. 



FOR AN AGEJNTCY 

IN THE 

Cincinnati Home Insurance Co, 

In .Indiana, address, 

HENRY A. TIDD, STATE AGENT, 

INDIANAPOLIS. 



Burnham A. G., (B. & Eggart,) 38 w. 

Market, res, same. 
BURNETT JEROME C, 

deputy auditor of State, office 24 
Kentucky av., res. 235 n. Missis- 
sippi. 
Burns Conda, lab., res. 80 Oak. 
Burns D. V., (Bartholomew & B.,) 25 w. 

Washington, bds. 76 e. Ohio. 
Burns James, peddler,res. 233 Dougherty. 
Burns John, (Hinchman & B.,) room 3 
Talbott & New's blk., n. Pennsylva- 
nia, res. 121 n. Illinois. 
Burns John, cooper, J. S. Carey & Co., res. 

259 s. West. 
Burns Johanna, pastry girl, depot dining 

hall, res. same. 
Burns Judas, painter, res. 144 Indiana 

av. 
Burns Judas, painter, bds. 281 Indiana 

av. 
Burns Lee, lab., res. 117 Oak. 
Burns Mary Miss, student, sisters' school, 

res. 223 Dougherty. 
Burns Mary, servant, 158 n. Mississippi. 
Burns Mary, washerwoman, depot dining 

hall, res. same. 
Burns Michael, lab., res. 252 s. West. 
Burns Owen, coal-hauler, res. 251 s. Ten- 
nessee. 
Burns Patrick, general trader, res. 1 Wil- 

lard. 
Burns Patrick, lab., bds. 302 w. Wash- 
ington. 
Burns Patrick, lab., res. 13 Henry. 
Burns William, lab., res. 259 s. West. 
Burns William, porter. Bates House, n. 

w. cor. Washington and Illinois. 
BURNS WILLIAM V., 

lawyer, room 2 Langsdale's blk., 14 

n. Delaware, res. 438 s. Illinois. 
Burris Harry, carpenter, res. 19 IIos- 

brook. 
Burris Thomas F., res. n. s. National rd., 

w. White river bridge. 
Burris Thompson, (col.) lab., res. 229 w. 

Merrill. 
Burrows George W., salesman, 45 and 47 

e. Washington, bds. Pyle House. 
Burrows Luke, (col.) lab., res. 182 w. 

Georgia. 
Burrows Sarah, (wid.) John B., res. 227 

n. West. 



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LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 



CINCINNATI HOME, 



TliB 3LE.A.3DI3SrC3- 



Fire Insurance Company of the West, 



Organized on a solid basis, -with ample security to Policy Holders. Recently intro- 
duced a National Local Agency System. 



OAPIT^^L, ^300,000.00. 



PAEEKT OFFICE, COR. THIED AND SYOAMOEE STEEETS, 



CINCINNATI, OHIO. 



DIKECTORS: 



Chas. C. Reakirt.. ..of .7. & C. Reakirt. 

Joseph Kiusey of Globe Rolling Mill. 

F. D. S. Whetstone, of F. D. S. Whetstone & Co. 

L, C. Hopkins of L. C. Hopkins & Co. 

F. H. Lawson of F. H. Lawson & Co. 

W. W. Hanly of W. W. Hanly & Co. 

Geo. D. Winchell. ..of Winchell, Upson & Co. 

John D. Hinde of Hinde & Porter. 

L. D. Watson of L. D. Watson & Co. 

Geo. W. Hamilton, .of Hamilton, Clay & Co. 



John M. Secrist of J. M. Secrist & Co. 

James Watson Proprietor Henrie House. 

E. H. Barber of Barber, Choat & Naber. 

S. N. Drake, late. . .of Lexington, Ky. 

M. F. Thompson.... of Thompson, Goodrich &. Co. 

Hugh Stewart of H. Stewart & Co. 

J. H. Overdick. ...of H. & C. Overdick. 

H. Schrader of H. Schrader & Co. 

Fred-. Eckstein, late of Suire, Eckstein & Co. 



CIIAS. C. REAKIRT, 

President. 



0. M. GRAY, 

Vice-President. 



C. M. RANSOM, 

Secretary. 



HENRY A TIDD, General Agent for Indiana and Michigan. 

E. B. TIDB &/ BRO., General Agents for Indianapolis and Vicinity. 



Applications for Fire and Marine Insurance receive prompt attention. Business 
conducted upon correct principles and advantagious terms. 



Office, Cor. Washington and Meridian Sts., Indianapolis. 



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Burt A. S., traveling agt., res. 264 e. 

Ohio. 
Burt Gabel B., (col.) lab., res. 83 Ann. 
Burt Henry L., tailor, 26 n. Illinois, bds. 

227 s. West. 
Burt James C, M, D., Deaf and Dumb 

Asylum. 

BURTON DANIEL, 

cooper shop, vr. end XeT7 York, res. s. 
s. Xevr York, bet. Blake and Doug- 
las. 

BURTON JOHN C, 

wholesale boots and shoes, 88 s. Me- 
ridian, res. 445 n. New Jersey. 

Burton Martin, res/346 n. Illinois. 

Burkhart Andrew J., ice merchant, 248 
n. Mississippi, res. same. 

Burkett C. M., brakeman R. R., bds. Lit- 
tle's Hotel. 

Burkytt John ^Y., carpenter, res. 71 Nor- 
wood. 

Burkett Socrates, printer, Ben Franklin 
office, bds. 153 w. Maryland. 

Busch Christian, shoe-maker, 158 w. 
Washington, res. same. 

Busch Jacob, saloon. 251 w. Washington, 
res. same. 

Buscher Henry, sen., saloon keepea, new 
No. 89, old 51, e. South, res. same. 

Buscher Henry, jr., barkeeper,89 e. South, 
bds. same. 

Buscher Henry, brewer, Pearl, bet. Wash- 
ington and Maryland, near Alabama, 
res. 26 s. Alabama. 

Buschie Jacob, switchman. Union depot. 
res. 432 s. East, 

Buser George, night policeman, res. 148 
Indiana av. 

Buser Jacob, porter, M. U. Express Co., 
Union depot, res. 136 s. East. 

Buser Samuel, day policeman, res. 74 w. 
Louisiana. 

Bushong George, carpenter, res. 31 Fay- 
ette. 

Buehrig Henry, wine and beer house, s. 
w. cor. South and Pennsylvania, res. 
same. 

Busher Jacob, switchman, s. Pennsylva- 
nia, res. 434 s. East. 

Bushman Rachel, servant, 26 e. Vermont. 

Buskirk E., phjsician, office and res. 776 

n. Tennessee. 
Busking William, lab., bds. 88 Fort 

Wayne av. 
Busking William, carpenter, Eagle ma- 
chine works, res, 123, cor. St. Clair 
and Fort Wayne av. 

BUSSE SAMUEL, 

policeman, fifth ward, res. 74 w. Lou- 
isiana. 
Bussell Erastus T., patent right dealer, 
res. 258 n, Tennessee. 



THE 

GROVER &c BAKER 

SEWING MACHINE, 

THOS. H, COCHKAK", Agent, 

No. 21 East Washington St, 



Bussell Ben, student, commercial college) 

bds. 258 n. Tennessee, 
Bussell William, student, commercial 

college, bbs. 258 n. Tennessee. 
Bussell William M., book. keeper, 33 s. 

Meridian, bds. 258 n. Tennessee. 
Bust Elizabeth, (wid.) Daniel, res. 382 s. 

Missouri. 
ButBcher George W,, inmate Deaf and 

Dumb Asylum, res. Bear Creek, Jay 

CO., Ind. 
Butler Charles C, pressman. Capital job 

office, res, e. s. Noble, bet. Ohio and 

New York. 
Butler George, general passenscer agt. I., 

C. & L.R.R., res. 73 Huron. 
Butler Marcus, inmate Deaf and Dumb 

Asylum, res. Lagrange, Lagrange 

CO., Ind. 
Butler Ovid D., (Wallace & B.,) res. 257 

n. East. 
Butler William, brick mason, res. 149 

Blake. 
Butsch George X., barkeeper. 247 s. Del- 
aware, res. same. 
BUTSCH JOSEPH, 

ice dealer, res, 68 w. South. 
Butsch Mary Mrs., (wid.) Peter, res- 393 

BUTSCH VALENTINE, 

(V. B, k Dickson,) propr. Metro- 
politan theater, res. 107 w. South. 

BUTSCH V. & DICKSON, 

(Valentine B. & James D.,) lime, 
coal, cement, plaster and hair deal- 
ers, office 27 e. Georgia. See card 
on fly leaves. 

Button William J., principal 4th ward 
school, bds. 75 n. California. 

BUTTERFIELD S. ATT WOOD, 
physician and surgeon, office 366 n. 
East, res. same, 

Butterfieid N, Webster, physician and 
surgeon, office 366 n East, res, same. 

Butterfieid J, Newton, upholster, Hume, 
Adams & Co., 26 and 28 w, Washing- 
ton, res. 326 e. Louisiana, 

BUTTERFIELD JEREMIAH, 
agent American and U. S, Express 
companies, 34 e. Washington, res. 
n. Pennsylvania, bet. Pratt and St. 
Joseph. 



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LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY 



HOUSEKEEPERS' 

em:porium; 

Nos. 56 & 58 East Washington St. 
McCREERY & FAY. 

See pages 33 and 150. 



Butteifield James A., (J. A. B. & Co.,) 22 
w. Washington, res. same. 

BUTTERFIELD J. A. & CO., 

(James A. B., A. B. Williard & M. 
A. Stowell,) music publishers and 
dealers in musical instruments, 22 
w. Washington. 
Butterfield Frank H., bill clerk American 
and U. S. Express companies, 34 e. 
AVashington, bds. 175 n. Tennessee. 

BUTTERFIELD CYRUS S., 

(C. S. B. & Co.,) 85 e. iMarket, res. 
46 e. Washington. 

BUTTERFIELD C. S. & CO., 

(Cyrus S. B. & Fred. Thompson,) 
agts. for Lills' Chicago Brewery Co., 
85 e. Market. See card, opp. brew- 
ers. 

Byers Thomas J., student, North-Western 
University, bds. 40 Christian av. 

BYINGTON WM. W., 

general agt. New York Life Insur- 
ance Co., s. w. cor. Washington and 
Meridian, res. 623 n. Illinois. 

Byrd Henry, (col.,) res. 75 w. Geoogia. 

Byrkit Albert, sawyer, Byrkit & Sons, 
res. 118 w. Georgia. 

Byrkit Davis G., book-keeper, Byrkit & 
Sons, res. 118 W.Georgia. 

Byrkit Edwin M., (B. & Sons,) sash, 
door and blind factory, cor. Tennes- 
see and Georgia, res. 165 s. Tennes- 
see. 

Byrkit Hiram, candy-maker, 32 s. Me- 
ridian, res. 155 n. New Jersey. 

Byrkit Jacob, carpenter, 36 Kentucky 
av.. res. 29 Grant. 

Byrkit John W., (B. & Sons,) cor. Ten- 
nessee and Georgia, res. 71 Nor- 
wood. 

Byrkit Martin, (B. & Sons,) cor. Ten- 
nessee and Georgia, res. 84 s. Ten- 
nessee. 

Byrkit M. & Sons, (Martin, John W. 
& Edwin M. Byrkit,) sash, door and 
blind factory, cor. Tennessee and 
Georgia. 

Byrkit Soc, pressman, Ben. Franklin 
office, res. cor. Mississippi and Mary- 
land. 



Byram Norman S., (Kennedy, B. & Co.,) 
108 s. Meridian, res. 115 n. New 
Jersey. 

Byres George, journeymnn carpenter, 
res. 302 n. Liberty. 

Byxby Edward, book-keeper, Home Mu- 
tual Insurance Co., 64 e. Washing- 
ton, bds. Indiana av. 



/ 'ABINET-MAKER'S UNION, furni 
\J ture manfs, GusLav Stark, supt., 105 

e. Washington. See card, front fly 

leaves. 
Cady A. A. Mrs , (\\id.) Charles W., res. 

24 Circle. 
CADY D. & CO., 

(David C — ,) boots and shoes, 9 Odd 
Fellows Hall, n. Pennsyitania. 

Cady David, (D. C. & Co.,) Odd Fel- 
lows Hall, res. 227*s. New Jersey. 

Cady Elmer E., salesman, D. H. Chase, 

25 e. Washington, bds. 227 s. New 
Jersey. 

Caff John, moulder, bds. Ray House. 
Caffman Jacob, boss carpenter, res. 225 

New Jersey. 
Cage William C, clerk. Wiles House, 

bds. same. 
Cahalane Patrick, lab., res. 130 s. Noble. 
Cahill James, propr. Indianapolis To- 
bacco Works, 87 e. South, bds. Ray 

House. 
Cahill James B., pressman. Herald office 

bds. 128 s. Meridian. 
Cahill John, spinner, Merritt & Cough 

• ler, res, 347 w. Washington. 
Cahill John, policeman, third ward, res 

81 w. St. Clair. 
CahiU John S., lab., res. 219 s. Hlinois 
Cahill Joseph, spinner, Geisendorff's fac 

tory, res. 387 w. Washington. 
Cahill Mary Mrs., (wid.) Hugh C, res 

347 w. Washington. 
Cahill Thomas, carpenter, res. 302 Mad 

son av. 
Cahn Jacob, salesman, 1 Palmer House 

w. Washington, bds. Wiles House, w 

Maryland. 
Cain James, helper, rolling mill, res. 331 

s. Missouri. 
Cain John, inmate Deaf and Dbmb Asj'- 

lum, res. Osgood, Ripley co., Ind. 
Cain Mary A. Mrs., res. 175 e. Louisiana. 
Cain W. H., salesman, 64 s. Meridian, 

res. 144 e. New York. 
Cain William A , engineer, bds. 99 e. 

Georgia. 
CALIFORNIA HOUSE, 

184 s. Illinois, s. Union depot, Ad- 
am Kestner, propr. 



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Cale B. H., student at law, Hendricks, 

Hord & Hendricks, 24J e Washing- 
ton. 
Caldwell Henry W., flour and feed store, 

119 Indiana av., res. 180 w. Michi- 

gnn. 
Caldwell John, (Crossland, Maguire & j 

Co.,) 52 s. Meridian, res. 54 n. Mis- i 

sissippi. I 

Caldwell Samuel, corn-sheller, res. 95 | 

Benton. i 

Caldwell Ihomas G., tailor, 12 s. Penn- ! 

sjlvania. res. 292 e. Washington. | 
Callahan James, carpenter, res. 68 Fay- 
ette. . I 
Callahan John P., fireman, No, 3 engine I 

house, res. 167 e. South. | 

Callahan Michael, lab., res. 202 w. Wal- ' 

nut. ; 

Callahan Oscar J,, carpenter, res. 7 1 

Douglas. j 

Call ihau Otho, student, commercial col- 1 

lege, bds. Railroad House. j 

Calloway Mary E., inmate Deaf and i 

Dumb Asylum, res. Rossville, Clin- I 

ton CO., lud. ; 

Calloway Nancy E., inmate Deaf and | 

Dumb Asylum, res. Rossville, Clin- 
ton CO., Ind. 
Cailison Polina S., inmate Deaf and : 

Dumb Asylum, res. Union Mills, 

Laporte co., Ind. | 

Cambri'ige Harriet, servant, A. B. Wil- ; 

lard. ' 

Cameron George, brick-maker, res. 413 

s. East. 
Cameron J. J., medical student, 15 e. 

Washington. 
Cameron William D., pressman, Capital \ 

Job office, bds. 278 n. Alabama. j 

Cameron William S., steam book and job i 

printer, 8 e. Pearl, res. 278 n. Ala- | 

bama. 
Campbell Andrew, tailor, 334 w. Wash- ; 

ington, res. same. j 

Campbell Charles W., carriage-maker, i 

bds. Pattison House. j 

Campbell Henry, grocery clerk, 312 n. | 

Meridian, res. 504 n. Mississippi. j 
Campbell Jerry R., carpenter, 180 w. i 

Market, res. w. s. Douglas, s. of j 

New York. j 

Campbell John, minister, res. 23 Bright, j 
CAMPBELL JOHN D., | 

publisher, bds. 346 n. Illinois, cor. ' 

Walnut. 
Campbell John S., book-keeper, 20 e. 

Washington, bds 23 Bright. 
Campbell John T., 149 w. Washington, 

bds. 130 n. Mississippi. 
Campbell & Green, (John T. C. & Perry 

M. G..) drugs and medicines, 149 w. 

Washington. 



IF YOU WANT TO PROSPER 



I>- BUSIXESS 



ADVERTISE CONSTANTLY 



AXD 

Compel the Public to 



Campbell Maruce, lab., res. 26 s. Ala- 
bama. 

Campbell Mary, (wid.) George, washer- 
woman, res. 226 Massachusetts av. 

Campbell Richard C, agt., J. Barnard, 
29 w. Pearl, res. 34 Union, 

Campbell Robert, merchant's police, res. 
34 Union. 

Campbell Samuel, book binder, Macauley 
,s; Co., bds. cor. Meridian and North. 

Campbell Samuel, 49 e. Washington, res. 
same. 

CAMPBELL THOMAS, 

foreman. Herald bindery, 16^ e. 
Washington, res. 246 n. Illinois. 

Campbell William, blacksmith, res. 229 
w. South. 

Campbell William, hostler, 35 n. Illinois, 
bds. Mrs. (Cunningham. 

CAMAIS" J. T., 

clerk. Spencer House, n. w. cor. Illi- 
nois and Union depot. 

cana:dt j. W., 

propr. Spencer House, n. w. cor. Illi- 
nois and Union depot. 

Candee John B., clerk. Merchant Dis- 
patch, bds. 32 n. Pennsylvania. 

Candee Wales A., clairvoyant physician, 
42 s. Illinois, bds. same. 

Cangrtna Bridget, servant, 415 Meridian. 

Cangana Mary, servant, 415 n. Merid- 
ian. 

Cannon Wilson B., book-keeper, J. H. 
Baldwin & Co., 6 e. Washington, res. 
551 n. Illinois. 

Cantern Thomas, lab., res. 94 Fayette. 

Cantrill Daniel M., printer, Downey & 
Brouse, res. 279 n. East. 

Cantwell Martin, brakesman, I. & C. R. 
R., bds. Ray House. 

Cantwell Michael, patern-maker. Sinker 
6i Co. 

Cantwell Thomas E., messenger. W. U. 
telegraph office, bds. 132 n. Winston. 

Capital City Omnibus Line, Thomas Ba- 
ker, propr., office 35 n. Illinois. 

Carey Bernard, cooper, res. 287 n. Lib- 
erty. 

Carey Harvey G., (J. S. C. & Co.,) res. 
284 n. Meridian. 

Carey Jf^son S.. (J. S. C. »i Co..) res. 191 
n. Delaware. 



Groceries and Dry Goods cheap of Rout &. Bates. See page 18. 



38 



LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 



McCEEEEY & FAY, 




u mm 



56 AND 58 EAST Vv^ASHINGTON ST, 



Indianapolis^ Indiana, 



WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 



HOUSE-FURNISHING GOODS. 



China. 

Dinner Sets. 
Tea Sets. 

Toilet Sets. 
Vases. 



Glass. 

Jars of all kinds. 
Lamps. 

Cut Glassware. 

Flint Glassware. 



Queenswaare. 

Plates of all kinds. 
Covered Dishes. 

Tea and Coffee Cups. 
Baker's Nappis. 



Mantel Ornaments. 



Bohemian Glassware. 



Cutlery. 



Fine Ivory-Handled Knives. 
Table Knives and Forks. 
Carvers and Forks. 
Game Carvers. 

Fine Scissors, &c. 



Fine-Plated Goods. 

Spoons, Forks. 

Castors and Waiters. 
Tea and Coffee Sets. 
Ice Pitchers. 



Toilet-Ware, &c. 



Japaned Wares. 

Tea Trays. 

Toilet Sets. 

Bathing Tubs. 

Birdcages, Ac. 



Butter Dishes, &c. 



In great Variety. 



House-Furnishing Goods. 



Refrigerators and Ice Boxes. 

Water Coolers and Filters. 
Ice Cream Freezers. 

Planished Tinware. 

Plain and Stamped Tinware. 

Japaned Tinware. 
House-Furnishing Hardware and 
Kirtchen Utensils of all kinds. 
Brooms and Feather Dusters. 
Laundry Furnishings. 



Wooden and Wi!!ow-Ware. 

Insect-Proof Cedar Chests. 

Cedar Buckets, Tubs, &c. 

Tubs, Pails and Wooden Bowls. 
Corn and Feed Baskets. 

Patent Step-Ladders. 

Willow Baskets. 
Clothes Baskets. 
Clothes Hampers. 
Willow Chairs, Rockers, &c. 
Novelty Clothes Wringers. 



Enameled Kettles, &c., &c. 



Champion Clothes Wringers. 
Meal Chests, &c., &c., &c. 



See continued list on ps»g& I50o 



LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 



39 



Carey J. S. & Co., (Jason S. C. & Har- 
vey G. C.,) machine coopers, foot w. 
Georgia. 

Carey Patrick, porter, Bates tlouse, res. 
same. 

Carey Anna, inmate Deaf and Dumb 
Asylum, res. Lagro, Wabash co., Ind. 

Cary Andrew J., traveling agt., res. 27 
Chatham. 

Cardwell James E., lab., res. 65 Missouri. 

Cariden Lawrence, lab., res. 354 s. West. 

Carigg Mary Jane, inmate Deaf and 
Dumb Asylum, res. Calumet, Porter 
CO., Ind. 

Carico Nannie Mr^.; (wid.) John, res. 43 
Dougherty. 

Carl John, (col.) lab., res. 182 Huron. 

Carleton George T., salesman, W. & J. 
Braden, 24 w. Washington, bds. 174 
e. New York. 

Carleton James M., horse insurance agt., 
res. 174 e. New York. 

Carleton Philip J., messenger, American 
Express company, res. 174 e. New 
York. 

Carlisle Ann M,, (wid.) res. 117 n. Mis- 
sissippi. 

Carlisle Hugh D., printer. Journal Co., 
bds. Commercial House. 

Carlisle John, propr. Capital Mills, n. e. 
cor. Market and Canal, res. 260 w. 
Washington. 

Carlisle William, jr., book-keeper. Capital 
Mills, n. e. cor. Market and Canal, 
res. 260 w. Washington. 

Carlon John, pressman, Downey & Brouse, 
bds. St. Nicholas restaurant. 

Carmichael Jesse D., (Todd, C. & Wil- 
liams,) 33 e. Washington, res. 456 n. 
Meridian. 

Carmichael Thomas, lab., res. 64 Doug- 
lass. 

Carnahan A. McDowell, student, North- 
western Christian University, res. 
410 n. Delaware, 

Carnell Joseph, carpenter. Eagle Machine 
works, res. cor. St. Clair and Fort 
Wayne av. 

Games Margaret, (wid.) Henry, res. al- 
ley bet. East and Liberty. 

Carpenter Benjamin 0., marble dealer, 
res. 165 e. South. 

Carpenter Edwin, (C. & Co.,) res. 357 n. 
East. 

Carpenter Henry W., carpenter and join- 
er, bds. Ray House. 

Carpenter John, journeman carpenter, 
res. 197 n. Illinois. 

Carr Charles W., bricklayer, res. 82 e. 
St. Clair. 

Carr James M., (R. S. & J. M. C, ) saddles, 
harness, &c., 70 w. Washington, bds. 
490 n. Meridian. 



DAYTON, OHIO, 



CONTAINS AT LEAST 



ONE FINE HOTEL 



See the cut, on page 102. 



Carr Ezra M., carpenter, res. 215 n. Mis- 
sissippi. 

Carr George, machinist, res. 420 e. Geor- 
gia. 

Carr George W., clerk, 199 Massachusetts 
av,, res. same. 

Carr John, peddler, res. 355 Spring. 

Carr John W., bricklayer, bds. 82 e, St. 
Clair. 

Carr Omer B., book-keeper, (R. S. & J. 
M. Carr,) bds. 490 n. Meridian. 

Carr Richard, street contractor, res. 351 
e. McCarty. 

Carr R. S. & J. M., saddles, harness, &c., 
70 w, Washington, 

Carr Roland S., (R. S. & James M. C.,) 
saddles, harness, &c., 70 w. Washing- 
ton, res. 490 n. Meridian. 

Carr Thomas, grocer and produce dealer, 
n, w, cor. Merrill and Missouri, 

Carroll John, lab., res. 396 s, Missouri. 

Carroll Michael, lab., res. 369 s. Missouri. 

Carroll Michael, lab., res, 144 s. Missouri. 

Carson John, engineer. Bates House, res. 
76 s. Missouri. 

Carson Pryor G., coal dealer, 23 w. Ma- 
ryland, res. 62 s. Pennsylvania. 

Cartland Anna, servant, 402 n. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Carter Alice Miss, servant, 176 s. New 
Jersey. 

Carter Anson B,, cash boy, 68 e, Wash- 
ington, res. 440 n. New Jersey. 

Carter Brice M., journeyman carpenter, 
res. 540 n, Mississippi. 

Carter Charles E,, res. 121 n. Illinois. 

CAKTER DAVID E., 

physician and surgeon, office 79 n. 
Illinois, res. same. See card page 10. 

Carter Edward, (col.) barber. Bates 
House, bds. 311 n. Alabama, 

Carter George, (Leathers & C.,) room 3 
Odd Fellows Hall, res, 544 n. Ten- 
nessee. 

Garter George H., (Haynes & C.,) 40 w. 
Washington, bds. 169 n, Illinois, 

Carter Henry, machine tender, Braden's 
paper mill, bds. Nagle House. 

Carter Jesse B., works McCord & Wheat- 
ley, res. 440 s. Alabama. 

CARTER JOHN W., 

agt. Adams Express Co. at Union 
depot, res. 131 e. South. 



See Auction and Commission House, page 18. 



40 



LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY 



GO TO GLENNS' 



SELECTION OF DRY GOODS 



NOTIONS. 



Carter John, (John S. Spann & Co.,) room 
2 Brown's blk., cor. Pennsylvania 
and Washington, res. 440 u. New 
Jersey. 

Carter John, clerk, 25 n. Pennsylvania, 
bds. 131 e. South. 

Carter Joshua, journeyman carpenter,res. 
412 n. East. 

Carter Richard, (col.) white washer, res. 
38 Bates. 

Carter Sanford A., engineer, J., M. k I. 
R. R., res. 294 s. Alabama. 

Carter William, (coL) (Hill & C.,) bar- 
ber, 14 Bates House, res. 119 n. 
Missouri. 

Carter William E., saloon, 87 s. Illinois, 
bds. Commercial House. 

Cartington James, plasterer, res. 312 e. 
North. 

Carvin John, perfume manf., res. 140 s. 
Meridian, 

CASEELONE., 

prest. and supt. Indianapolis Agri- 
cultural works, res. 346 n. Meridian. 

Case Henry, shoe-maker, res. 166 e. 
iMarket. 

Case John E., engineer, McCord & Wheat- 
ley's planing mill, res. 250 e. Market. 

Case John L., engineer, res. 28 Bates. 

Case Lyman, carpenter, Indianapolis 
Agricultural works, res. 37 Blake. 

Casey John, porter, 74 w. Washington, 
bds. near Lafayette depot. 

Casey Michael, lab., bds. 521 e. Georgia. 

Casey Michael, harness-maker, 70 w. 
Washington, res. 114 w. Georgia. 

Casey Patrick, lab., res. 493 e. Georgia. 

Casey Patrick, lab., res. 324 s. Delaware. 

Casey Patrick, lab., res. 107 Hosbrook. 

Cashman Martin, varnisher, res. 183 
Meek. 

Cashaman Martha Miss, dress-maker, bds. 
last house s. East. 

Cassil Harry, printer. Commercial office, 
17^ w. Washington, bds. 189 s. Ala- 
bama. 

Cassil ]Michael, works Rolling Mill, res. 
63 Wyoming. 

Cassidy Mary, servant, John Night, 304 
n. Delaware. 

Cassy Thomas, fireman, res. 105 w. Mich- 
igan. 



Caststed Charles E., lab., res. 361 s. Del- 
aware. 

Castin Henry, teamster, McCord & Wheat- 
ly, bds. n. w. cor. West and Ohio. 

Castetter Hiram D., druggist, 98 e, 
Washington, res. 121 n. Tennessee. 

Castol John, res. s. s. National rd., w. 
White river bridge. 

Castle Ruben, painter, bds, 189 s. Ala- 
bama. 

Cat Milton, bonnet-frame maker, res. 56 
s. Illinois. 

Cathro David R., salesman, New York 
store, bds. Wiles House, cor. Mary- 
land and Illinois, 

Cathcart Andrew, machinist, res. 258 s. 
New Jersey. 

Cathcart Robert W., book-keeper. 5 e. 
Washington, res. 258 s. New Jersey. 

CATHERWOOD HENRY H., 
supt. Citizens' Street Ry., office, 140 
8. Illinois, res.236 e. Market. 

Catherwood Joseph, traveling agt., 48 s. 
Meridian, bds. 314 w. New York. 

CATLIN & GARDNER, 

(William W. C. & Harvey R. G.,) 
millinery and straw goods, 46 w. 
Washington. 

Catlin AVilliam G., (C, & Gardner,) 46 w. 
Washington, res. 44 n. Mississippi. 

Catterson Elizabeth, (wid,) Robert, res. 
57 Maple. 

Catterson Robert F., foreman, 67 and 69 
w. Washington, res. 80 s. Missis- 
sippi. 

Caton Frank, engineer, res. 29 Pine. 

Caton John, lab., bds. 49 s. West. 

Caulfield T. N., music teacher, 89 n. Del- 
aware, res. same. 

Cavano Mathew, spoke grinder, res. 35 
Eddy. 

Cavanaugh Edward, lab., res. 23 Rose. 

CAVEN JOHN, 

ex-mayor and lawyer, over 20 e. 
Washington, bds. Bates House. 

Cavin Mary, (wid.) John, res. 33 Bates. 

Caylor Jacob, horse dealer, res. 321 n. 
West, 

Caylor Rachael. (wid.) George, res. 197 
Meek. 

Ceary James, moulder, res. 151 Bicken. 

Ceasey Patrick, lab., res. 497 e. Georgia. 

CECILE SISTER, 

superioress, St. Mary's school, rear 
St. Mary's Irish Catholic church, 
res. same. 

Cegler John L., saloon, 211 w. Washing- 
ton, res. same, 

Cepenski Amon, peddler, bds. 79 w. 
South. 

Cepenski Jacob, peddler, bds. 29 w. 
South. 

Chall Ellen, servant, 190 e. Market. 



For Builders' Castings, see page 18. 



LOGANS IXL'lAZsAPOLIS DIRECTOEY. 



41 



, Ten- 
H. R. 



02 i 



Chaler Kenrr. lib . E-llef:- 

shop, res. 225 s. A". / .:_ . 
Chamber of Commerce. 7 Z .:i 

Vinton's 'f-l: . :;;^ ■ 
Chambers, A':: -in: i^.t! e: I 

dry, res. io- r. I.^l::;, 
Chambers Charles S : : .t 

brewerv. res, e = Ililie 

York a-^I VtVI-i.:. 
Chambers Jai-rS 1:. , res. 57 

nessee. 
Chambers John G.. c:r:iu;::r. 

K^ bds. Sherman E : : e e . 
Chambers Sarah, (wid. .' : ■ :j : 

Indiana aT. 
Chambers Thoma^, lab., ol' n. I'/Jn::: 

res. same. 
Chamners Seth M^ messenger Azieri; .: 

Express Co.. C. & I. C. :::::.: :ei. 

Richmor i ii^ 1 
Champion Vi :; . -, rressmin. Ee:::.ll 

of&ce, res. 155 s. Meridian. 
Champson Joseph, stone-sawyer. ':Is. '11 

Kentucky av. 
Chandler E.. salesman. Xew York s:;re. 

res. cor. Xew York and Delavrire. 
CHAIs DLER F., 

general ii:ke: &gz., C. «k I. C. H. K.. 

cor. Virginia av., and DelaTr,: e, 
Chandler George, primer, W. i: ,", Z: ,- 

den, res. 176 w. Mizkig .' . 
Chandler H. C, (H. C. C, ic C... s. vr. 

cor. Wasii:ng::n ani Meriliac, res. 

vr. Vernzn:.^ 
CHANDLER H. C. & CO.. 

^H. C. C. :: Z-:~e Me::::. 'e::r:-v- 

ers and rri- -rs.'s. ^, ■;;-. ^7ii£i-g- 

ton and Meii l:..^. 
Chandler Th; U.S. I^jler i Co.. PZ --is 

foundry, res. £4 n. California. 
Chandler William, paper bags, wra"':.r. 

manilla --I rr:-::rr 7Zer . £ 

Meridia:! ;i _"- ~ " t : :i.: 
Chandler -ZZmi Z. z :.:--z-z^:.'i::. 

Chanles Z^;-;^ Z^^km^n re^ l"" s. 

Nocle. 
Chapin James ZZ. clerZ. - :5.e:ii.g fii.i 

disbursing ;m:e. res 2 — Zi.s:. 
CHAPMAN GEORGE H., 

judge of Mariin crimi-^l ::_:::. 

office, 3 Langsiale s c.Z z.. Z z'.:.- 

ware, res. 7 
Chapman Day id 

B. Osgcil 

Indiana ..t 

Mississipri. 
Chapman Jennie 

York. 
Chapman Xanev 

Dumb AsT-lui 



GROVER 6c BAKER 

SIWIXG AIACHIXE?, 



LHZZ:!::-TOX STEEZ: 



tuii'man 



te:. lirZ- 

Chapman 5:.— . 

Washing- 



Liia:e Deaf and 
Z::-sville. Boone 



CZirles E::Zird. 



;Zarles s: E: 



R:Ze. ::5. 328 
s. £74 Virri-ii 



I H., bcozs and shoes. 25 e. i 

:g:i.. Glenn's blk.. res. e. 'i 

:-.z. ■:!.. beyond city limirs. | 

:.- salesman. 25 e. Washins:- \ 



:, Xo. 2. res. 1£S e, Xe"^ Yirk. 
TeirzeE.. crera::r, W. r, -le- 



r res 130 

ier. res. U6 



J;Zn 



w. Ohio. 
C. rain:e: 



. servaz:. r.o e. _n 

I . :rma:e Deaf s 
1. res. Zirnsville. Bo; 



60 



F.e:c::er »y. 
ZZiZ'ers J.shua, (coL,) res. 51 Hosbrook 

:::Z.ie:5 Zishua, lab., McCord i Wheat- 
> : is. 315 Elm. 

CZilicis Zevi-a, ,;wid. : Alesa-ier. res 

CZilZers l^arr' L. -rvii." VTii::,-. re; 

237 s. Xe^ Jersev. 



See statement Cincinnati Home Insurance Company, page 34. 



42 LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 

JOHN WOODBRIDGE & CO. 

IMPOBTEBS OF 

mimm, china m mmu. 

Plated- Ware and Table Cutlery, 
I\"o. 16 WEST WASHINGTON STREET, 

AMERICAN LEG AND ARM CO. 

No. 237 East Washington Street, Indianapolis, Indiana, 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

URN'S NATIONAL AUTOMATIC ARM, 

This Arm is adopted into the Army and Navy by the Surgeon General, in his cir- 
cular Order, May 13, 1865. 

QUAKER DRY GOODS STORE. 



JTOHIVX^UR^IVAS & CO. 

DEALEBS IN 

STAPLE and FANCY DRY GOODS, 

Notions, Flannels and Woolen Goods, 

COTTON AND WOOLEN YARNS, CLOTHS, 

Cassimeres and Vestings, 

And everything in our line that makes life comfortable and pleasant, at 

No. 68 EAST WASHINGTON STREET, INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 
A fine Confectionery and Ice Cream Saloon. See page 22. 



LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 



43 



Clnlson Sarah E., inmate Deaf and Dumb 
Asylum, res, Kendalville, Noble co., 
Ind. 

Chipman Leonidas, life insurance solic- 
itor, s. e. cor. Washington and Meri- 
dian. 

Cliisim Robert, (col.,) lab., res. 350 "w. 
North. 

Chives Enos B,, (col.,) shoe-maker '.327 e. 
Washington, res. 191 Huron, 

Chollest Louisa, (wid.) Henry, dress- 
maker, n. Mississippi, res. same. 

CHRIST CHURCH, 

(Episcopal,) n. s. Circle, cor. Meri- 
dian. ' 

Christian Church, s, w. cor. Delaware and 
Ohio, Rev. A. A. Burgess, pastor. 

Christian Iske, striker blacksmith, res, 
427 Virginia av. 

Christian Wilmer F,, (Shover & C.,) bds. 
278 n. Pennsylvania. 

Christirson Thomas, brick-mason, res. 
319 s. Delaware. 

Christison David, brick-layer, res, 103 
Hosbrook. 

Christison Thomas W., brick-mason, res. 
288 Madison av. 

Christman P. P., teller, Merchants' Na- 
tional Bank, 48 e. Washington, bds, 
27 w. Maryland. 

Christy Albert, saloon, 2G w. Lousiana, 
res. 13 e. South, 

Christy Hester, (col.,) servant, 299 n. Ala- 
bama, 

Christy Israel, (col,,) lab., res. 29 Harris, 

Christy James, lab., res, 344 w. North. 

Christy Wm., (col,,) driver, 57 w. Wash- 
ington, res. 344 Blake. 

(Jhriy Leonard, cooper, res. 230 s. Illinois. 

Chultz Philip, lab., C. & I. Central R. R, 
freight depot. 

Church Henry C, news agt., res, 123 n. 
West. 

Churchman W. H., supt. Institute for the 
Blind, res. same. 

Churchman Francis M., (S. A, Fletcher 
& Co.,) 30 e, Washihgton, res. old No. 
56 n. Alabama. 

Churchwell David, (col.,) lab., res, Allen, 
bet. Tinker and Tenth. 

Cingel Apton, clerk, 14 n. Pennsylvania, 
bds. 80 s, Delaware. 

CIlSrCINNATI BAKERY, 

Fred. Bollman, propr., 107 e. Wash- 
ington, 

CITIZENS' NATIONAL BANK 

4 e, Washington, I. Mansur, prest,, 
Joseph R. Haugh, Cashier. 

CITIZENS' STREET RY., 

general office, cor. w. Lousiana and 
Tennessee, ticket office, 140 s, Illi- 
nois. 



THE BERKSHIRE 



BIG DIVIDENDS 



See page 26. 



CITY AUDITOR'S OFFICE, 

Glenns' blk., e. AVashington, John G. 
Waters, auditor. 

CITY CLERK'S OFFICE, 

Glenns' blk, e. Washington, Daniel 
M. Ransdell, clerk. 

CITY COUNCIL CHAMBER, 
Glenns' blk., e. Washington, Daniel 
Mocauley, mayor. 

CITY ENGINEER'S OFFICE, 
Glenns' blk,, e. Washington. 

CITY JUDGE'S OFFICE, 

Glenns' blk., e. Washington, J. N. 
Scott, city judge. 

CITY TREASURER'S OFFICE, 
Glenns' blk., e. Washington, R. S, 
Foster, city treas. 

CITY DIRECTORY OFFICE, 
Logan & Co,, publishers, 16| e. 
Washington, Herald bldg. See intro- 
ductory. 

CITY GAS WORKS, 
187 s. Pennsylvania. 

CITY HOSPITAL, 

n. w. of city limits, at terminus Indi- 
ana av., G. V. Woolen, supt. 

Claffey Mrs., (wid.) Frederick, res. 48 
Bicking. 

Claffee Frederick, carpenter, res. 38 
Dougherty. 

Claffin Charles C, (Treat & C.,) 39 n. 
Pennsylvania, res. 489 n. Meridian. 

Clancey Mathew, (Milender & C.,) 18 s. 
Meridian, bds. Wiles House. 

Clafty Christ, drayman, res. 381 Vir- 
ginia av. 

Clark Alfred D., (Bowen, Stewart & Co,,) 
res. 117 n. Mississippi. 

Clark Benjamin, railroader, bds. 101 n. 
Mississippi. 

Clark Charles, pump-maker, bds. 128 w. 
First. 

Clark Edward W., associate editor. Times 
and Witness, res. 373 n, Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Clark Emmet R., messenger, Journal 
office, bds, 302 e. Georgia, 

Clark Frank, (col.,) wood-sawyer, res. 
162 Elizabeth. 

Clark George; physician, room No. 1 
Miller's blk., n. Illinois. 

Clark Hampton, sawyer, (Helwig, Rob- 
erts & Co.,) res. 256 Indiana av. 



See card Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Company, page 74, 



44 



LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 



TAKE A POLICY 



CINCINNATI HOME 



See page 34. 



Clark Hugh, carriage-makei", res. 213 
Massachusetts av. 

Clark Isaac, brick-moulder, bds. 248 s. 
Meridian. 

Clark John, miller, 146 s. Pennsylvania, 
res. 222 Bluff Road. 

Clark John, blacksmith, cor. Plum and 
Massachusetts av, 

Clark John T., horse-shoer, 60 e. Mary- 
land, bds. 106 s. Pennsylvania. 

Clark Katy, servant, 381 s. Alabama. 

Clark Wilton L., blacksmith, res. 52 
Eddy. 

Clark Rebecca Mrs., (wid.) William, res. 
410 s. Tennessee. 

Clark Reuben 0., journeyman carpenter, 
res. w. s. Mississippi, bet. North and 
Michigan. 

Clark Sarah Miss, bds. s. s. National rd., 
near White river bridge. 

Clark Sarah Mrs., milliner, 15 Massachu- 
setts av., res. same. 

Clark William, merchant tailor, 26 n. 
Illinois, res. 172 w. Ohio. 

Clark William H., salesman, 26 n. Illi- 
nois, res. 172 w. Ohio. 

Clark William T., agt., Erie Transporta- 
tion Co., 94 Virginia av., res. 27 
Lockerbie. 

Clark William T., sen., grand vsrarden, 
Grand Lodge Masons. 

Clark W. A., (Landers & Co.,) 58 s. Me- 
ridian, res. Clayton, Ind. 

Clark Wilson, (col.,) lab., res. 230 n. Mis- 
souri. 

Clarkson Joseph R., printer, Ben. Frank- 
lin ofi&ce, res 186 n. Delaware. 

Clary David F., (Clary & Sons,) res. 63 
e. McCarty. 

Clary D. R. & Sons, (David R., W. I. P. 
& D. F. Cary,) grocers, 63 e. Mc- 
Carty. 

Clary David R., (Clary & Sons,) Bluff 
rd., beyond city limits. 

Clary James, lab., res. 127 Maple. 

Clary John W., machinist, res. 206 Ha- 
ven. 

Clary Patrick, lab., res. 104 Douglas. 

Clary Worthington J. P., (Clary & Sons,) 
res. 63 e. McCarty. 

Clay Hilary, (A. Jones & Co.,) 76 s. Me- 
ridian, res. 23 w. Ohio. 



Clay John II., (col.,) lab., Smithers & Co., 
bds. 243 vf. North. 

Clayton Charles, carpenter, res. 3 Wil- 
liard. 

Clayton L. W,, salesman, 66 e. Market, 
res. w. New York. 

Claypcol Minerva, vj., (wid.) Newton, 
bds. n. e. cor. School and Huron. 

Cleary John W., machinist, res. 206 Hu- 
ron. 

Cleaver Wooster B., flagman, cor, Wash- 
ington and Noble, res. 384 e. Market. 

Cleavland Calvin C, painter, 58 n. Penn- 
sylvania, bds. 285 n. Michigan. 

Clem Aaron, (A. C. & Bro.,) 145 n. Dela- 
• ware, res. 173 Massachusetts av. 

Clem A. & Bro., (Aaron C. & W. F. Clem,) 
grocers, 145 n. Delaware. 

Clem William, butcher, res. 34 Helen. 

Clem William F., (A. C. & Bro.,) 145 n. 
Delaware, res. 266 n. Alabama. 

Clemens William, teamster, res. 271 w. 
Merrill. 

Clement John, carpenter, res. 481 Ro- 
sette. 

Clemner Edwin P., boiler-buster, B. F. 
Haugh & Co., bds. 80 s. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Cleft Belle Miss, pupil, Hess' Academy 
of Music, bds. in academy. 

Clem Patrick, (C. & Bro.,) res. 454 s. 
Illinois. 

Clinas Isaac, painter, res. 234 s. Missouri. 

Cline Nicholas, shoe-maker, 283 Massa- 
chusetts av., res. 361 Spring. 

Cline Michael, (C. & Bro.,) res. 174 s. 
Meridian. 

Cline Peter, huckster, res. 116 s. East. 

Clinger Lucy, servant, 14 s. Mississippi. 

Clinker Broomer E., brick-mason and 
plasterer, bds. Ray House. 

Clinton John R., deputy city clerk, 
Glenns blk., bds. n. Tennessee, first 
house n. drug store. 

Clippinger George W., physician and 
surgeon, office 28 n. Delaware, res. 
335 n. Pennsylvania. 

Clocky Christian, lab., res. 55 Charles. 

Cloffy Conard, drayman, res. 69 Huron. 

Close William, (Robertson & C.,) 10 e. 
Washington, bds. n. Pennsylvania. 

Closman Ondon, dyer, bds. 52 s. Califor- 
nia. 

Cluesmann Charles, mechanic, s. w. cor: 
Washington and Meridian, bds. 51 
s. California. 

Clump Frederick, works Meikel's brew- 
ery, res. cor. Maryland and Mis- 
souri. 

Clune Mary, (wid.) John, mattress- 
maker, res. 372 s. Tennessee. 

Cly Samuel, basket-maker, res. 227 w. 
Merrill. 



Smithmyep &. Enos, Architects. See page 22. 



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45 



Coats Sarah A., (wid.) Isaac C, res. 172 

w. Michigan. 
Cobb Edward A., (Hay & Co.,) 48 w. 
Washington, bds. 222 n, Tennessee. 
Coble Daniel, rag merchant, res. 99 IIos- 

brook. 
Coble George R., journeyman carpenter, 
res. e. side Blake, bet. New York 
and Ohio. 

Coble John N., jobber, bds. 99 Hosbrook. 

Coble Samuel, journeyman carpenter, 
res. e. s. Douglas, bet. New York and 
Vermont. 

Coburn Adaline, ladies' boarding house, 
273 n. Noble., • 

Coburn Henry, (C. & Jones,) cor. Mis- 
sissippi and Georgia, res. 125 e. 
New York. 

Coburn & Jones, (Henry C. & William 
H. J.,) dealers in lumber, lath and 
shingles, cor. Mississippi and Geor- 
gia. 

COBURN JOHN, 

lawyer and U. S. Representative, 
office, room 5, Langsdale's blk., res. 
126 e. Ohio. 

Cochlane Lucy Miss, teacher, intermedi- 
ate department, eighth ward school, 
bds. 229 South. 

Cochran Emily B. Miss, saleswoman. 
Grower & Baker's Sewing Machine 
Co., room 21 e. Washington, bds. 187 
e. Ohio. 

Cochran Henry, boiler maker, Sinker & 
Co. 

Cochran Jesse H., book-keeper. White 
Rose Mills, res. 27 n. California, 

Cochran Samuel, journeyman carpenter, 
res. 424 n. Mississippi. 

COCHRAN THOMAS M., 

general agt., Grover & Baker Sew- 
ing Machine Co , 21 e. Washington, 
res. 187 e. Ohio. See corner cards. 

Cochran William A., carpenter, res. 420 
s. Illinois. 

Cochran James, works gas works, res. s. 
of Madison depot, on R. R. track. 

Cochran Thomas, teamster, res. n. s. Na- 
tional road, w. White river bridge. 

Coen John, paper-hanger, res. 1G9 s. 
Tennessee. 

Coen Sarah J. Mrs., (wid.) Silas, res. 
192 e. McCarty. 

Coen Sarah P., inmate Deaf and Dumb 
Asylum, res. Petersburg, Pike co., 
Ind. 

Coffin B. S., (Wheat, Fletcher & Co.,) 
room 1, Vinton's blk., n. Pennsylva- 
nia, res.^410 n. Pennsylvania. 

Coffin Charles E., book-keeper, Wiley & 
Martin, bds. 188 s. Tennessee. 

Coffin David W., (Connely, Wiles & Co.,) 
149 s. Meridian, res. n. Pennsylvania 



THE OLD 



CONNECTICUT MUTUAL 



Life Insurance Company, of Hartford, Conn. 
See record, page '74. 

Coffin Julius v., shipping clerk, 149 s. 
Meridian, bds. Spencer House, s. 
Illinois. 

Coffman Henry, saddler, res. 77 Fletchers 
av. 

Coffman Levi, carpenter, res. 226 e. 
Merrill. 

Coffman Samuel, carpenter, res. 220 e. 
Merrill. 

Cogan William, lab., res. 191 n. East. 

Cogill John, street contractor, res. 131 
Virginia av. 

Cogill William, res. 223 Virginia av. 

Cohn Lewis, cigar-maker, Eden's blk., 
bds. 193 s. New Jersey. 

Cohen Henry, (C. & Lyons,) 01 s. Illinois, 
res. 155 n. Illinois. 

COHEN & LYONS, 

(Henry C. & John L.,) second-hand 
furniture, 01 s. Illinois. 

Cohick Samuel, porter, California House. 

Colclazer J. H. watch-maker, 50 e. 
V/ashington, bds. 134 n. Pennsylva- 
nia. 

Colden John E., real estate agt., res. 129 
Union. 

Cole Albert, (col.,) lab., res. 251 e. St. 
Clair. 

Cole Barton W., salesman, 68 e. Wash- 
ington, bds. Pattison House, n. Ala- 
bama. 

Cole Ernest, salesman, 10 e. Washington, 
bds. Pattison House, n. Alabama. 

Cole Gear F., clerk, T. H. k I. R. R., bds. 
Pyle House. 

Coles Georgiana, dress-maker, 185 e. 
Washington. 

Coles Susie C. Miss, (Mrs. E. E. B. & Co.,) 
185 e. Washington, res. same. 

Coleman Henry, works State House, res. 
465 Rosella. 

Coleman William, teamster, res. 297 n. 
Mississippi. 

Coleman William, salesman, New York 
Store, bds. Little's Hotel. 

Collat Maurice, salesman, 100 e. Wash- 
ington, bds. Circle Restaurant, n. 
Meridian. 

Collett Moses M., (John Furnas & Co.,) 
68 e, Washington, res. 79 e. St. Jo- 
seph. 

CoU Hue, peddler, res. 116 Oak. 



Real Estate and Collecting Agency, page 22. 



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LOGAN'S INDIANA.rOLIS DIRECTORY. 



EOBT. CONNELY. 



W. D. WILES. 



D. H. WILES. 



B. COFFIN. 



COIXIVELY, WILES & CO. 



WHOLESALE GROCERS. 

..ft. NX) 

TOBACCO AND TEA DEALERS, 

Fitzgibbon's Block, opposite East End Union Depot, 

No. 149 MERIDIAN STREET, INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA. 

H. DAILY. W. HASSON. 

WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS, 

No. 3 Morrison's Opera House, 

South Meridian Street, Indianapolis. 



ORDERS FROM THE TRADE FILLED PROMPTLY. 



A. DESSAR, 



D. DESSAR. 



L. DESSAR. 



J. B. DESSAR. 

DESSA.K, BKO. & CO. 

Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in 

CLOTHING AND PIECE GOODS, 

No. 60 SCHNULL'S BLOCK, 

SOUTH MEEIDIAN STREET, INDIAXAPOLIS, INDIANA. 

Manufactory, K"o. 124 and 126 Church Street, New York. 

BOWEN, STEWART & CO. 

Wholesale Dealers in 

School Books, Paper, Envelopes, 

MISCELLANEOUS STATIONERY, 

No. 18 West Washington Street, Indianapolis. 



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47 



Coll Dennis, saloon, 62 w. iMaryland, res. 
same. 

CoUey S. A., lawyer, IGJ s. Meridian, 
res. 338 n. New Jersey. 

Collier Edward C, conductor Citizen's 
Street Ry., res. 445 s. Illinois. 

COLLIER MERWIN F., 

special agt. Underwriters agency for 
Ind., office 77^ e. Market, up-stairs, 
res. Kendalville. See card, page 30. 

Collier William S., cattle dealer, res. 113 
s. New Jersey, 
ins 
pie. 

Collins Daniel, saw-maker, 138 s. Penn- 
sylvania, res. 22 s. East. 

Collins Hezekiah, capitalist, res. 134 St. 
Joseph. 

Collins Jeremiah, printer, W. & J. Bra- 
den, bds. cor. 8. East and Railroad. 

Collins Jeremiah, lab., bds. 239 Buch- 
anan. 

Collins Jeremiah, machinist. Sinker & 
Co. 

Collins John, carpenter, 239 Buchanan, 
res. same. 

Collins John, fireman, T. & I. R. R., bds. 
Nagle House, 

Collins Joseph G., boarding house, 18 
and 20 s. Pennsylvania, res. same. 

Collins Katy, servant, 266 s. Illinois. 

Collins Mary, servant, 294 s. Pennsyl- 
vania, 

Collins Nathaniel, carpenter, res. 173 
Stevens. 

Collins William, lab., res. 136 Meek. 

Collins William M.. general agt. for 
Kerby's reaper, bds. 81 Second. 

Collins Thomas, lab., Street Ry. stable, 
res. cor. Washington and Noble. 

Collord Isaac W., apprentice, Phoenix 
Foundry, res. 121 e. Ohio. 

Collord Lizzie, (wid.) George, shirt- 
maker, res. 121 e. Ohio, 

Colman Christina, (wid.) Henry, res. 105 
s. Meridian. 

Colstock George M., book-binder, W. & J, 
Braden, bds, 250 n. Illinois. 

Colter Elijah, helper, rolling mill, bds. 
s. w. cor. McCarty and Tennessee. 

Colter John, lab., res. 158 s. Meridian. 

COLUMBUS & INDIANAPO- 
LIS CENTRAL RY., office Virginia 
av., cor. Delaware; freight depot, s. 
Delaware, near Pogue's run ; shops, 
s. Noble, bet. Washington and Meek; 
James M. Lunt, general supt., F. 
Chandler, general ticket agt. See 
card. R. R. department. 
Colwell VVilliara, lab., bds. 408 w. Vv ash- 

ington. 
Combs Job S., coal dealer, res. 452 s. w. 
cor. New Jersey and Bickens. 



DRY aOODS. 

EXCEEDINGLY LOW PEIGES 

AT THE 

QUAKER DRY GOODS STORE. 

See page 42. 



Combs William F., (McMillan & C.,) 17. 
w. Washington, res. n. w., outside 
city limits. 
COMINGORE J. A. & CO., 

(J. A. C, M. A. C. & E. T. William- 
son,) boots and shoes, 17 w. Wash- 
ington. 

Comingore J. A., (J. A. C. & Co.,) 17 w. 
Washington, res. 335 n. Liberty. 

Comingore John A., physician, G8 n. 
Pennsylvania, res. 335 n. Liberty. 

Comingore W. H., book-keeper, 17 w. 
Washington, res. 187 n. Alabama. 

COMMEBCIAL, 

(Evening,) 17J w. Washington, L. 
G. Dynes & Co., publishers. See card 
page 102. 

COMMERCIAL HOTEL, 

s. Illinois, cor. Georgia, George Mc- 
Cormick, propr. 

Commings W^aldo F., watchman, Emer- 
son, Beam & Co., res. 239 w. Market. 

Compayn Henry, lab., res. 118 Huron. 

Compayn Lewis, carpenter, res. 118 Hu- 
ron. 

Compton Amanda, inmate Deaf and Dumb 
Asylum, res. Elkhart, Elkhart co., 
Ind. 

Compton A. B., bds. 74 n, Pennsylvania. 

Compton Christiana M., inmate Deaf and 
Dumb Asylum, res. Bridgeport, Ma- 
rion CO., Ind. 

Comstock H. W. & Co., (H. W. C, James 
L. Slaughter. and William E. Shel- 
don,) com. mers., 72 s. Delaware. See 
card page — , 

Comstock Henry W., (H. W. C. & Co.,) 
72 s. Delaware, bds. Sherman House. 

Conaty James B., hats, caps and furs, 198 
e. Washington, res. 42 s. Illinois. 

Conaty James B., millinery and fancy 
goods, 44 s. Illinois, res. same. 

Concha Hannah, servant, 157 n, Alabama. 

CONCORDIA HOUSE, 

200 s. Meridian, s. Union Depot, Fer- 
dinand Mottery, propr. 

Conde Charles, book-keeper, 84 w. Wash- 
ington, bds. 74 w. Vermont. 

Condit, Crane & Condit, (Amzi B. C, 
Alexander G. C. & Joseph P. C.,) 
dealers in patent rights, 31 s. Illi- 
nois. 



See Solid Houses, on opposite page. 



48 



LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 



FURNITURE, 

AT 

CABINET-MAKERS' UNION 

AK" IMMENSE STOCK. 

See page in the front. 



Condit Alice A., inventor feather cloth, 
31 s. Illinois, res. n. w. cor. Penn- 
sylvania and Market. 

Condit Amzi B., (C. Crane & C.,) 31 s. 
Illinois, bds. w. Ohio, bef. Illinois 
and Tennessee 

CONDIT JOHN D., 

office 6 Blackford-s blk., s. e. cor. Me- 
ridian and Washington, res. 54 Cir- 
cle. 

Condit Joseph P., (C, Crane & C.,) 31 s. 
Illinois, res. same. 

Condon Michael, book canvasser, res. 323 
Indiana av. 

Conduitt Alexander B., (Pee, C. & Co.,) 
116 s. Meridian, res. Noblesville, 
Ind. 

Cone William S., cleric, I., M. & J. R. R., 
bds. Sherman House. 

Conely Mahlon, machinist, with Sinker 
& Co. 

Cones Charles E., saleman, 129 s. Meri- 
dian, res. 52 s. Delaware. 

CONGREGATION'Ii CHURCH 
cor. Meridian and Circle, N. A. 
Hyde, poster. 

Coniff Mary Miss, servant, 119 w. Mary- 
land. 

Coukling & Dttnn, (John A. C, & John 
D., ) saloon, w. s. Indiana av., bet. 
Tennessee and Illinois, res. same. 

CONKLIN HENRY N., 

merchant tailor, 60 n. Illinois, res. 
252 n. Mississippi. 

Conklin James, (C. & Riggs,) bds. 144 n. 
Tennessee. 

Conklin John, (C. & Dunn,) Indiana av., 
bet. Illinois and Tennessee, bds. 144 
n. Tennessee. 

Conklin Thomas, broom-maker, bds. Na- 
gle House. 

Conklin Anna Miss, res. Henry. 

Connell Jeremiah, works city gas works, 
res. 232 Madison av. 

Connell Mary, pastry girl, Union Depot 
Dining Hall, res. same. 

Connell Maurice, bartender, 79 e Wash- 
ington, res. 114 Meek. 

Connelly Andrew, engineer, I. & C. R. R., 
res. 1 14 s. East. 

Connelly George, boiler- maker, rt^s. 78 
Forest av. 



Connelly Robert, (C, Wiles & Co.,) 149 
s. Meri'lian, res. 296 n. Alabama. 

Connelly Michael, lab., res. 311 s. Mis- 
souri. 

CONNELLY, WILES & CO., 
(Robert C, William D. and Daniel 
H. Wiles, and David W. Coffin,) 
wholesale grocers and tea dealers, 
149 s. Meridian, opposite Union De- 
pot. See card page 46. 

CONNER E. L. MRS., 

dress trimmings and notions, 181 
Virginia av., res. same. 

Conuev John, lab., 24 e. Georgia, res. 277 
s. West. 

Conner Lizzie Miss, res. 36 n. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Conner Lucinda Pt. Miss, res. 36 n. Penn- 
sylvania. 

CONNER MARY MRS., 

boarding house, 36 n. Pennsylvania, 
res. same. 

Connors Max, lab., res. 1 Elizabeth. 

Conners Minnie, servant. Little's Hotel, 
bds. same. 

Connor Alexander H., (Douglass & C.,) 
Journal Co., res. 515 n. Pennsylva- 
nia. 

Connor Benjamin F., clerk, p. o , res. 515 
n. Pennsylvania. 

Connor Bridget, (wid.) Michael, res. 161 
Stevens. 

Connor Ellen, chambermaid. Palmer 
House, bds. same. 

Connor Eliza L., (wid.) John C, res. n. 
e. cor. South and New Jersey. 

Connor Fred D., real estate agt., cor. 
Washington and Meridian, bds. 285 
n. East. 

Connor John, lab., res. 320 s. Delaware. 

Connor Kate, servant, 285 n. Delaware. 

Connor Patrick, tailor, 72 s. West, res. 
same. 

Convers Joseph, journeyman carpenter, 
res. 33 n. Liberty. 

Conway George, book-keeper, 75 w. 
Washington, res. 69 w Market. 

Conway Margaret Miss, washierwoman, 
res. 225 s. Delaware. 

Conway Thomas, porter, Merchants' 
Union Express Co., Union Depot, 
bds. s. Illinois. 

Cook Alfred, carriage trimmer, Bremer- 
mnn & Renner, res. 318 n. Liberty. 

Cook Alfred L., carriage trimmer, cor. 
Kentucky av. and Georgia, res. 394 
n. Delaware. 

Cook Andy, lab., Judson & Dodd, bds. 
Georgia, cor. Liberty. 

Cook Christian, baggageman. Union De- 
pot, bds. 26 Bicking. 

Cook David, porter, 213 e. Washington, 
bds. Little Hotel. 



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49 



Cook Francis, lab., res. 112 Dacotah. 

Cook Frederick, clerk, Berich's grocery, 
res. 79 s. Liberty. 

Cook Frederick, lab., res. 84 s. Liberty. 

Cook George B., traveling agt., Judson & 
Dodd. 

Cook Henry, car greaser, Great Central 
R, R., res. 295 e. Georgia. 

Cook Ignes, scale manf., res. 278 s. Me- 
ridian. 

Cook Jane, res. 24 Indiana av. 

Cook John, machinist. Sinker & Co. 

Cook John B., salesman, s. Meridian, res. 
224 n. East. 

Cook John W., mill>vnght, 132 s. Penn- 
sylvania. 

Cook Lizzie Miss, dress-maker, 185 e. 
Washington, res. East, bet. Georgia 
and Maryland. 

Cook Luciiida, (wid.) Jesse, res. 376 w. 
North. 

Cook Mary, (wid.) John, boarding house, 
res. 38 Chatham. 

Cook Thomas, res. 16 Lockerbie. 

Cook Thomas V., sign painter, res. 285 
w. Michigan. 

Cook William, grocer, res. 47 s. East. 

Cook William, clerk, A. Wallace & 
Co., cor, Delaware and Maryland, 
bds. 84 s. Illinois. 

Cook William & Co., (W. C. & Charles 
Davidson,) dry goods and groceries, 
249 e. Washington. 

Cook William G,, book-keeper, cor. Ma 
ryland and Delaware, bds. 84 s. Il- 
linois. 

Cook William H., lab., res. 376 w. North. 

Cook Vv^illiam, (W. C. & Co.,) 294 e. 
Washington, res. East, bet. Maryland 
and Georgia. 

Coon Charles, meat market, 207 w. Mich- 
igan, res. same. 

Coon Helen M., (wid.) David, res. 18 
Chatham. 

Coon Peter, real estate and insurance 
agt. office, 88 e. Market, bds. 239 e. 
Louisiana. 

Cooney Dennis, moulder. Sinker & Co. 

Cooney Dennis, lab., res. 27 n. East. 

Coouey James, waiter. Depot Dining Hall. 

COONS JOHN W., 

deputy city treas. office, Glenns' blk., 
res. 26 w. Vermont. 

Cooper Almstead, (col.) lab., res, 27 Hos- 
brook. 

Cooper Hamilton, tailor, 2 Bates House, 
res. 268 w. St. Clair. 

Cooper John, machinist. Eagle Machine 
Works, res. 257 e. McCarty. 

Cooper Joseph M., physician and surgeon, 
55 s. Illinois, bds. 201 n. Liberty. 

Cooper William H., salesman,74 w. Wash- 
ington, bds. Spencer House. 



I. O O K 



BERKSHIRE 



Page 36. 



Cooper John, farmer, res. 422 n. Illinois. 

Coonman Charles, keyboard-maker, res. 
126 n. Noble. 

COORS AUGUSTUS F., 

grocery dealer, 399 n. Illinois, res. 
607 n. Mississippi. 

Coonkle John, lab., res. 451 s. Illinois. 

Copeland Joshua W., straw and millinery 
goods, 39 s. Meridian and 8 e. Wash- 
ington, res. 372 n. Meridian. 

Copeland William J., clerk, 12 e. Wash- 
ington, bds. 117 Massachusetts av. 

Coquillard Amos, gas fitter, Coulter & 
White, 82 e. Market. 

Coradan Timothy, lab., res. 448 Virginia 
av. 

Cord Sally Miss, washerwoman, res. 440 
Virginia av. 

Coridan Annie Miss, mantau-maker, res. 
350 s. West. 

Coridan Philip, contractor, res. 350 s. 
West. 

Coridan Thomas, saloon keeper, res. 350 
s. West. 

Corigan John, peddler, res. 50 s. West. 

Corparan James, lab., res. 328 s. Penn- 
sylvania. 

Corliss Corydon T., homeopathist, office 
72 e. Market, bds. 124 s. Meridian. 

Corn Martin, currier, 49 s. Delaware, res. 
Michigan rd., e. city limits. 

Cornelius Collins, contractor, res. 223 s. 
West. 

Cornelius Cassius, plasterer, res. 254 s. 
Alabama. 

Cornelius Edward G., (Kennedy, Byram 
& Co.,) 108 s. Meridian, res. 429 n. 
Pennsylvania. 

Cornelius Wilbert F., painter, Indianapo- 
lis Agricultural Works, res. 85 Brad- 
shaw. 

Cornish Isaac James, (col.) lab., res. 2G8 
s. Mississippi. 

Corten Andrew, lab., res. n. w. cor. East 
and McCarty. 

Corwin William R., inmate Deaf and 
Dumb 4sylum, res. Bainbridge, Put- 
nam CO., Ind. 

Cory Albert J., plasterer, bds. 82 e. St. 
Clair. 

Cosby John, porter, Adams Express of- 
fice, 12 e. Washington. 



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50 LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 



THE 

ADAMS EXPRESS CO. 



A JOINT STOCK ASSOCIATION. 



oa.:pita.l, - - eio,ooo,ooo. 



OFFICE, 12 EAST WASHINGTOIST STREET, 



INDIAKTAPOIilS. INDIANA. 



EASTERN, WESTERN and SOUTHERN 

EXP}^B88 JPORWAHBERS. 

Forward Daily, in Charge of their own Messengers, 
JEWELRY AND 

Valuable Packages, Light Freight and Merchandise Generally. 



They also give attention to the collection of Bills, with or without goods, Notes, 

Drafts and Bills of Exchange, the proceeds of which are always 

promptly returned to all points they propose to reach. 



Regular Connections made with Reliable Express Companies, 

TO ALL PARTS OF THE UNITED STATES, 

W. H. WATERS, JOHN H. OHR, 

General Western Agent. Agent, Indianapolis. 



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51 



Cosby R. A., (Builders and Maufs. Asso- 
ciation,) 225 n. Delaware, res. 42 
Christian av. 

Cosey John, cooper shop, 102 s.East, res. 
112 s. East. 

Cosgrove Michael, lab., res. 29 Henry. 

Cosgrove Patrick, machinist. Sinker & 
Co. 

Cosgriff Sarah, servant, 57 w. Maryland. 

Cosier David, journeyman carpenter, res. 
195 Davidson. 

Costello John, machinist, Sinker & Co. 

Costello John, clerk, res. 67 e. South. 

Costello John, shoe-maker, 25 w. Wash- 
ington, res. South, opp. Madison 
depot. 

COSTIGAN F. & BRO., 

(Frank & Theodore J. C.,) props. 
Oriental House, Illinois, two squares 
n. Union Depot. 

Costigan Frank, (F. C. & Bro.,) Oriental 
House, s. Illinois. 

Costigan Theodore J., (F. C. & Bro.,) 
Oriental House, s. Illinois. 

Cottle Kimble H., clerk, Indiana Fire In- 
surance Co., bds. 72 e. Ohio. 

Cottingham Sidney D., (Hyde & C.,) res. 
336 n. Noble. 

Cottman David F., student, commercial 
college, bds. 496 Virginia av. 

Cottman John, farmer, res. 496 Virginia 
av. 

Cottrell & Knight, (Thomas C. & John 
K.,) tinners' stock, tools and ma- 
chines, 108 s. Delaware. 

Cottrell Thomas, (C. & Knight,) 108 s. 
Delaware, res. 102 s. New Jersey. 

Couch Walter R., student, North-Western 
Christian University, res. 395 Mas- 
sachusetts av. 

Coughren, Jennings & Heim, (Joaiah C, 
John J. & John H.,) flour, feed, seeds 
and grain, 149 e. Washington, cor. 
Alabama. 

Coughren Josiah, (C, Jennings & Heim,) 
res. Traders Point, Marion co.,Ind. 

Coughlen Frank W., clerk, Merritt & 
Coughlen, res. 282 w. New York. 

Coughlen William, (Merritt & C.,) woolen 
factors and dealers, res. 282 w. New 
York. 

Coulter Archibald, res. 256 s. Delaware. 

Coulter James, (C. & White,) res. 305 
Virginia av. 

Coulter & White, (James C. & Charles H. 
W.,) gas fitters and plumbers, 82 e. 
Market. 

Coulter John, rail straightener, rolling 
mill, res. 405 s. Meridian. 

Coulter William, teamster, res. 256 s. 
Delaware. 

Coulon Charles G., clerk, 115 e. Washing- 
ton, bds. Arsenal av., near city limits. 



McCREEEY &, FAY, 



HOUSE-KEEPERS' EMPORIUM 



58 and 58 East ■Washington Street. 

A FULL LINE OF EVERYTHING. 

See pages 38 and 150. 



Coulon Charles, justice of the peace and 
claim agt., 115 e. Washington, res. 
Arsenal av., near city limits. 

COUNTY AUDITOH'S OFFICE 
n. Delaware, bet. Washington and 
Market, Jacob K. Wright, auditor. 

COUNTY CLERK'S OFFICE, 
n. Delaware, bet. Washington and 
Market, William C. Smock, clerk. 

County Jail, Court House Square. 

COUNTY RECOBDEB'S OF- 
FICE, n. Delaware, bet, Washington 
and Market, William J. Elliott, re- 
corder. 

COUNTY TBEASUBEB'S OF- 
FICE, at county office bldg., n, Del- 
aware, George F. Meyer, treas. 

COUBT HOUSE, 

Marion co., e. Washington, bet. Del- 
aware and Alabama, four squares e. 
of State House. 

Courtney Cornelius, lab., res. 534 e. 
Georgia. 

Courtney William, hack-driver, res. 315 
Blake. 

Covaulk Erastus J., salesman, 36 s. Me- 
ridian, bds. Bates House. 

Cover Isaac, brick-maker, res. 120 s. 
Noble. 

Covert William T., finisher, last factory, 
res. 448 s. Illinois. 

Covour Catharine, (wid.) Daniel, res. 120 
s. Noble. 

Cowan Alexander, wood-sawyer, res. 300 
e. St. Clair. 

Cowan Robert B., salesman, Geisendorff 
& Co., bds. Oriental House. 

Cowen Harriet, (wid.) William, res. 5 
Catharine, 

Cowgill Stephen, wood-hauler, res. 390 
Virginia av. 

Cowsler James W., (col.,) lab., 146 s. 
Pennsylvania, res. Elm, 

Cox Albert W., traveling agt., res. 174 e. 
Walnut, 

Cox Charles, stoves and tinware, 76 w. 
Washington, res. 7] s. Meridian. 

Cox Charles H., book-keeper, 76 w. Wash- 
ington, bds. s, Mississippi. 

Cox Albert G., clerk, Erie Transportation 
Co., office 94 Virginia av., bds. 69 s. 
Meridian. 



See McCreery & Fay's card, page 38. 



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LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY 



THE HIGHEST PRICE 

PAID FOR WOOL, 

AT No. 68 EAST WASHINGTON ST. 
See page 43. 



Cox David, tinner, 72 w. Washington, 
bds. 71 s. Meridian, 

Cox Edward, finisiier, Merritt & Cougli- 
len, res. 329 w. Market. 

Cox Edwin, engineer, Merritt & Cough- 
len, res. 1 w. Market. 

Cox Henry C, builder, 224 w. Washing- 
ton, res. same. 

Cox Jacob, artist, Ray's bldg., 26^ w. 
Washington, res. 69 Meridian. 

Cox James B., teamster, res. Mayhew, 
near Michigan road. 

Cox Joseph, machinist, Flowers & Co., 
res. 12 n. California. 

Cox Milton, (Sanders & Co.,) 58 s. Merid- 
ian, res. 160 n. East. 

Cox Thomas T., sheet-iron works, res. 
308 e. Louisiana. 

Cox William, shoe-maker, res. 342 n. 
West. 

Cox W. A., (Ryan & C.,) 216 e. Wash- 
ington. 

Cox William A., painter, 13 n. Meridian, 
res. 230 e. Washington. 

Cox William C, (Tomlinson & C,,) 18 e. 
Washington, res. 30 w. St. Clair. 

Coyner John V., bds. 449 e. St. Clair. 

Coyner Martin L., contractor, res. 446 e. 
St. Clair. 

Coyner M. L., axman, for city engineer. 
Glens blk., bds. 490 n. Pennsylva- 

COZAD JUSTUS L., 

general supt. Bellefontaine R. R,, 
office 53 s. Alabama, res. 280 Massa- 
chusetts av. 

Crabb Charles, lab., 146 Pennsylvania, 
bds. 139 Virginia av. 

Crabb James W,, lab., res. National road, 
near White river bridge. 

Craft Anna, saleswoman, 95 e. Washing- 
ton, res. 195 Rosette. 

Craft John, book-keeper, bds. 496 n. 
Tennessee. 

Craft Mariah M., res. 496 n. Tennessee. 

Craft Richard D., machinist, bds. 496 n. 
Tennessee. 

Craft Smith, blacksmith, 231 w. Wash- 
ington, res. 286 Indiana av. 

CRAFT WILLIAM H.. 

(Phipps & C.,) 2 Odd Fellows Hall, 
e. Washington, res. 163 n. Alabama. 



Craft R., machinist, Sinker & Co. 

Craft W. G., salesman, GeisendorflF& Co., 
bds. 496 n. Tennessee. 

Crafthafer Henry, lab., res. 497 Rosette. 

Crahan Patrick, lab., res. 60 s. Alabama. 

Crahen Patrick, lab., res. 280 s. Mis- 
souri. 

Crahen Mathew, lab., res. 67 e. South. 

Craig Alexander, clerk, 2 Morrison's 
blk., res. 128 n. Illinois. 

Craig Mary A. Miss, bds. 52 s. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Craig William, miller, Broad Ripple, res. 
476 n. East. . 

Craig William R., book-keeper, Alford, 
Talbott & Co., res. 66 Fletcher's av. 

Cr.'til Sylvester, expressman, res. 321 e. 
North. 

Crail Sylvester B., works 99 s, Delaware, 
res. 231 e. North. 

Grain John L., harness-maker. Reyer & 
Thorns, 109 e. Washington. 

Cramer Andrew, shoe-maker, res. 189 n. 
Liberty. 

Cranaman Charles, hostler, Ray House, 
bds. same. 

Crane Alexander G., ( Coudit, C. & Con- 
dit,) 31 s. Illinois, res. three miles 
w. city, on Crawfordsville road. 

Crane Daniel, blacksmith, Indianapolis 
Agricultural Works, bds. Wiles 
House. 

Crane Dennis porter, Sherman House, 
res. 6 Henry. 

Crane George, blacksmith, Indianapolis 
Agricultural Works, res. State, bet. 
Tennessee and Mississippi. 

Crane James, photographer res. 149 w. 
South. 

Crane John, hooker, rolling mill, bds. n. 
e. cor. South and Mississippi. 

Crane Peter, engineer, Bellefontaine R. 
R., res. terminus Massachusetts av. 

Crane William H., blacksmith, Indiana- 
polis Agricultural Works, bds. 
Wiles House. 

Crapo Roland P., picture frames, ambro- 
type and photographic stock, 46 n. 
Pennsylvania, res. same. 

Craven John, lab., 6 Greer. 

Cravien John, rail pusher, rolling mill, 
res. Green, bet. Mississippi and n. 
West. 

Crawford Eli, moulder, res, 10 Schoi>L 

Crawford Nathan, traveling agt., marble 
house, 120 s. Illinois, res. 78 s. Illi- 
nois, 

Credlebaugh Harriet E., teacher, artistic 
painting, 325e.Washington, res. same 

Creeden Jeremiah, works City Gas 
Works, bds. 232 Madison av. 

Creden Margaret, servant, 506 n. Dela- 
ware. 



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Cress John B., (Cress & Son,) res; 289 
Virginia av. 

Cress Valentine B., (Cress & Son,) res 
289 Virginia av. 

Crillman David, machinist, Bellefontaine 
car shop, res. 440 n. East. 

Crintlear Herman, lab., res. s. Liberty. 

Croghan Henry, (col.,) porter, Fletcher's 
Bank^ res. 181 Elm. 

Crokright Charles, expressman, res. 295 
Coburn. 

Crone Albert, shoe-maker, 102 Kentucky 
av., res. 245 w. Sonth. 

Crone Jacob, driver, Meikel's brewery, 
215 n. Maryland, bds. same. 

Cronin John, night watchman, Terre 
Haute freight house, res. 85 w. 
McCarty. 

Cronin Michael, lab., T. H. & I. R. R., 
res, 244 s. Missouri. 

Cronin Timothy, lab., res. 257 s. West. 

Cronin Timothy, lab., res. 253 s. West. 

Croop Peter, saddler, res. 341 s. Penn- 
sylvania. 

Cropper Edward, carpenter, res. 78 Fay- 
ette. 

Cropper James H., patent right agent, 
res. 691 n. Tennessee. 

Cropper Samuel, farmer, res. 68 e. Pratt. 

Cropsey James E., piano-maker, res. 359 
n. Alabama. 

Crosby John, boarding house-keeper, 311 
s. Illinois. 

Crosby Kate, servant, 519 n. Meridian. 

Crosby R. M., carpenter and stair buil- 
der, res. 48 Christian av. 

Crosby Thomas B., saddler, J. C. Hereth 
& Bro., bds. Pattison House, n. Ala- 
bama. 

Crosman Levi W., teacher, Quaker 
church, bds. 381 n. Delaware. 

Cross Barnum, inmate Deaf and Dumb 
Asylum, res. Michigan City, Laport 
CO., Ind. 

Cross James R., (Finch & Co.,) meat- 
market, w. Washington, bds. cor. 
Maryland and Helen. 

Crossland J. A.,(C., Maguire & Co.,) 62 s. 
Meridian, res. cor. Illinois and 
Pratt, 

CROSSLAND, MAGUIRE & CO. 
(J. A. C, Douglass M., C. Hanna & 
J. M. Caldwell,) wholesale grocers, 
52 s. Meridian. 

Crouch John, mason, res. 42 Helen. 

Crouch John, huxter, res. 324 s. Merid- 
ian. 

Crowley Daniel, lab., res. 345 s. Dela- 
ware. 

Crowley James, picture dealer, res. 520 
s. Illinois. 

Crowley Thomas, lab., res, 50 Bicking. 

Crowley Timothy, lab., res. 40 Elizabeth. 



GROVER & BAKER, 

SEWING MACHINES, 

At No. 21 East Washington Street, 
INDIANAPOLIS. 



Crowley William, watchman, Lafayette 
freight depot, res. 376 n. Missouri, 

CruU David, carpenter, res. 22 Gregg, 

CruU Jacob R., stock dealer, res. 32 
Massachusetts av. 

Crull Rufus, lab., bds. Little's Hotel, 

CruU Theodore, journeyman carpenter, 
bds. 22 Gregg. 

CRUSE JOHN P., 

contractor and builder, 322 e. Wash- 
ington, res. same. 

Cuddington Alexander D., groceries, n. s. 
National road, res. same. 

Culbert Patrick, lab., res. 347 s. Mis- 
souri. 

Culley William, engineer, Byrkit & Sons, 
res. 71 Norwood. 

Culver Eli E., res. 150 n. Tennessee. 

Cullum Eberle, printer, W. & J. Braden, 
res. 168 w. Michigan. 

Cummings James, pump-maker, res. 234 
s. Pennsylvania. 

Cunningham D. A,, salesman, New York 
Store, bds. Pyle House. 

Cunningham Ellen, res. 22Q s. Delaware. 

Cunningham F., restaurant, 59 n. Illi- 
nois, res. same. 

Cunningham Frank, bds. Bates House. 

CUNNINGHAM J. B.. 
' civil engineer and surveyor, room 
21, Talbott & New's blk., n. Penn- 
sylvania, res, 420 n. Pennsylvania. 

Cunningham Maria, Mrs,, confectioner, 
59 n. Illinois, res. same, 

Cunningham William P., teamster, bds. 
265 n. Mississippi. 

Curran David, printer, book and job 
room, Journal office, res. Huron, 

Curren Patrick, painter, 26 e, Georgia, 
res, 56 Huron. 

Curren Patrick, wood dealer, 56 Huron. 

Curren John, lab., res, 171 Dougherty. 

Currans Michael, lab., res. 491 e. Geor- 
gia. 

Currans Michael, lab., res. 334 e, Geor- 
gia, 

Curley John, musician, res, 163 Stevens. 

Currlann Frederick, cabinet-maker, res. 
145 s. Meridian. 

Currlin Frederick, cabinet-maker, 195 
e. Washington, res. Bluff road. 

Curry Joseph, teamster, bds. 141 Meek. 



See Green's Drug Store and Soda Fountain, page 30. 




54 LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 

KILaORE & HELMS, 

:0EMTIST8. 

OFFICE. MILLEK'S BLOCK, 

ONE SQUAEE NOETH of the BATES HOUSE, 

J. C. BRINKMEYER. C. KEMKER. GEO. BRINKMEYER. 

J. C. BRINKMEYER & CO. 

General Bonded Warehouse, No. 1, 

DISTILLERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN 

Pure Old Bourlion, Copper, Rye and Wheat Whiskies. 

Having the largest general Bonded Warehouse in the State, we are enabled to sell at 
as low figures as any Honse East or West, either Free or in Bond. 

No. 1 Alvord's Block, one Square North of Union Depot, 

Corner Georgia and Meridian Streets, Indianapolis, Indiana. 

L. & J. J^IBIIEIN, 

Manufacturers and Dealers in 

SOB A WATER, 

26 Fort Wayne Avenue, bet. Walnut and North Streets, 



SODA WATER OF ALL KINDS FOR SALE, 

Delivered to any part of the City on Order, 

Or to the COUNTRY, PROMPTLY, when ordered in person or by letter, 

Addressed to L. & J. KERN, Indianapolis. 

China, Glass and Queensware House. See page 42. 



LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 



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Curry Allen W., inmate Deaf and Dumb 

Asylum, res. New 'Albany, Floyd 

CO., Ind. 
Curry George, works U. S. arsenal, bds. 

141 Meek. 
Curry Hamilton, (col.,) hod carrer, res. 

588 n. Mississippi. 
Curry Robert Capt., supt. laborers, U. 

S. arsenal, res. 141 Meek. 
CURTIS ANDREW, 

justice, 85 e. Washington, res. 27 

Ft, Wayne av. 
Curtis Casper, last-maker, res. 127 e. 

McCarty. 
Curtis Charles, engineer, fire department, 

No. 2, bds. e.'New York, bet. Ala- 
bama and Delaware. 
Curzon Joseph, architect. Journal bldg., 

res. 376 n. Illinois. 
Cussick John, grocery, 75 s. West, res. 

same. 
Cussen Garret, notion store, 158 Indiana 

av,, res. same. 
Custlon John, lab.. Sinker & Co., res. 

276 w. Maryland. 
Cutsinger John, brakeman, res. 35 Bates. 
Cutsinger Samuel, (Wheat, Fletcher & 

Co.,) res. Edingburgh, Ind. 
Cwick William, tailor, res. Ill n. Noble. 



DADE TOWNSDEN, (col.,) lab., res. 
203 w. Noble. 

Dacy Patrick, lab., res. 33 Maple. 

DaerflFel Herman, bar-keeper, Peter 
Deitz's saloon. 

Daffee Thomas, moulder, bds. 227 s. Del- 
aware. 

Daggett & Co., (William D. & George C. 
Webster,) manfs. of confectioneries, 
and wholesale dealers in canned 
fruits, oysters, etc., 32 s. Meridian. 

Daggett William, (D. & Co.,) 32 s. Merid- 
ian, res. 280 n. New Jersey. 

Daglish John, salesman. Tyler's Bee 
Hive, w. Washington, bds. 74 e. 
Washington. 

Dahlen Nero, tailor, res. over 173 e. 
Washington, 

DAILEY MICHAEL, 

clerk. Little's Hotel, s. e. cor. Wash- 
ington and New Jersey. 

Daily Ann, washerwoman, res. 288 Rail- 
road. 

DailyHarrison, (H. D. & Co.,) 41 s. Me- 
ridian, Morrison's Opera Hall, res. 
175 e. Chio. 

DAILY H. & CO., 

(Harrison D. & William Hasson,) 
wholesale druggists, 41 s. Meridian, 
Morrison's Opera Hall. See card, 
page 46. 

Daily Eugene, lab., res. 246 s. West. 



GOOD COMMON FURNITURE 

Manufactured by the 

CABINET-MAKERS' UNION 

See the front fly-leaves. 



Daily Bridget, waiter, Palmer House, 
res. same. 

Dailey Jennie, ladies' boarding house, 36 
s. New Jersey. 

Dailey Jeremiah, lab., bds. 58 s. Dela- 
ware. 

Dailey John, coach-painter, 20 e. Georgia, 
bds. 342 n. Winston. 

Daily John E., student, commercial col- 
lege, bds. R. R. House . 

i ally Julia, waiter. Palmer House, bds. 
same. 

Daily Mary M,, (col.,) works 36 s. New 
Jersey. 

Daily Michael, huckster, res. 65 e. South. 

Daily Patrick, lab., bds. 65 e. South. 

DAILY TELEGRAPH, 
(German,) 17 w. Maryland. 

Daily William, res. 843 Vincent. 

Dain Providence, (wid.) Thomas, res. 114 
e. St. Mary. 

Dain Robert, paper-hanger, res. 423 n. 
New Jersey. 

Dain Thomas M., pump-maker, res. 114 
e. St. Mary. 

Dale John, lab., res. 108 Meek. 

Dale John, saloon, res, 325 w. Market. 

Dale John, lab., res. 54 Hosbrook. 

Dales William H., painter, bds. 171 Eddy. 

Dalton George, carriage-painter,foreman, 
Bremerman &Renner, res. 112 Elm. 

Dalton George W., carriage-painter, res. 
234 Huron. 

Dalton Joseph, machinist. Sinker & Co. 

Dalton Michael, lab., T. H. & I. R. R., 
res. 244 s. Missouri. 

Dalton Thomas, lab., res. 214 Buchanan. 

Daly Kate, servant, J. S. Newman, 243 n. 
Pennsylvania. 

Dame Jason, marble works, 69 e. Wash- 
ington, res. 287 s. New Jersey. 

Damme Francis, carpenter, res. 327 s. 
East. 

Dammear Charles, (Williams, Cook & 
Co.,) 249 e. Washington, res. 324 e. 
Georgia. 

Dammes Frank, patern-maker, Sinker & 
Co. 

Dammegan Andrew, groocer and produce 
dealer, cor. Oriental and Washing- 
ton, res. e. National rd. 

Danahy Peter, lab,, res. 273 s. Tennessee. 



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LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 



A POLICY IS 

WORTH ITS FACE 

IN THE 

CINCINNATI HOME. 

See page 34. 



Dammegan Charles, grocer, cor. East and 
Washington, res. 310 e. Georgia. 

Dana William, teamster, res. 215 David- 
eon. 

Dane Robert, paper-hanger, 101 e. Wash- 
ington, res. 425 n. New Jersey. 

Danforth A. J., res. 432 n. Pennsylvania, 

Daniels Lewis H., carpenter and builder, 
res, 352 s. East. 

Daniels Samuel P., agt. Buckhart & 
Langsdale, ice dealers, res. 109 s. 
New Jersey. 

Danily Peter, truckman, American Ex- 
press office, Union Depot, res. 173 s. 
Tennessee. 

Darby John, clerk, 89 Massachusetts av., 
res. s. end New Jersey. 

Dardart William, lab., res. s. Michigan 
Road. 

Dark Charles E,, clerk, 49 e. Washington, 
res. s. e. cor. Walnut and Tennes- 
see. 

Darns William, (col.,) barber, 50 e. Wash- 
ington, bds. Wiles House. 

Darnell William, carpenter, U. S. arse- 
nal, res. 342 e. New York. 

Darnell Thomas C, journeymay carpen- 
ter, res. 749 n. Illinois. 

Darr George, lab., res. 82 Garden. 

Darr William, bricklayer, res. 532 e. 
Georgia. 

Darrow Benjamin C, salesman, 32 s. Me- 
ridian, res. 24 w. Michigan. 

Dashields Benjamin, harness-maker, J. 
C. Hereth & Bro., bds. 79 n. Penn- 
sylvania. 

Daubenspeck Nelson, capitalist, res. 139 
n. Delaware. 

Daugherty Elizabeth Miss, (Walker & 
D.,) 3 Odd Fellows Hall, res. n. e. 
con North and New Jersey. 

Daumont Henry, (H. D. & Co.,) 15 w. 
Washington, res. 439 n. Pennsylva- 
nia. 

DAUMOITT H. & CO., 

(Henry D. & Wm. M. Wheatley,) 
clocks, looking-glasses and mould- 
ings, 15 w. Washington. 

Daumont Peter A., watch-maker and jew- 
eler, 23 s. Meridian, res. same. 

Daush Anthony, stone cutter, res. 264 
Madison av. 



Davenboch Jacob, journeyman carpenter, 
res. 135 Spring. 

Davenport Thomas, saw-maker, res. 332 
s. Delaware. 

David George, checkman, Bellefontaine 
freight depot, res. 273 e. Market. 

David R. J., salesman. New York store, 
res. cor. New York and Delaware. 

David Thomas, butcher, res. 210 Union. 

David William, lab., res. 723 n. Illinois. 

Davidson George, carpenter, res. 188 
Dougherty. 

Davidson John, agt. Indianapolis Daily 
Journal, res. 170 Davidson. 

Davis Abel E., (Baxter & D.,) res. 325 n. 
West. 

Davis Allen H., switchman. Central R. 
R. yard, res. s. Michigan road. 

Davis Alexander, (col.,) lab., res. 151 
Elizabeth. 

Davis Amos, (col.,) lab. 747 n. Tennessee. 

Davis Andrei J., secy. American Horse 
Insurance Co., office Vinton's blk., 
third floor, res. 76 n. Noble. 

Davis Benjamin, road-master, Terre 
Haute R. R,, res. s. w. cor. East and 
Louisiana. 

Davis Benjamin, (Mann & D.,) res. 249 
e. Louisiana. 

Davis Catharine, servant, 32 s. Missis- 
sippi. 

Davis Charles B., general insurance agt., 
room 6, Odd Fellows Hall, res. 139 
Indiana av. 

David Charles W., clerk, bds. 142 e. Ma- 
ryland. 

DAVIS EDWIN A., 

lawyer and U. S. commissioner, and 
notary public, room 3 Talbott & 
New's blk., n. Pennsylvania, bds. 
Bates House. 

Davis Edward, butcher, 71 e. Washing- 
ton, bds. 129 n. Pennsylvania. 

Davis Ellen, servant, 95 n. Meridian. 

Davis F. A. W., (Indiana Banking Co.,) 
28 e. Washington, res. s. w. cor. 
Merrill and New Jersey. 

Davis Flemming, boiler-m'siker, Eagle 
Machine Works, res. 118 Forest av. 

Davis George, watch-maker and jeweler, 
37 w. Washington, res. 40 California. 

Davis George, carpenter, res. 118 Dough- 
erty. 

Davis George, (col.,) lab., res. w.^ s. n. 
Missouri, bet. Vermont and New 
York. 

Davis Gilbert W., traveling agt., Flor- 
ence Sewing Machine, 27 n. Penn- 
sylvania, res. 76 n. New Jersey. 

DAVIS G. M., 

(col.,) blacksmith, cor. Pitt and In- 
diana av., res. 257 n. West. 

Davis Henry, cooper, res. 383 s. Illinois. 



Quaker Dry Goods Store. See page 42. 



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Davis Halden, coach-trimmer, res. 380 n. 

De)9ware. 
Davis Harvey D., meat- market, 71 e. 
Washington, bds. 129 n. Pennsyl- 
vania, 
Davis Horace, machinist, Singer Manf. 
Co., 16 n. Delav^are, bds. 139 Indi- 
ana av. 
Davis Isaac, (I. D. & Co.,) 11 w. Wash- 

ington, bds. Bates House. 
Davis Isaac & Co., (Isaac D. & Berry Self,) 
hats,-caps and furs, 11 w. Washing- 
ton. 

Davis James E., (D. & Son,) 239 e. Wash- 
ington, res. 299 n. Liberty. 

Davis James E. & Sbn, (J. E. D. & John 
R. D.,) boots and shoes, 289 e. Wash- 
ington, 

Davis John, operator, 22 and 23 Circle, 
bds. 150 w. New lork. 

Davis John, farmer, res. 96 Green. 

Davis John M., engineer, Bellefontaine 
R. R., res. 142 e. Maryland. 

Davis John R., (D. & Son,) 229 e. Wash- 
ington, res. 299 n. Liberty. 

DAVIS JOSEPH W., 

steam gas fitting and brass foundry, 
110 s. Delaware, res. 222 n. Tennes- 
see. 

Davis Levi, butcher, 71 e. Washington, 
res. 129 n. Pennsylvania. 

Davis Maria Mrs., (wid.) Jesse W., tail- 
oress, res. 225 s. Delaware, 

Davis Milton, carpenter, res, 45 e. Mc- 
Carty. 

Davis Moses, plasterer, res. 74 n. Liberty, 

Davis Moses, gas fitter, 110 s. Delaware, 
res. 108 Wabash. 

Davis Nannie, (col.,) servant, cor. First 
and Meridian. 

Davis Patsy, (col., wid.) Joshua, res. 490 
s. Illinois, 

Davis Phannel L., architect and master 
mechanic, U. S. arsenal, res. 361 
Massachusetts av. 

Davis Richard A., driver. Street Ry., res. 
350 n. New Jersey. 

DAVIS K. L., 

(Kirchner & D.,) res. 18 e. Michigan. 
See card page 82. 

Davis Robert, teamster, res. 11 Cedar. 

Davis Robert E., saw-maker, res. 51 e. 
McCarty, 

Davis Robert F., saw-grinder, res. 51 e. 
McCarty. 

Davis Samuel, well-digger, res. 232 e. 
Louisiana. 

Davis Smith, journeyman painter, bds. 
74 n, Pennsylvania. 

DAVIS THOMAS J., 

photograph gallery, 22 and 23 Circle, 
res. 150 w. New York, cor. Missis- 
sippi. 



FOR ECONOMY 



SUBSTANTIAL BENEFIT 

From a Life Insurance, take 

ELIZUB "WKIGHT'S ADVICE. 

See page 82. 



Davis Thomas K,, shoe-maker, 239 e. 

Washington, bds, 299 n. Liberty. 
Davis Wells, engineer, I. & C. R. R., 

res. 37 i3ates. 
Davis Wesley, carriage trimmer, 26 e. 

Georgia, res. n. Illinois, out limits. 
Davis William H., student, North-West- 

ern Christian University, bds. 361 

Massachusetts av. 
Davis William H., pump-maker, res. 128 

w. First. 
Davis William M., (Jones, D. & Co., ) 3 

Odd Fellows Hall, res. 430 n. New 

Jersey. 
Davy W. W., compositor, Herald office, 

bds. 33 w. Maryland. 
Dawney Bridget, (wid.) Florence, res. 

277 e. Georgia. 
Dawson Byron, (D. & Richards,) bds. 399 

n. New Jersey. 
Dawson James W., machinist, Root's 

foundry, res. 52 Forest av. 
Dawson Louisa, (wid.) Daniel, res, 113 

Forest av. 
DAWSON & RICHARBS, 

(Byron D, & Edward N. R.,) grocers, 

399 n. New Jersey. 
Dawson Thomas B., watchman, res. 161 

Maple. 
Dawson Timothy, billiard saloon, 132 s. 

Illinois, res. 230 s. Alabama. 
Dawson William, driver, fire department, 

No. 2, res, 140 n, Delaware. 
Day Annie, (wid.) Lawrence, res. 229 s. 

West. 
Day Georgie L. Miss, Singer Manf. Co., 

bds. 200 n. Tennessee. 
Day Hattie, bds. 199 e. Washington. 
Day Henry, (Rev.) pastor, First Baptist 

church, res. 122 n. Pennsylvania. 
Day Jeremiah, lab., res. 270 Railroad. 
Day Katurah, (wid.) David, res. 344 

Blake. 
Day William, lab., res. 438 e. St. Clair. 
DEAF AND DUMB ASYLUM, 

e, Washington, beyond city limits. 
Dealy John, lab., Bellefontaine car shop, 

res. 260 Railroad. 
Dean Charles H., foreman, foundry In- 
dianapolis Agricultural Works, res. 
154 s. Noble. 
Dean Harrison, (col.) lab., res. 30 Ann. 



Fop School Books and Miscellaneous Stationery, see page 46. 



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LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 



FJRED. I^OSEBR^OOCIi. 



DEALER IN 



Groceries, Provisions, Wines, Liquors, 

ALE AND BEER, 

Cigars, Tobacco, Flour and Feed, Earthenware, Notions, &c. 



Mr. Eosebroock's establishment is located on the South-West point of four diagonals, and is the most ex- 
tensive In this part of the city. The proprietor is well known to the citizens of this part 
of the city and all will jBnd it to their interest to patronize him. 

No. 201 VIRGINIA AVENUE, INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA. 



No. 351 SOUTH PENNSYLVANIA STREET. 



s 



9 



This fashionable place of resort is now open day and night, for the reception of 

visitors. It is beautifully located and convenient to the 

business portion of the city. 

And all the luxuries of the season kept constantly on hand. Also, choice WINES, 
LIQUORS AND CIGARS. 

WILLIAM ISKE, Proprietor. 



C H AS. C. HUNT, 

# Manufacturer and Wholesale Dealer in 

IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC CIGARS, 

Tobacco, Snnfif, Pipes, &c. 
No. 61 EAST ^VASHINOTON STREET, 

Opposite Odd Fellows Hall, INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 

JOHIV HITCH-ENS, 

8H0EIM& 8H0P. 



No. 44 East Maryland Street, Indianapolis, Indiana. 



Shoeing for the various purposes, done with neatness and despatch, upon scientific 
principles. None but the best Tvorkmen employed. 



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Dean J. H., moulder, Indianapolis Agri. 
cultural Works, bds. 154 s. Noble, 

Dean Kate, laundry maid, Palmer House, 
bds. same. 

Dearinger David, carpenter, res. 439 n. 
Mississippi. 

Death James C, (Johnson & Co.,) 23 w. 
Maryland, bds. Wiles House. 

Death John M., boots and shoes, 16 s. 
Meridian, bds. Wiles House. 

Decher Cooney, blacksmith, Bellefontaine 
car shop, res. 248 Vincent. 

Decker A. W., student, commercial col- 
lege, bds. 164 w. Maryland. 

Decker John, hod-carrier, res. 227 n. 
Alabama. 

Decker Laura Mrs., (wid.) John B,, res. 
161 w. Maryland. 

Decker W. J., student, commercial col- 
lege, bds. 164 w. Maryland. 

Deerberg Fredericka, (wid.) Christian, 
res. 318 s. East. 

Deerr John, lab., res. 584 e. St. Clair. 

DeFranco Jacobi, lab., res. 201 Huron. 

Degant John, clerk, Thayer & Son, bds. 
309 e. Market. 

Degnan Alexander, brick-layer, res. 441 
s. Illinois. 

DeHaven Andrew J., paper-hanger, Hume, 
Adams & Co., res. n. e. cor. IJkicCarty 
and East. 

DeHart Austin, teamster, res. 27 Fayette. 

Dehne Charles, flour and feed, 800 e. 
Washington, bds. East Street House. 

Deihl Henry C, clerk, general freight 
office, C. & 1. R. R., bds. 27 w. Mary- 
land. ■■:>. 

Deischler Sally, (wid.) John, res. 230 s. 
New Jersey. 

Deither Arnst, shoe-maker, res. 21 Bid- 
die. 

Deitcel Adam, expressman, res. 156 n. 
Davidson. 

Deittrich Christian, cabinet-maket, Cab- 
inet-Makers' Union, res, 77 David- 
son. 

Deitch Felix, wholesale grocer, cor. Mar- 
ket and Noble, res. 173 e. Market. 

Deitch Joseph, (D. & Deitch,) res. 85 n, 
Alabama. 

Deitch Joseph L,, wholesale liquor dealer, 
14 s. Delaware, res. 382 w. New 
York. 

Deitz Frederick, (B, & Honeart,) 255 e. 
Washington, res. National road, e. 
city. 

Deitz George, bds. 78 and 80 w. Wash- 
ington. 

Deitz Henry, bds. 60 s. Delaware, 

Deitz & Honeart, (Fred. D. & John H,,) 
saloon, 255 e, Washington. 

Deitz Peter, saloon and boarding house, 
60 s. Delaware. 



SINGER'S 

SEWING MACHINE 

AT 

No. 16 North Delaware Street, Indianapolis, 
See fly-leaf vi. 



Delano Joel A., carpenter, res. 236 Rail- 
road. 

Dellahunt Louis, farmer, rts. 219 Vir- 
ginia av. 

Delany Michael, brakesman, I. & C. R, 
R., 133 n. Noble. 

Delaney Michael, lab., res. 65 e. South. 

Deleany John, lab., res. 299 New Jersey. 

Deleany Peter, lab., res. 21 s. Tennessee. 

Deleany William, lab., res. 189 High. 

Deleny Margaret, (wid.) William, res. 
249 s. Tennessee. 

Deleny Peter, lab., res. 21 Maple. 

Dell Edward, clerk, Union Hall, bds. 
same, 141 e. Washington. 

Dell John, res. 553 e. Washington. 

DELL WILLIAM, 

propr. Union Hall Hotel, saloon and 
restaurant, 135, 137, 139 and 141 e. 
Washington. 

Dell William H.,jr,, book-keeper, Becker 
& Huber, 127 e. Washington, bds. 
Union Hall. 

Deller Dora Mrs., (wid.) Charles, seam- 
stress, 193 e. Washington. 

Deller Frederick, painter, 184 n. Noble, 
res. same. 

Dellert Charles, upholster, Roll & Smith, 
res. 65 s. East. 

Delles William, blacksmith, res. 316 In- 
diana av. 

Delong E. L. Mrs., bds. 25 n. New Jer- 
sey. 
' D El ^ 
East. 

Delzell Hugh, livery and sale stable, 42 
e. Maryland, bds. Palmer House. 

Demoss Lee, delivery clerk, T. H, & R. 
R,, res. 370 n, Tennessee. 

DB MOTTE W. H., 

principal Indiana Female College, 
cor. Meridian and New York, res. 



Demunn George, section boss, Central R. 
R. res. Ill Meek. 

Deneen James W., tailor, res, 361 n, Ala- 
bama, 

Denk Andrew, vinegar manf,, res. 183 
Indiana av. 

Denney, Ebert & Co., (John E. D. & John 
E,,) carpenters and builders, 44 
Kentucky av. 



See Wholesale Drug House, page 46. 



60 



LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 



THE GOOD TEMPLAR 



IS A POPULAR 



MONTHLY TEMPERANCE SHEET. 



See page : 



Denney William H., harness-maker, res. 
77; Oak. 

Denny ^Jolm E., (D, Ebert & Co.,) 44 
Kentucky av, res. 594 n. Mississippi. 

Denny Joseph, millright, bds. Nagel 
House. 

Denny Martin, saddler, res. 558 n. Mis- 
sissippi. 

Denny Robert, notary public, general 
coTlecting and military claim agt,, 
68 e. Washington, res. 18 Bates. 

Dennis Charles C, clerk, J. C. Green & 
Co., bds. cor. Maryland and Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Dennis Eloria Mrs., (wid.) John, bds. 52 
s. Pennsylvania. 

Dennis James M,, artist, room 25, Tal- 
bott & New's blk., n. Pennsylvania, 
res. 314 n. East. 

Dennis John W., clerk, general freight 
office, C. & I. C. R. R., res. 140 Vir- 
ginia av. 

Dennis Peter, brick-layer, res. 26 Buch- 
anan. 

Densen Chauncey, division road master, 
I. C. & L. R. R,, res. e. Georgia, bet. 
Noble and Benton. 

Dent Clara, (col.,) washerwoman, res. 31 
Hosbrook. 

Dent John, (col.,) porter, 48 Virginia av., 
res. same. 

Denton Ansel B., (Hay 6i Co.,) 48 w. 
Washington, res. 62 Greer. 

Denton John, student, North-Western 
University, bds. 381 n. Delaware. 

Denton Rate B., bds. 36 n. New Jersey. 

Denton Wickliffe, student, North-Western 
Christian University, bds. 381 n. 
Delaware. 

Dentzleman Charles, machinist, bds. 80 
s. Delaware. 

Dephner Charles, attorney, e. Washing- 
ton, res. 52 s. Alabama. 

Derbyshire Benjamin, carpenter, bds. 
64 8. Delaware. 

Derbyshire David, carpenter, bds. 64 s. 
Delaware. 

Derbyshire John, carpenter, bds. 64 s. 
Delaware. 

Derennish Solomon, tailor, res. 219 e. 
South. 

Dermady Thomas, lab., res. Sinker. 



Derry Milton, (col.,) white-washer, res. 
29 Hosbrook. 

Derringer Simeon, plasterer, res. 287 e. 
Georgia. 

Dersh John, lab., res. 157 Vincent. 

De Ruiter Durk, (W. D. & Bro.,) 65 s. 
Illinois, res. same. 

DE RUITER W. & BRO., 

(White D. & Durk De Ruiter,) oyster 
bay, 65 s. Illinois. 

De Ruiter White, (W. D. & Bro.,) 65 s. 
Illinois, res. same. 

Deschler Joseph, saloon, 15 n. Pennsyl- 
vania, res. 26 Cherry. 

Deshong Hiram, carpenter, res. 457 e. 
Georgia. 

Desjardino Joseph, carpenter, res. 464 
Virginia av. 

Deson James, engineer, res, 151 w. South. 

Dessar Adolph, (D. Bro. & Co.,) 60 s. 
Meridian, res. New York. 

DESSAR, BRO. & CO., 

(Adolph, Joseph B., David & Lewis 
Dessar,) wholesale clothing and 
piece goods, 60 s. Meridian. See 
card, page 46. 

Dessar David, (D., Bro. & Co.,) 60 s. Me- 
ridian, res. New York City. 

Dessar Joseph B., (D., Bro. & Co.,) 60 s. 
Meridian, res. 213 n. Illinois. 

Dessar Lewis, (D., Bro. & Co.,) 60 s. Me- 
ridian, bds. 172 e. Ohio. 

DE TURK BENJAMIN H.. 

(De T., & Hollenback,) res. 149 e. 
Washington. 

DE TURK & HOLLENBACK, 
(Benjamin H., De T. & William H.,) 
house, sign and ornamental painters, 
. 147 e. Washington. 

Deutsch Jacob, salesman, 38 w. Wash- 
ington, bds. Rhodius' restaurant. 

Devalt Matt., drayman, res. 140 n. Da- 
vidson. 

DEVELIN LAFE., 

editor. Daily and Weekly Herald, 
16J e. Washington, bds. Bates 
House. 

Devimish Calvin F., gas-fitter, res. 219 
e. South. 

Devennish John, iron moulder, res. 128 
n. East. 

Devinish Solomon, merchant tailor, 
Eden's blk., e. Market, res. 219 e. 
South. 

Dover Mary, servant, 22 Circle. 

Devenport John, engineer. Journal office, 
res. n. e. cor. Bright and Douglas. 

Devenport Thomas, saw-maker, res. 332 
s. Delaware. 

Devine William, tailor, res. 160 s. Noble. 
De Wald Frank, salesman, 45 and 47 e. 
Washington, bds. cor. Mississippi 
and Maryland. 



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LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 



61 



3 Wald Mathias, draymaD, 76 e. Wash- 
ington, res. n. Noble. 

Bwdeney William H., blacksmith, res. 
76 w. Market. 

3witt Ella, bds. 15 e. Ohio. 

iinleigh Charles, driver, Adams Ex- 
press, res. 375 s. Illinois. 

ijo Jonas, carpenter, res. 145 n. Mis- 
sissippi 

ibble Eddy M., book-keeper, Cottrell & 
Knights, res. 163 Spring. 

:ce Amanda, servant, 76 n. East. 

ckens Rachael, fwid.) Ephram D., res. 
222 w. New York. 

cker Alfred J., salesman, China Tea 
Store, 7 Odd Fellows Hall, bds. 82 e. 
Ohio. 

cker Saphira, washerwoman, res. 70 
California. 

ckert Jacob, (Cabinet-maker's Union,) 
res. n. Davidson. 

ckenson Frank, (col.,) lab., res. 182 
w. Georgia. 

ckenson James L., physician and sur- 
geon, res. 460 Rosette. 

ckerson Charles, (col.,) res. 82 Wa- 
bash. 

ckerson Sarah, (wid.) George, res. 95 
Eddy. 

ckinsou William B., (Bunte & D.,) res. 
19G n. Tennessee. 

cket Jacob, cabinet-maker. Cabinet- 
maker's Union, res. 220 n. West. 

ckman Francis, farmer, res. 775 n. Ill- 
inois, 

ckout George, trunk-maker, Perrine, s. 
Illinois, bds. 84 s. Illinois. 

ckout Richard, trunk-maker, bds. 115 
w. New York. 

ckson Andrew, cashier, New York 
Store, bds, 17J Virginia av. 

ckson Carlos, (C. D. & Co.,) 84 w. 
Washington, res. 74 w. Vermont. 

ckson C. & Co., (Carlos, James C. & 
Walter C, ) woolen manfs. supplies 
and agricultural implements, 84 w. 
Washington. 

ckson James, (V, Butsch & D,,) 27 e, 
Georgia, res. 207 s. Tennessee. 

ckson James B., treas,. Metropolitan 
Theater, and book-keeper, Butsch & 
Dickson, res. 207 s. Tennessee. 

.ckson James C, (C. D. & Co.,) 84 w. 
Washington, res. 110 Indiana av. 

.ckson James C, carpenter, 168 w. 
Washington, res. 110 Indiana av. 

.ckson John, (col.,) teamster, res. 309 e. 
New York. 

ickson John T., book-keeper, 87 Vir- 
ginia av., bds. 207 s. Tennessee. 

ickson Thomas, salesman, Dickson's 
lumber yard, bds. 196 n. Tennes- 
see. 



THE CITY HOTEL, 



ChioAgo, is convenient to 



THE JOBBING TRADE, 



See front leaf vii. 

Dickson Myron, salesman, 84 w. Wash- 
ington, bds, 110 Indiana av. 

Dickson Logan, (col.,) teamster, res, 309 
e. New York. 

Dickson Walter C, (C. D. & Co,) 84 w. 
Washington, res. 110 Indiana av, 

Dicky James B., carpenter, res. 47 
Dougherty. 

Diehl Henry C, clerk, C. & I. C. R. R., 
general freight office, bds, 73 w . 
Maryland. 

Dies Jacob, baker, Cincinnati Bakery, 
bds. same. 

Dieter Jacob, cigar-maker, 35 w. Wash- 
ington, res. 25 Biddle. 

Dieter Kate, servant, J. H. Kappes, 132 
e. North. 

Dietrichs Louisa Miss, milliner, 68 e. 
Washington, bds. 34 n. Delaware. 

Dietrichs Maggie Mrs., millinery goods, 
68 e. Washington, res. 34 n. Dela- 
ware. 

Dietrichs William, tobacconist, res. 34 n. 
Delaware. 

Dietz Frederick, saloon, 255 e. Washing- 
ton. 

Diever James, lab., res. Massachusetts 
av. 

Diggs John, brick-mason, bds. 36 n, Del- 
aware. 

Dill E. B., grocer, 98 Broadway, res. 
same. 

Dill John T., printer, res. 23 e, S(, Jo- 
seph. 

Dill Josiah, grocery clerk, 98 Broadway, 
bds, same. 

Dill Mary Mrs., (wid.) Charles, res. 228 
w. Georgia. 

Dillon Bridget, Miss, seamstress, bds. 30 
Williard. 

Dillon Daniel, lab., res. 61 Maple. 

Dillon Mary Ann, inmate Deaf and 
Dumb Asylum, res. North Vernon, 
Jennings co., Ind, 

Dillon Patrick, machinist, Eagle Machine 
Works, bds, 30 Williard, 

Dillon Sarah Mrs,, (wid.) Patrick, res. 
30 Williard, 

Dillon Thomas H., brick mason, res. 7 
Arch. 

Dilly John, engineer, Osgood, Smith & 
Co., bds, Dunbar House, 



See statement of the Adams Express Company, page 50. 



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LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 



]V ATIOTV AL 



ilf Ifil AID oALE 01 ABLE 



Court Street, Bet. Pennsylvania and Delaware, 

IN REAR OF POST-OFFICE, f 

INDIANAPOLIS, fNDIANA. 




THIS POPULAR ESTABLISHMENT 



Is Located in rear of the Post-Office, with a 



PINE ENTRAIfCE FROM BOTH PENNSYLVANIA AND DELAWARE STEEETS. 



Keeps as Fine Stock and can get up as Good a Turn-Out 

AS ANY STABLE JN THE CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS, AT LIVING RATES. 

The Stable being Large, the 

ACCOMMOBATIONS FOS BOAia)ING STOCK ARE GOOD AND CONVSHIENT. 



The proprietor pledges his personal attention to the satisfaction of his patrons ; 

and business men and pleasure-seekers, will find it to their 

advantage to give the National Stable a trial. 

WM. E. WOODS, Proprietor. 



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63 



Dennin & Co., propr's First National Sa- 
loon, Court, bet. Pennsylvania and 
Delaware. 

Dennin Samuel, (D. & Co.,) res. Court, 
bet. Pennsylvania and Delaware. 

Dimmerty Thomas,, lab,, res. 1 Sinker. 

Dimzelman Henry, piano-maker, res. 83 
w. Washington. 

Dippel John, journeyman carpenter, res. 
425 e. Vermont. 

Dippel Henry, varnisher, res. 449 Ro- 
sette. 

Dippel Henry, bar-keeper, 9 w. Washing- 
• ton, res. 197 n. Noble. 

Dippel Labrech, cabinet-maker, res. 499 
Rosette. ' 

Dishon J. M. & Bro., (James & William 
A. Dishon,) bill posters, office Jour- 
nal bldg, 

Dishon James M., (J. M. D. & Bro.,) res. 
222 s. Noble. 

Dishon William, (J. M. D. & Bro.,) res. 
326 s. Meridian. 

Dittrich Christ, with Cabinet-maker's 
Union. 

Ditzal Charley, expressman, res. 271 n. 
Liberty. 

Diver Charles, driver, M. U. Express, bds. 
71 e, Maryland. 

Dixon George, operator, Runnion's Art 
Gallery, 32^ e. Washington, res. 



Dixon George, (col.,) journeyman carpen- 
ter, res. 225 w. Ohio. 

Dixon George F., wagon-maker, U. S. 
arsenal, res. 222 Railroad. 

Dixon James W., dye house, 32 n. Mis- 
souri, res. 262 s. Missouri. 

Doarbaker John, porter, Little's Hotel, 
res. 77 n. New Jersey. 

Dochart Frederick, lab,, res. 175 Mi- 
nerva. 

Dockweiler Jacob, engineer, Bellefon- 
taine car shop, res. 501 e. Market. 

Dodd William S,, salesman, Judson & 
Dodd, res. 214 n. Illinois. 

Dodd John W., (Judson & D.,) 251 and 
253 e. Washington, res, 214 n. Illi- 
nois. 

Dodman E,, physician, office 51 Indiana 
av,, res. cor. Blackford and Ver- 
mont. 

Doggett Richard, shoe-maker, res, 119 w. 
Vermont. 

Doherty Dennis, msssenger, Western 
Union Telegraph Office, bds, 47 
Benton. 

Doherty Michael, messenger, Western 
Union Telegraph Office, bds. 47 
Benton. 

DOHN PHILIP, 

furniture wareroom, 246 s. Meridian, 
res. same. 



A FIRST-CLASS HOTEL. 



PHILLIPS HOUSE, 



DAYTON, OHIO. 



See page 102. 



Dohn Peter, cabinet-maker, works Philip 
Dohu, res. Bluff road, near city 
limits. 

Dol Peter, lab., res. 131 e. McCarty. 

Dolan John, lab., res. 58 s. Alabama. 

Dold Constantino, tailor, 26 n, Illinois, 
bds, 215 e. New York, 

Dolen Elizabeth, chambermaid, Ray 
House. 

Doll Peter, machinist, Sinker & Co. 

Dollarhide A., salesman, 58 s. Meridian, 
bds. Pyle House. 

Dolph Elizabeth A., (wid.) Joseph, res, 
487 Virginia av. 

Doman Jacob, watchman, Carpenters' 
Union Manf., res. 414 s, Illinois. 

Domon Oliver, carpenter, res. 220 s. Me- 
ridian. 

Domon P. Emil, beer hall, 16 and 18 s. 
Delaware, res. same. 

Donahue Patrick, lab., res. 519 e, Georgia. 

Donalds Adam, engineer, res. 124 Dun- 
can, 

DOISTALDSOK- & ALVEY, 

(E. S. D. & J. H. A.j) wholesale hats 
and caps, 54 s. Meridian, 

Donaldson E. C, salesman, 54 s. Meridian, 
bds. 180 n. Illinois. 

Donaldson C. S,, (D. & Alvey,) 54 s. Me- 
ridian, res. 180 n. Illinois. 

Donavan Dennis, lab., res, 281 Merrill, 

Donavan James, drayman, res. 360 w. 
North. 

Donavan John, engineer, C, & I, C. R. R., 
res, 45 s. Benton. 

Donavan Lawrence, lab,, res. 72 Benson. 

Donavan Maurice, engineer, B. & I. R. 
R,, res. 114 Benton. 

Donaugh Daniel R., clerk, Union ticket 
office, res. 335 s. Meridian. 

Dongas Casper, cabinet-maker, Speigel, 
Thoms & Co., res. s. Delaware. 

Danbary Patrick, lab., res. 57 Blake, 

Donman Theodore, clerk, 56 s. Meridian, 
res. 126 n. Tennessee. 

Donnell Thomas, foreman, LaDow, Win- 
der & Wise, bds. Wiles House. 

Donnely Michael, boiler-maker,Washing- 
ton foundry, res. 114 w, Georgia. 

Donnelly Francis, grocer and produce 
dealer, 347 s. Delaware, res. same, 

Donnelly John, carpenter, res. 347 s. Del- 
aware. 



Card of a Rectifying and Bonded Warehouse. See page 54. 



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LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 



SINGEE'S CELEBRATED 

SEWING MACHINES, 

ALSO, 

Machine Twist-Thread, Needles, Oils, &c. 
See page vi. 



Donnelly Michael, boiler-maker, Eagle 
Works, res. 229 s. Alabama. 

Donavan Ephraim, carpenter, U. S. arse- 
nal, res. 69 Elizabeth. 

Donaugh Daniel R., ticket clerk, Union 
Depot, res. 335 s. Meridian. 

Dooling Henry, lab., rolling mill, res. 245 
w. Maryland. 

Dooling Timothy, teamster, res. 209 Bu- 
chanan. 

Doran Michael W. E., patern-maker, cor. 
Kentucky av. and Georgia, res. 21 
Forest av. 

Dorian Jolin, (J. D. & Co.,) 69 s. Illinois, 
res. same. 

Dorian John & Co., (John D. & Charles 
S. Kane,) importers of linen goods, 
69 s. Illinois. 

Dorbecker Jacob, barber. Little's Hotel, 
bds. 77 n. New Jersey. 

Dorbecker John, barber. Little's Hotel, 
res. 77 n. New Jersey. 

Doremus George C, coach-maker, 26 e. 
Georgia, res. 215 Massachusetts av. 

Dorgan John, lab., res. 37 Dougherty. 

Dormaday Thomas, lab., res. Sinker, bet. 
New Jersey and Alabama. 

Dorsey Anthony, lab., res. 334 s. Dela- 
ware. 

DORSEY & LAYMAN, 

(Robert S. D. & James T. L.,) hard- 
ware, cutlery, window glass, nails, 
&c., 64 e. Washington. 

Dorsey Robert S., (D. & Layman,) 64 e. 
Washington, res. 379 n. Pennsylva- 
nia. 

Dorsey Thomas, contractor, res. 216 s. 
Meridian. 

Dorsy William, (col.,) barber, n. e. cor. 
Meridian and Washington, res. 552 
n. Mississippi. 

Doty David, res. 170 w. Market. 

Doty David, (GufFen & D.,) 48 s. Penn- 
sylvania, res. beyond city limits, on 
Virginia av. 

Doud John, lab., res. 178 Meek. 

Doughty John G., foreman. Journal office, 
res. 27 Indiana av. 

Dougherty Charles, merchant, res. 333 s. 
Delaware. 

DOUGHERTY JOHN, 

retired merchant, 226 e. South. 



Dougherty James, lab., res. 5 Willard. 

Dougherty Maurice, lab. 47 s. Benton. 

Dougherty Patrick, blacksmith, res. 506 
Rosette. 

Dougherty Patrick F., clerk, J. McQinnis, 
bds. 280 e. Washington. 

Dougherty Thomas, lab., res. 77 w. South. 

Douglas Andrew, lab., res. 323 s. East. 

Douglas Benjamin W., machinist, res. 40 
Hosbrook. 

DOUGLASS & CONNER, 

(James G. & Samuel M. D., Alex- 
ander H. C. & William R. Hollo- 
way,) props, and publishers Indiana- 
polis Journal, (daily and weekly, 
Republican -paper,) printers, bind- 
. ,- ers, stereotypers and publishers; of- 
fice new Journal- bldg., e. Market, 
cor. Circle. See card on fly leaves. 

DOUGLASS FRANK D., 

general agt. Continental Life Insu- 
rance Co., of Hartford, Conn., s. w. 
cor. Washington and Meridian, res. 
708 n. Tennessee. 

Douglass George W., binder. Journal of- 
hce, bds. 129 w. New York. 

DOUGLASS JAMES G., 

(D. & Conner,) Journal Co., res. 129 
w. New York. 

DOUGLASS SAMUEL M., 

(D. & Conner,) Journal Co., res. 129 
w. New York. 

Dove David M., carpenter, res. 120 e. New 
York. 

Dow & Allen, (Eli S. D. & Austin W. A.) 
agts. Lamb Knitting Machine, 84 e. 
Market. 

Dow Eli S., agt. Lamb Knitting Machine, 
• 84 e. Market, res. 107 n. Noble. 

Dowley James, lab., res. 313 w. Merrill. 

Dowling L. H., bds. 14 s. Mississippi. 

Dowling W\ W., (D. «& Shortridge,) pub- 
lishers Little Sower, Journal bldg,, 
2d floor, res. 488 n. Mississippi. 

Dowling & Shortridge, (W. W. D. & A. 
C. S.,) publishers Little Chief, Jour- 
nal bldg. 

DOWNEY & BROUSE, 

(James E. D. & Charles W. B.,) print- 
ers and publishers, 27^ s. Meridian. 

Downey James E., (D. & Brouse,) print- 
ers and publishers, bds. 162 n. New 
Jersey. 

Downey John, lab., res. 60 s. Delaware. 

Downey John, stone-cutter, res 277 e. 
Georgia. 

Downie Melissa Mrs., (wid.) George B., 
res. 241 Virginia av. 

Downs Peter L., carpenter, res. w. Mar- 
ket, rear State House. 

Downs Thomas, lab., res. 52 Maple. 

Dosey Edward 0., traveling agt., May- 
hew & Branham, bds. Spencer House. 



Soda Water Manufacturer's card on page 54. 



LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 



G5 



)oyle Edward, lab., res. 4 Sinker. 

)ozeubauch Osvalt, tinner, res. 300 s. 
Illinois. 

)rage William, baker,Cincinnati bakery, 
bds. 107 e. Washington. 

)rant George, polisher, 159 and IGO e. 
Washington, bds, 36 n. Pennsylvania 

)raper James, grocer, 180 w. Washing- 
ton, res. same. 

)reher Mathias, (D, Miller & Co.,) res. 
82 n. Liberty. 

DUEHER, MILLER & CO., 

(Mathias D., Henry W. M. & James 
Bollinger,) dry goods, 250 e. Wash- 
ington. 

)rew Henry E., cleric, p. o., bds. 68 Mas- 
sachusetts av. 

)rew John A., (Sullivan & D.,) 10 e. 
Pearl, res. 88 Massachusetts av. 

)rew Samuel W., (S. W. D. & Co.,) bds. 
Pyle House, 

DHEW S. W. & CO., 

(Samuel W. D. & Philip Sayer,) car- 
riage-makers, shop e. Market Square. 

Driftmier Henry, drayman, res, 176 s. 
Noble. 

Driggs N. S., salesman, Browning & 
Sloan, bds, Spencer House, 

[)riscoll America E., (wid.) Jasper, tail- 
oress, res. 490 s. Illinois. 

Driscol Jeremiah, lab, res. 26 Willard. 

Drover Henry, sawyer, Osgood, Smith & 
Co., res. 26 Chatham. 

Drotz Emil, (D, & Steinhaur,) res. 254 s, 
Pennsylvania, 

Drotz & Steinhaur, (Emil D. & Michael 
S.,) files and rasps, 136 s, Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Drum Anna, kitchen girl, Depot Dining 
Hall, res, same, . 

Drumm William H., jobber, res. 424 Vir- 
ginia av, 

Drumm William, bar-keeper. Favorite 
Saloon, res. 560 Virginia av. 

Drummond Hugh J., baker, 12 s. Meri- 
dian, bds, same, 

Drygo Mary, (col.,) servant, 142 n. Mis- 
sissippi, 

Duchene Charles, bakery and confection- 
ery, 114 s, Illinois, res, same. 

Duell Walton, engineer, 278 Davidson, 
res. 433 e, Vermont. 

Duff George, lieutenant regular army, 
res. 322 n. Alabama. 

Duffy John, tailor, Moritz Bros., res. 57 
s. California. 

Dugan John, salesman. New York store, 
bds. 43 n. Delaware. 

Dugan Neal, lab., res. 60 Oak. 

Dugan Thomas, boots and shoes, 136 s. 
Illinois, res. 305 s. Pennsylvania. 

Dugged Frank, (col.,) barber, 50 e. Wash- 
ington, bds. 17J Virginia av. 



GROVER &. BAKER, 

SEWING MACHINES, 

21 EAST WASHINGTON STREET, 

INDIANAPOLIS. 

Dumont Ebenezer, farmer, res. Three 

Notch rd., beyond city limits. 
Dunbar Charles S., cigar store, 9 Massa- 
chusetts av., res. same. 
Dunbar John, lab., res. w. National road, 

opp. Insane Asylum. 
Dunbar Melzar, cash boy, Hume, Adams 

& Co., bds. 254 s. Pennsylvania. 
Dunbar Sarah, (wid.) Melzer, res. 254 s. 

Pennsylvania. 
Duncan J. S., (R. B. & J. S. D.,) room 3 

Brown's blk., n. Pennsylvania, res. 

Fall Creek Gravel rd,, |- mile e. from 

end Fort Wayne av. 
Duncan Robert, huckster, res. 256 Blake. 
Duncan Robert, machinist, bds. 1 Vine. 
Duncan Robert B., ( R. B. & J. S. D.) room 

3 Brown's blk., n. Pennsylvania, res. 

Fall Creek Gravel rd., J mile e. from 

end Fort Wayne av. 
DUNOAN H. B. iz J. S., 

(Robert B. & John S. D.,) lawyers, 

room 3 Brown's blk., n. Pennsylva- 
nia, 
Dunlap B. F., journeyman carpenter, res. 

68 Indiana av. 
Dunlea Charles, driver, Adams Express, 

12 e. Washington. 
DUNLOP & GOODWI]>T, 

(John S. D. & Thomas A. G.,) real 

estate and insurance agts., 16 and 18 

n. Meridian, 
Dunlop John S., (D. & Goodwin,) 16 and 

18 n. Meridian, res. 288 n, Pennsyl- 
vania. 
Dunlop Joshua, (col.,) grocer, res. 190 n. 

Missouri. 
Dunlop Livingston Mrs., res. 25 Virginia 

av. 
Dunmeier Christian, boarding house, 213 

S.Pennsylvania. 
Dunmire Frederick, drayman, res. 266 e. 

Ohio. 
Dunn Edward, heater, rolling mill, res. 

275 s. Pennsylvania. 
Dunn & Franco, (Margaret D. & Sarah 

F.,) millinery store, 52 n. Illinois. 
Dunn George W., secy. Union Insurance 

Co., 2 w. Washington, cor. Meridian, 

bds. 52 n. Pennsylvania. 
Dunn John E., salesman, Geisendorff & 



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)unn Jacob P., (Wm. Love & Co.,) notary 
public, room 1 Talbott & New's blk., 
n. Pennsylvania, res. 410 n. Ten- 
nessee. 

DUnSTH JAMES T., 

(D., Taylor & Sherwood,) bds. 224 e. 
Washington. 

)unn John C, (D. & Karney,) plumbers 
and gas fitters, n. Illinois, res. 544 n. 
Mississippi, 

3UNN & KARNEY, 

(John C. D. & John K.,) plumbers 
and gas and steam fitters, 70 n. Il- 
linois. 

)unn Margaret, (D. &:, Franco,) cor. Mar- 
ket and Illinois, res. 77 s. Missis- 
sippi. 

)unn William A., porter, State Library, 
State House, res. 77 s. Mississippi. 

)unn, Taylor & Sherwood, (James T. D,, 
Isaac I. T. & William S. S.,) real es- 
tate agts., cor. Washington and Vir- 
ginia av. 

)unnan Barbara, (wid.,) res. 126 n. Ten- 
nessee. 

)unning Thomas, carpenter, cor. Tennes- 
see and Georgia, bds. 144 n. Tennes- 
see. 

)unning Wallace, tinner, 68 e. Washing- 
ton, res. 126 n. Tennessee. 

)unsha John B., work John Wallace, res. 
same. 

)unworth David, shoemaker, res. 280 s. 
Illinois. 

)urbin David S., book-keeper, Bremer- 
man & Renner, 123 e. Washington, 
res. 335 n. East. 

>urbin David S., solicitor, Guardian Life 
Insurance Co., s. e, cor. Washington 
and Meridian. 

)urfeld John F., (J. W. Blake & Co.,) res. 
Crawfordsville pike, two miles w. city 

)urgy Mary A. Miss, servant, 37 Hos- 
brook. 

)urham Horace E., engineer, 35 e. Wash- 
ington, res. 17 e. North. 

)urie Henry, switchman, T. H. & I. R. 
R., res. 446 s. West. 

)urst Jacob, teamster, res. 274 s. Meri- 
dian. 

)ury John, (E. H. Mayo & Co.,) 23 e. 
Washington, res. 184 Massachusetts 
av. 

)usch A. F., barber, cor. Pennsylvania 
and Washington, bds. 280 e. Market. 

)uthee James, railroader, res. 31 Pine. 

BUTTON H. R., 

agt. Connecticut Mutual Life Insu- 
rance Co=, of Hartford, Conn'., room 
16 Eden's blk., e. entrance. See card 
pages 74 and 154. 

)utton George, works City Gas Works, 
res. 81 w. McCarty. 



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Duval Ely, gardener, res. 337 s. Alabama. 

Duval Sarah Mrs., (wid.) Joseph, res. 337 
s. Alabama. 

Duvall David C, salesman. Roll & Smith, 
res. 149 n. Illinois. 

DUVALL J. PEYOE, 

policeman, (day,) Sixth Ward, res. 
260 Railroad. 

Duzan James H., foreman, H. C. Chandler 
& Co., res. 362 e. New York. 

DUZAN W. A., 

physician and surgeon, office 252 n. 
Illinois, res. 418 n. Tennessee. 

Duzan William H., cabinet-maker, 72 w. 
Washington. 

Dwyer Lawrence, lab,, res. 257 s. West. 

Dwyer Neddy, lab., res. 345 s. Delaware. 

Dwyer Thomas, lab., res. alley bet. Mary- 
land and Georgia, and Missouri and 
West. 

Dwyer William, shoemaker, res. 50 Wy- 
oming. 

Dye & Harris, (John T. D. & Addison C. 
H.,) lawyers, rooms 8 and 9 Talbott 
& New's blk., n. Pennsylvania. 

Dye John T., (D. & Harris,) rooms 8 and 
9, Talbott & New's blk., n. Pennsyl- 
vania, res. e. terminus Virginia av. 

DYNES LEONIDAS G., 

(L. G. D. & Co.,) Dynes and Goodwin, 
17J w. Washington, res. same. 

DYNES L. G. & CO., 

(Leonidas G. D. & Mandeville G. 
Lee,) editors and publishers Daily 
Evening Commercial, 17J w. Wash- 
ingtonj See card page 102. 

DYNES L. G. & CO., 

(Leonidas G. D. & Angelo Q. Good- 
win,) book and job printers, 17^- w. 
Washington. See card page 102. 

DYNES & GOODWIN, 

(Leonidas G. D. & Angelo Q. G.,) 
editors and publishers of the Good 
Templar, a monthly journal. See 
card page 98. 



EAGLE JOHN, messenger, Adams Ex- 
press Co., 12 e. Washington, bds. 32 
n. Pennsylvania. 
Eagle John D., (Eagle & Son,) bds. 340 

n. Delaware. 
Eagle Margaret, servant, Union House. 



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McCREEKY & PAY'S 

GHIJfA, GLASS 

QUEEXSWARE HOUSE, 

56 and 5S East Washington Street. 
See pages 38 and 150. 



Eagle John H., (E. & Son,) res. 349 n. 
Delaware. 

EAGLE MACHINE WORKS, 
e. end Union depot, s. Meridian. 

Eagle & Son, (John H. E. & John D. E.,) 
grocers, 340 n. Delaware, cor. Ft. 
Wayne av. 

Eagle William 0., clerk, Eagle & Son, 
340 n. Delaware. 

Eaker George, teamster, res. Drake, near 
Michigan road. 

Ealy Alfred, carpenter, res. n, w. cor. 
Mississippi and First. 

Earl George, money clerk, American 
Express Co., bds. 339 n. Pennsylva- 
nia. 

Earl George G., agt., Merchants Dis- 
patch. 19 Virginia av., bds. 339 n. 
Pennsylvania. 

Earl William E., saddle and harness- 
maker, 47 s. Delaware, res. 354 Vir- 
ginia av. 

Earley Samuel, (col.,) waiter, Eockwell's 
dining rooms, Louisiana, opposite 
Union depot, bds. same. 

Earley William A., clerk, 47 n. Illinois. 
res. 244 n. Mississippi. 

Early Thomas, (Osgood, Smith & Co..) 
res. 520 s. Illinois. 

Earnshaw Francis, cabinet-maker, res. 
257 s. Pennsylvania. 

East James H., salesman, 10 e. Washing- 
ton, res. 430 n. Mississippi. 

East Market Space, e. Market, bet. Dela- 
vrare and Alabama. 

Eastman Samuel, res. National road, 
opp. Insane Asylum. 

Eaton John W., clerk, 199 Massachu- 
setts av., bds. same. 

Eaton Morgus, carriage painter, Brem- 
erman & Renner, bds. Collins House. 

Eaves Samuel, overseer, Insane Asy- 
lum, w. of city limits, 

Eberhart George, master, cabinet shop. 
Deaf and Dumb Asylum. 

Eberiein Wielhelm, lab., Speigel, Thorns 
& Co., res. 717 s. Illinois. 

Ebert John, (Denny & E.,) res. 209 w. 
South. 

Eccles William, (Geisendorff & Co.,) 61 
and 63 w. Washington, res. 241 n. 
Alabama. 



Echols William, conductor, Bellefontaine 
R. R., res. 229 Winston. 

Eck J. H., (McDonaugh & E.,) 144 s. Al- 
abama, bds. 123 e. Vermont. 

Ecker Samuel, lab., res. 387 s. Missouri. 

Edington George, porter, Palmer House, 
bds. same. 

Eddy Morris E., book-keeper, Indiana 
National Bank, 2. e. Washington, 
bds. 182 n. Meridian, 

Eden xAsa, brick-mason, res. 645 n. Ten- 
nessee. 

EDEN CHARLTON, 

prest. and supt. Indianapolis Build- 
ers Manufacturers Association, plan- 
ing mills, Delaware, bet, Michigan 
and Vermont, res, 234 n. Meridian. 
See card, page 114. 

Eden Samuel C, journeyman carpenter, 
res. 87 n. New Jersey. 

Edmonds John, book-binder. Journal Co., 
bds. 350 n. Meridian. 

Edmonds William S., general soliciting 
ast., res. 60 e. Market, 

Edmonds W. M,, (Hendricks, E. & Co..) 
56 s. Meridian, res. 222 n. Illinois, 

Edward Edward, harness-maker, res, 00 
s. Pennsylvania, 

Edwards John, filer, rolling mill. bds. 
463 s. West. 

Edwards John, lab., res, 336 n. West. 

Edwards John, (col.,) plasterer, res. 31 
Harris. 

Edwards Martha, (wid.) John, boarding 
house, 60 s. Pennsylvania. 

Edwards Mary A., res. 60 s, Pennsylva- 
nia. 

Edwards Wesley, carriage-maker, res. 
416 s. Teenessee. 

Edwards Wesley, wheelright, res, 416 s. 
Illinois, 

Edwards William B,, cattle dealer, bds, 
60 s, Pennsylvania, 

Edwards William G., cabinet-maker, 
Helwig, Roberts & Co., res, 336 n. 
West, 

Effirt William, wagon-maker, res. s, s. 
National road, near Insane Asylum, 

Efinger John, shoe-maker, 158 w, Wash- 
ineton, res. 102 s. Illinois, 

EGGERT WILLIAM, 

(Burnham & £.,) 38 w. Market, res. 
same. 

Ehrensperger Frank, salesman. P».ay, 
I Mayhew & Co., res, 126 n. East. 

I Ehring Con, clerk, daily Telegraph, res, 

361 s, Alabama, 
! Ehrman Levi, cooper, res. 3S0 w. Mary- 
I land. 

Eibell Frank, book-binder, Macauly & 
Co., bds. Wiles House, w. Maryland, 

Eibell Joseph, book-binder, Macauley & 
Co., bds. Wiles House, w. Maryland, 



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Eichner William, store-keeper, Bates 
House, res. same. 

Eighth Ward School House, bet. South 
and Merrill, Virginia av, 

Elbreg George, (Wright & E.,) res. Bra- 
zil, Ind. 

Elder Eli A., (E. & Ripley,) 49 n. Illinois, 
res. 133 w. New York. 

Elder John R., res. 150 n. New Jersey. 

Elder Maggie S., primary teacher, first 
ward school, bds. J. R. Elder, 150 n. 
New Jersey. 

Elder & Ripley, (Eli, E. E. & William J. 
R.,) grocers, 49 n. Illinois. 

ELDEB WILLIAM G., 

route agt. Dafly Herald, 16J e. 
Washington, res. 81 w. Ohio. 

Eldred James E., inmate Deaf and Dumb 
Asylum, res. North Liberty, St. Jo- 
seph CO., Ind. 

Eldridge Isaac, messenger American 
Express Co., res. 394 Virginia av. 

Eldridge Jacob, (E. & Wood,) 30 W. 
Washington, res. 74 s, Mississippi. 

Eldridge & Wood, (Jacob E. & John F. 
W,,) real estate agts., 30 w. Wash- 
ington. 

Elff Frank, barber, res. 273 s. New Jer- 
sey. 

Ellerby James, veterinary surgeon, office 
rear of Delzell's stable. 

Ellenboger E. M., (Moritz, Bro. & Co.,) 
19 w. Washington, bds. Circle Res- 
taurant. 

ELLIOTT & BLACK, 

(Byron K. E. & James B. B.,) law- 
yers, 24i e. Washington. 

Elliott Byron K., (E. & Black,) city at- 
torney, 24J e. Washington, res. 22 
California. 

Elliott Calvin A., (E., Ryan & Co.,) 48 s. 
Meridian, res. 180 n. West. 

Elliott Charles S._, (Macauley & Co.,) bds. 
285 w. Michigan. 

Elliott D. D., salesman, 75 w. Washing- 
ton, res. 127 s. New Jersey. 

Elliott George, carpenter, res, 219 w. 
North. 

Elliott John M., salesman, 143 s. Merid- 
ian, bds. Commercial Hotel, s. Illi- 
nois. 

Elliott Jonathan, duputy sheriff, Marion 
CO., of&ce Court House Square, res. 
77 n. Noble. 

Ellioit Joseph, clerk, recorders office, 
bds. 393 Pennsylvania. 

ELLIOTT J. PERRY, 

photographic gallery, 8 e. Washing- 
ton, res. 293 n. Delaware. 

Elliott Russell, pay-master, Bellefontaine 
_ R. R., res. 38 w. St. Clair. 

Elliott Thomas B., capitalist, res. w. e. 
Michigan. 



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ELLIOTT J. T., 

judge. Supreme Court of Indiana, 

room, second floor, Gallup's blk, cor. 

Tennessee and Market, res. New- 
castle, Ind. 
Elliott, Ryan & Co., (Calvin A. E , James 

B. R. & H. C. Holbrook,) wholesale 

liquors, cigars, etc., 48 s. Meridian. 
Elliott Thomas B,, brakesman, J., M. & 

I. R. R., bds. Sherman House. 
Elliott William D., clerk, recorder's effice, 

res. 183 e. Ohio. 
Elliott William J., recorder, Marion co., 

res. 183 e. Ohio. 
Elliott William S., clerk, p. o., res. 256 

n. East. 
Ellinger Jacob, works J. S. Cury & Co., 

res. Kansas, outside corporation. 
Ellis Henry, journeyman carpenter, res. 

50 Cherry. 
Ellis Kate Mrs., res. 32 Helen. 
Ellis Thomas, moulder, Sinker & Co., 

res. 35 Bradshaw. 
EUms Cornelius H., engineer, Bellefon- 
taine R. R., res. 219 Davidson. 
Ellsworth Samuel W,, res. 213 n. Liberty. 
Elmer John W., shipping clerk, H. Daily 

& Co., res. 192 e. McCarty. 
Elmo Thomas, (col.,) lab., res. 60 Ann. 
Elsmore Thomas, lab., res. 80 Ann. 
ELSTOlSrW. J. 

(Duzan &E.,) bds. 252 n. Illinois. 
Elstrod Henry, Cabinet-Makers' Union, 

res. 184^n. Winston. 
Elvin Gardner W., brakesman, Peru R. 

R., res. 500 s. East. 
Elwood Rebert, brewer, bds. Jefferson 

House. 
Ely Henry A., moulder, bds. Ray House. 
Ely Joseph, patent right agt., res. 649 n. 

Tennessee. 
Ely Reuben, agricultural implement 

dealer, bds. Ray House. 
EMENEGGER MATHIAS, 

propr. Emenegger's Hotel, 111 and 

113 e. Washington, res. same. 
Emerson John B., carpenter, 225 and 229 

w. Market, res. 239 w. Market. 
Emerson Boswell B., (E. Beam & Co.,) 

res. 239 w. Market. 
Emmerick Henry, (H. E. & Co.,) 86 w. 

Washington, res. 224 w. Maryland. 



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J. NEWTON KNIGHT. SAMUEL LLOYD. 

House, Sign & Ornamental Painters, 

GLAZIERS, IMITATORS OP WOOD AND MARBLE. 

Shop, rear 25 West Washington St., Indianapolis, Ind. 



RE-GLAZING DONE AT SHORT NOTICE. 



GEO. K. SHARE & CO. 

DEALERS AND JOBBERS ZN 

SADDLERY HARDVARE, HAMES, 

CHAINS, WHIPS, HOKSE COLLAES, 

Carriage Trimmings, Springs, Axles, Bolts, Patent Leathers, Coach Varnishes, 
Carriage Wood-Works, Spokes, Feloes, Wheels, Shafts, &c. 

Ko. 40 South Meridian Street, Opposite Opera Hall, 

Indianapolis, Indiana. 

"No. 28 Illinois Street, near the Bates House, 

Indianapolis, Indiana, 

Would respectfully announce to the citizens of Indianapolis and vicinity, that he 

has permanently located himself at the above number, where he has 

opened a large and fashionable assortment of 

Ladies' and Gents' Ornamental Hair Work, Wigs, 

Toupees, Perukes, Braids, Switches, Puffs, Curls, Front Braids and Frizetts. 

,.,„■■ f 

J". 3yCA."Z"Ei:R & BI^O. 

DEALERS IK 



READY-MADE CLOTHING 



Gents' Furnishing Goods, Trunks and Valises, Hats and Caps, 

S PALMER HOUSE, 

WEST WASHIISrGTON STEEET, INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA. 



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Emmerich H. & Co., (Henry E,, Frederick 
W. Fant & John Osterman,) flour, 
feed and garden seeds, 86 w. Wash- 
ington. 

Emmet Robert, saloon, res. 82 e. South. 

Emmet William, train boy, Central R. R., 
bds. 82 e. South. 

Emmons John, saw-maker, bds. 51 s. 
Maple, 

Emmons John W., journeyman carpenter, 
res. 168 Winston. 

Emmons William, marble-cutter, 27 n. 
Tennessee, res. 168 n. Winston. 

Empire Line Fast Freight, 96 Virginia 
av., William S. Tarkington, agt. 

Emrich Andrew, stote store, 320 e. Wash- 
ington, bds. w. s. n. Noble, bet. 
"Washington and Market. 

Emrich Andrew, tinner, 274 e. Washing- 
ton. 

Emrich Henry, cabinet-maker, Helwig, 
Roberts & Co., res. 18 n. Noble. 

Emry Philip, res. 356 w. North. 

Endly James E., farmer, res. 325 e. Ohio. 

Engalking William, cartman, res. 208 
Union, 

Engalkelg Frederick, teamster, Butsch & 
Dickson, res. 134 s. Meridian. 

England George, journeyman carpenter, 
res. 226 w. New York. 

Engle George B., jr., agt. T. H. & I. R. 
R , res. 387 e. Market. 

Engle Jacob, lab., res. 121 Spring. 

Engle Willis D., clerk, T. H. & I. R. R., 
res. 287 e. Market. 

Engleheart William, shoe-maker, res. 31 
n. Liberty. 

English David W., printer. Commercial 
oflfice, res. 94 Douglas. 

ENGLISH ELISHA G., 

vice-prest. Citizens' Street Ry., Lou- 
isiana, res. 9 Circle. 

English Joseph K., county commissioner. 
Center township. 

English Lutheran Church, Rev. J. H. W. 
Stuckenberg, pastor, bds. 77 n. Ala- 
bama. 

English Orlando F., apprentice, book and 
job room. Journal, bds. 96 Douglas. 

English Willie, messenger, First National 
bank, res. 48 Circle. 

ENGLISH WILLIAM H., 

prest. First National bank, and treas. 

Citizens' Street Ry., office s. e. cor. 

Washington and Meridian, res. 48 

Circle. 
Enners Lewis (E. & Schwomair,) res. 376 

n. Noble. 
Enners & Schwomair, (Lewis E. & Chris- 
tain S.,) butcher shop, 249 ». Noble. 
Enners William, (Geisel & E.,) res. n. 

Noble. 



F O H. 

GOOD FURNITURE 

GO TO 

No. 105 East Washington Street. 
See front fly-leaves. 



Enos Benjamin V., (Smithmeyer & E.,) 
room 4 Viaton's blk., res. 397 n. 
Alabama. 

Enos Frovilla H. K., asst. book-keeper. 
Browning & Sloan, res. 387 n. Ten- 
nessee. 

Enright Ellen, servant, J. S. Spann, 163 
n. Pennsylvania. 

Episcopal Church, cor. Illinois and New 
York, Rev. Horace Stringfellow, 
pastor. 

Episcopal Mission Church, 100 Fletcher 
av. 

EQUITABLE FIRE INSUR- 
ANCE CO., of Indianapolis, room 4 
Odd Fellows Hall, n. e. cor. Wash- 
ington and Pennsylvania, Allen Gib- 
son, prest.; Isaac Waring, secy.; W. 
D. Staplin, general agt. See card, 
page 78. 

Erachem Rachel, lab., res. Merrill, bet. 
Alabama and Delaware. 

Erdelmeyer Frank, (Metzner & E.,) 81 e. 
Washington, res. 318 e. Market. 

Erick Frederick, soap-maker, res. 109 
Huron. 

Erie Transportation Co., 94 Virginia av., 
William T. Clark, agt. 

Ernst Frederick, printer, 73 w. Washing- 
ton, bds. 137 B. Union. 

Ernst Frederick, expressman, res. 137 
Union. 

Ervin Cornelius A., brick-maker, s. end 
East, res. 62 Bicking. 

Ervin Thomas, lab., 37 Henry. 

Eschmeyer Henry, (Rev.) pastor German 
Reformed Church, res. 41 n. Ala- 
bama. 

Esemann Joseph, dairyman, res. 340 Mad- 
ison av. 

Eshlman Henry, tailor, 168 e. Washing- 
ton, bds. 23 Kentucky av. 

Eskie Richard, butcher shop, w. end 
Union Depot, res. 308 s. Illinos. 

Essmann William, propr. Illinois House, 
199 s. Illinois. 

Estabrook Warren D., blacksmith, res. 
424 s. Tennessee. 

Etherton Samuel, carpenter, res. 23 Cen- 
ter. 

Estler Theophilus, brick-layer, res. 372 
n. East. 



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woolejst and cotton 

YARNS, 

DRY GOODS and NOTIONS. 

See page 42. 



Ettenheimer Emanuel, salesman, 10 w. 
Washington, bds. Rhodius' Restau- 
rant. 

Ettenheimer H. & Co., (Henry E. & Solo- 
mon Rosenthall,) fancy and millinery 
goods, 10 w. Washington. 

Ettenheimer Henry, (H. E. & Co.,) 10 w. 
Washington, bds. Rhodius' restau- 
rant. 

Etting Frank M., Colonel U. S. A., pay- 
master, State of Indiana, room 14, 
Talbott & New's blk., n. Pennsylva- 
nia, bds. Bates House. 

Ettinger Gustave, lab., res. 391 s. Mis- 
souri. 

Eubank Roland R., coach painter, res. 
cor. Pennsylvania and Tinker. 

Evans Adolphus G., salesman, 75 s. Me- 
ridian, bds. Spencer House, s. Illi- 
nois. 

EVANS & BROWN, 

(John D. E. & Daniel D. B.,) notions 
. and fancy goods, 75 s. Meridian. 

Evans Clara Mrs., res. 218 s. Georgia. 

Evans Eliza, dress-maker, 50 s. Illinois, 
res. 25 Lord. 

Evans George A., book-keeper, Evans & 
Brown, bds. Spencer House, s. Illi- 
nois. 

Evans George T., (I. P. E. & Co.,) 124 s. 
Delaware, res. 548 n. Meridian. 

Evans I. P. & Co., (Isaac P. E., George 
T. E., William R. E. & Joseph R. E.,) 
manfs. linseed oil, 124 s. Delaware. 

Evans Isaac P., (L P. E. & Co.,) 123 s. 
Delaware, res. Richmond, Ind. 

Evans John D., (E. & Brown,) 75 s. Me- 
ridian, bds. Bates House. 

Evans Joseph R., (I. P. E. & Co.,) 124 s. 
Delaware, res. 324 n. Alabama, 

Evans Robert, brick-layer, res. 476 n. 
Meridian. 

Evans Thomas, brick-mason, res. 496 n. 
Mississippi. 

Evans William R., (I. P. E. & Co..) 124 s. 
Delaware, res. 23 Ft. Wayne av. 

Evens Charles, fireman, bds. 99 e. Geor- 
gia. 

Evens George, moulder, bds. 103 w. 
South. 

Evens Henry W., machinist, res. 25 
Lord. 



Evens John, shoe-maker, res. 283 s. East. 

Everett Daniel F., salesman, 75 w. Wash- 
ington, res. 69 w. Market. 

Everise Samuel, patern-maker, Sinker & 
Co. 

Everson Erastus, clerk, 323 n. Alabama, 
bds. 158 e. Michigan. 

Evert Evert, sawyer, Osgood, Smith & 
Co., res. 175 Union. 

EWALD HENRY, 

blacksmith, shop, cor. Pratt and 
Ft. Waj^ne av., res. 128 St. Joseph. 

EWING DAVID, 

physician and surgeon, 35 Virginia 
av., bds. 74 n. Pennsylvania. 

Ewing James P., baker, 17 n. Pennsyl- 
vania, feds. Mrs. Reeds, n. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

EWING R. H., 

general agt.. Enterprise Insurance 
Co., of Cincinnati, 0., for Ind., office 
new Journal bldg., e. Market, res. 
67 w. Michigan. 

EwUer Margaret, (wid.) Philip, res. 232 
Railroad. 

Eymann Henry J., boot-maker, 7 n. Illi- 
nois, res. 223 w. Washington. 



FAGAN JOHN, train dispatcher, I. & 
C. R. R., res. Bates. 

Fahling Wilmina, servant, 124 n. Ala- 
bama. 

Fahnley Frederick. (Stiles, F. & McCrea,) 
318 s. Meridian, res. 231 Virginia av. 

FAHRBACH PHILIP, 

saloon and restaurant, 78 and 80 w. 
Washington, res. 62 w. South. 

PAHRION GEORGE, 

flour and feed dealer, 90 and 92 e. 
South, res. same. 

Fairbanks George P., plasterer, res. 230 
s. New Jersey. 

Faland Valentine, carpenter, res. 299 e. 
Merrill. 

Fale John, wagon-maker, res. 396 s. Illi- 
nois. 

Falkany Charles, foreman, McCord & 
Whetley, res. 21 Coburn. 

Fallon Patrick, lab., res. 2 Walter. 

Fallon James J., clerk, 54 s. Illinois, res. 
258 s. Tennessee. 

Fallon John S., porter, Indiana Female 
College, cor. Meridian and "New 
York. 

Fanton Johana, servant, 29 w. Pratt. 

Farley Thomas, saw manf., 136 s. Penn- 
sylvania, res. same. 

Farmer Frank, stone yard, cor. Missis- 
sippi and Louisiana, bds. 23 Ken- 
tucky av. 

Farmer Jerome B., lab., res. 290 Madi- 
son av. 



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LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 



73 



Farmer Leslie P., clerk, Bellefoutaine 
ticket office, bds. 109 Virginia av, 

Farnsworth C. 0., reporter, Daily Tele- 
graph, res. 246 n. East. 

FARNSWORTH THEO. H., 

physician, 21J w. Meryland, res. 
same. 

Farnsworth Thomas, street car conductor, 
res. 431 n. Tennesse. 

Farrall Edward, machinist, Sinker & 
Co. 

Farrell C. J. Miss, dress-maker, 79 n. 
Pennsylvania. 

Farrell Fargus, porter, 112 s. Meridian, 
res. 77 w. ^t; Clair. 

Farrell Katie, servant, 166 e. Market. 

Farrell McCue, carpenter, bds. 311 s. 
Pennsylvania. 

Farris John F., driver, Merchants Union 
Express Co-, res. n. Illinois, cor. 
First. 

Farris Milton H., carpenter, res. Morris, 
bet. Delaware and Alabama. 

Fatout's Block, s. w. cor. Washington 
and Missouri. 

Fatout Joshua L., (J. L. & ^I. K. Fatout,) 
carpenters and builders, Lafayette^ 
bet. Michigan and North. 

Fatout Percey H., carpenter, res. 413 n. 
Mississippi. 

Faucet David, livery and feed stable, 69 
Mississippi, res. 147 w. Maryland. 

Faught & Nicholas, (William H. F. & 
Addison N., ) dry goods, 12 w. Wash- 
ington. 

Faught William H., (F. & Nicholas,) 12 
w. Washington, res. 154 s. New Jer- 
sey. 

Faulkner Ida, inmate Deaf and Dumb 
Asylum, res. Danville, Ind. 

FAWKNER JOHN S., 

coal, office 24 w. Maryland, res. 348 
n. Alabama. See card, page 22. 

Fawsett Wilson, res. 193 w. South. 

Fawt Frederick W., (F. Emmerich & Co.,) 
86 w. Washington, res. 322 e. Mar- 
ket. 

Fawley John, brakeman. Central R. R., 
bds. Mrs. Whitmore. 

Fay Amos F., (McCreery & F.,) 56 and 
58 e. Washington, res. 290 e. Ohio. 

FAY JOHN J., 

propr. Little's Hotel, s. e. cor. Wash- 
ington and New Jersey. 

Fay Owen, machinist, Sinker & Co. 

Feailing William, lab., res. 53 Harrison. 

Fealing Sophia Miss, res. 53 Harrison. 

Fearnley John, carpenter, 19 Circle, res. 
186 w. Vermont. 

Feary Jeremiah E., carpenter, res. 318 
e. North. 

Featherby Hermann, painter, res 74 
Garden. 



THE 

CAPITAL RESTAUMNT 

A PLEASANT RESORT FOR AN 

Hour's Comfort and a Good Square Meal. 



Featherhoff Warren F., inmate Deaf and 
Dumb Asylum, res. Featherhoff's 
Mills, Carroll co., Ind. 

Featherston William E., auctioneer, 194 
and 196 e. Washington, res. 165 
Massachusetts av. 

Feely Isaac, moulder, bds. Ray House. 

Fegan John, brick- mason, res. 76 s. Mis- 
souri. 

Fehling Frederick, tailor, res. 195 s. 
New Jersey. 

Fehr Christian, carpenter, res. 800 n. 
Tennessee. 

Fehrenbatch John, machinist, res. Ill 
Spring. 

Foil Augustus, clerk, Adams Express Co., 
res, 43 Madison av. 

Felling Fred, shoe-maker, res. 53 Harri- 
son. 

Felback Lena, (wid.) John, res. 11 Bu- 
chanan. 

Felbush Conrad, teamster, res. 426 e. 
Vermont. 

Feld Gotthard, painter, cor. West and 
Maryland, res. same. 

Feley Isaac, moulder, bds. Ray House. 

Felix Andrew, journeyman painter, bds. 
281 Indiana av. 

Felix Charles, painter, res. 281 Indiana 
av. 

Fella Margaret, inmate Deaf and Dumb 
Asylum, res. Sharpe's Mills, Harri- 
son CO., Ind. 

Feller George, waiter. Depot Dining Hall, 
res. 132 w. Ohio. 

Feller George, watch-maker and jeweler, 
118 s. Illinois, res. 230 w. Ohio. 

Feller George, silversmith, res. 288 n. 
Tennessee. 

Fellinger P. J., student, commercial col- 
lege, bds. 164 w. Maryland. 

Fells Frederick, lab., res. 185 e. Harrison. 

Fellmann Harm an, boot and shoe-maker, 
res. 396 s. Delaware. 

Fenn John, cooper, res. 126 Union. 

Fennigan Daniel, works Merchants' 
Express, bds. 213 s. Pennsylvania. 

Fenton Franklin, saw-maker, res. 131 e. 
St. Joseph. 

Fenton Michael, lab., res. 354 n. Winston. 

Ferber August, grocer. National rd., near 
White river bridge. 



All kinds of Washing done in style. See page 2. 



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LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 



THE 



(INCORPORATED IN 1846,) 

Is the Great Life Insurance Company of this Country. 

IT HAS THE LAEGEST NUMBER OF MEMBERS. 

IT HAS THE LARGEST AMOUNT INSURED. 

IT HAS THE LARGEST INCOME. 
It has had, through its whole history, the smallest average expense. 

It obtains the largest average rate of interest on its investments. • 

IT PAYS THE LARGEST DIVIDENDS, 

It therefore furnishes Insurance at less cost than any other Company. 

Its acquired Assets amount to over $14,000,000. 

Its Policy Holders number 40,000. 
^ • Its receipts for the year ending December 31, 1866, was $6,509,627, 

BEING OYER $20,000 PER DAY. 



It has paid during the last ten years, more than $4,000,000 to the families of deceased 
Policy Holders. 



Its loans are not confined to the State of New York, as is the case with all New York Companies, but 
are made where the largest interest and greatest security can be had. 



Parties in Central Indiana desiring the Agency of this Company, will apply personally or 

by letter, to 

H. K,. I3TJTTOIV, -^^ent. 

No. 85 East Market Street, Room 15, Eden's Block, Indianapolis. 
See continued Statement on page 154. 



LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 



75 



Feree Jerry D., printer, Downey & Brouse, 
res. 254 e. Ohio. 

Fergason Elizabeth A., (wid.) Andrew F., 
boarding house, res. 60 w. Market. 

Fergason James, book-binder, Herald 
bindery, 16^ e. Washington, bds. 60 
w. Market. 

Ferguson Ann V., milliner, 64 n. Penn- 
sylvania, res. 129 n. Mississippi. 

Ferguson Clem A., watchmaker and jew- 
eler, 7 w. Washington, res. cor. Me- 
ridian and Tinker. 

Ferguson George, carpenter, bds. 302 w. 
Maryland. 

Ferguson Hiram, -carpenter, bds. 105 w. 
Michigan. 

Ferguson John A., salesman and book- 
keeper, W. J, Holliday & Co., res. 
270 n. Tennessee. 

Ferguson Kilby, pawn-broker, res. 251 e. 
McCarty. 

Ferguson Rezin, solicitor, life insurance, 
s. e. cor. Washington and Meridian, 
res. 329 n. Delaware. 

Ferguson Robert, plasterer, res. 27 w. 
Pratt. 

FERLII^a GEORGE, 

barber, cupping and leaching, under 
First National Bank, cor. Washington 
and Meridian, res. 126 e. Maryland. 

Fermire Henry, clerk, 56 w. Washington, 
res. 134 n. Mississippi. 

Ferobe Joseph,, works 25 n. Illinois, bds. 
same. 

Ferree F. M , (Bell & F.,) res. 369 n. New 
Jersey. 

Ferrell Joseph, res. 241 Indiana av. 

Ferry John H., brick-mason res. 477 n. 
East. 

Ferrin Fergus, lab., res. 77 w. St. Clair. 

Ferris Cavanaugh, moulder, bds. Ray 
House. 

Feriter Bridget, chamber-maid. Palmer 
House. 

Ferriter John, lab., res. 142 s. Noble. 

Ferriter John, lab., res. 310 e. Louisiana. 

Ferriter Maurice, grocer and produce 
dealer, 142 s. Meridian, res. same. 

Ferriter Michael, lab., res. 330 e. Lou- 
isiana. 

Fertig Francis, painter, res. 65 w. South. 

Fesler James M., carpenter, bds. Ray 
House. 

Fesler William B., carpenter, res. 212 s. 
Meridian. 

Fessendon Palmer, works City Laundry, 
bds. 142 s. East. 

Fessendon William F., machinist, bds. 
142 s. East. 

Fette Charles, works Eagle Foundry, res. 
250 s. Alabama. 

Fette George, cleaning and repairing, 38 
Virginia av., res. 128 Duncan. 



SINGER 



SEWING MACHINES, 

FULLY ILLUSTEATED. 



See page vi. 



Fichner Charles G., canvasser, bds. Wiles 
House. 

Fichner Mary, hair work, 56 s. Illinois, 
res. 273 s. West.' 

Fidel John H., barber, 135 s. Illinois, bds. 
273 s. New Jersey. 

Fiel A. G., freiget clerk, American and 
U. S. Express Co., res. 43 Madison 
av. 

Fietten Eugene, stone-mason, bds. 105 w. 
New York. 

Fifth Presbyterian Church,s. New Jersey, 
near Maryland. 

Fike Peter, teamster, res. 318 Madison 
av. 

Filer Samuel J., salesman, Bowen, Stew- 
art & Co., bds. Governor's old house. 

Finks John, lab., res. 290 Virginia av. 

Finch C. & E. & Co., butcher shop, 276 
w. Washington. 

Finch Fabius M., (F. & F.,) rooms 6 and 
7, Talbott & New's blk., n. Pennsyl- 
vania, res. 286 e. Ohio. 

PINCH & FINCH, 

(Fabius M. & John A. F.,) lawyers, 
rooms 6 and 7, Talbott & New's blk., 
n. Pennsylvania. 

Finch Heneage B., military claim agt. 
and attorney at law, room 6, Talbott 
& New's blk., n. Pennsylvania, bds. 
286 e. Ohio. 

Finch John A., (F. & F.,) lawyer and no- 
tary public, rooms 6 and 7 Talbott & 
New's blk.j n. Pennsylvania, bds. 286 
e. Ohio. 

Findley Bart, (col.,) plasterer, bds. 230 
n. Missouri. 

Finds Mildred, (col.,) servant, 446 n. 
Pennsylvania. 

Finel John, machinist, 28 e. Louisiana, 
bds 86 Forest av. 

Finer Julius, lab., res. 279 n. Liberty. 

Finfrock William, brakesman, bds. 99 e. 
Georgia. 

Fink Mary, (wid.) John, res. 51 e. Mc- 
Carty. 

Finn Bridget, (wid.) William, res. 80 
Maple. 

Finn John, lab., res. 33 Dougherty. 

Finn John, cooper, res. 26 Union. 

Finn Lizzie Miss, dress-maker, res. 126 
Union. 



Lill's Chicago Brewery Company make good Ale. See card, opp. Brewers. 



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aUICK TIME FROM INDIANAPOLIS 



ColumbuSj Pittsburg, 



PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK and BOSTON. 



See C. & I. Central Ry., in R. E. Department. 



Finney E. W., com, mer. and produce 
dealer, 65 s. Meridian, res. half mile 
from s. end Virginia av. 

Finney Jasper, salesman, 49 s. Meridian, 
res. 430 Virginia av. 

Finneran James, lab., res, 224 w. Merrill. 

Finnegan Bridget, servant, Ignatius 
Brown, 243 e. South. 

Finton Mary Miss, servant, 32 n. Penn- 
sylvania. 

Firestone Purtice, blacksmith, bds. 14 s. 
Mississippi. 

First Baptist Church, Rev. Henry Day, 
pastor, n. e. cor. New York and Penn- 
sylvania. 

First English Lutheran Church, e. New 
York, cor, Alabama. 

First German Reformed Church, n. Ala- 
bama, opp. Court House Squre. 

FIRST l^ATIONAL BANK, 

s. e, cor. Washington and Meridian, 
William H, English, prest., John C. 
New, cashier. 

First Presbyterian Church, n. Pennsylva- 
nia, cor. New York. 

First Universalist Church, s.w. cor. Del- 
aware and Maryland, Rev. B. F, 
Foster, pastor. 

Fiscus Andrew J., brick-mason, res. 373 
n. Esat. 

Fiscus Francis, brick-mason, res. 234 e. 
Vermont. 

Fiscus Thomas, bx'ick-mason, res. 280 e. 
St. Clair. 

Fiscus William, brick-mason, res. 1 Vine. 

Fish Byron, printer. Chandler & Co., bds. 
394 n. Mississippi. 

Fish Charles, book-keeper,22 s. Meridian, 
res. 367 n. East. 

Fish Edith, (wid.) Samuel P., res. 367 n. 
East. 

Fish George W., traveling agt., Grover & 
Baker Sewing Machine Co., 21 e. 
Washington. 

Fish John L., book-keeper, 129 s. Meri- 
dian, res. 78 e, Pratt. 

Fish Will S., printer, book and job 
room, Journal office, res. 367 n. 
East, 

Fisher Erastus, bell-boy. Bates House, 
res. same, 

Fisher Frances, res, 118 s, Illinois. 



FISHBACK JOHN, 

leather, hides, oil, shoe findings and 
leather belting, 125 s. Meridian, 
res. 16 e. Michigan, 

Fishback William P., (Porter, Harrison 
& F.,) Yohn's blk., cor. Washing- 
ton and Meridian, res. n. side e. 
Washington, fourth house east of 
city limits. 

Fisher Andrew, salesman, Helwig, Rob- 
erts & Co., res. 409 n. East, 

FISHER BENEDIOT, 

barber and hair dresser, Union De- 
pot, res. 189 s. Illinois. 

Fisher Catharine, res. 255^1 e. Washing- 
ton. 

Fisher Charles, bar-tender, 123 s. Illi- 
nois, bds same. 

Fisher Charley, journeyman cooper, res. 
123 n. Noble. 

FISHER CHARLES, 

justice of the peace, and treas. 
Grand Lodge of Masons, of Indi- 
ana, Yohn's blk, n. Meridian, res. 
26 w. North. 

Fisher Jacob, lab., res, 177 e. Washing- 
ton. 

Fisher John E., (Sanders & F.,) saloon, 
12 Bates House, bds. Bates House, 

Fisher Louisa, (wid,) Charles, res. 261 
s. Meridian, 

Fisher Phillip, hostler, 223 e, Washing- 
ton, res, cor, Washington and East. 

Fisher Samuel A,, cutter, Conklin & Co,, 
res, 269 s. New Jersey. 

Fisher William I,, shoe-maker, 10 s, 
Pennsylvania, res. same. 

Fisk Elizabeth I., news-stand, 62 n. Illi- 
nois, res. same. 

Fitch Daniel H., bar-keeper. Empire Res- 
. taurant, 33 n. Illinois, res. same. 

Fitzgerald Samuel, blacksmith, res. 156 
Meek. 

Fitzgerald Frances, (wid.) Michael, res. 
247 s. Missouri. 

Fitzgerald Jane, servant, .Joseph A 
Moore, 209 n. Pennsylvania. 

Fitzgerald John, tinner, res. 399 s. Dela 
ware. 

Fitzgerald Joseph, lab., res, 158 Black' 
ford. 

Fitzgerald Patrick T., lab., res. 28 s 
Tennessee, 

Fitzgerald Thomas, boot-maker, 'res 
Washington House, 

Fitzgerald William, lab., res. 188 Maple 

Fitzgerald William, lab,, res. 279 Vir 
ginia av. 

Fitzhugh Lee M., salesman, 149 s. Merid 
ian, res. 139 n. Alabama, 

Fitzpatrick Hugh L., boot and shoe 
maker, 74 Massachusetts av., res 
228 Spring. 



A heavy Insurance can be made. See page 30. 



LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 



77 



Fitzpatrick, James, lab., 66 s. West, res. 

same. 
Fitzpatrick Joseph, jo'irneymaa carpen- 
ter, res. 240 w. New York. 
Fitzpatrick Patrick, asst. pastor St. 

John's Catholic Church, res. Geor- 
gia, adjoining church. 
Fitzpatrick Peter, tailor, 66 s. West, res. 

same. 
Flaber John, peddler, res 287 n. Noble. 
Flack Joseph, market gardener, res. 272 

Blake. 
Flagan Lyman, gardener, res. 526 e. 

Georgia. 
Flaherty George,ccabinet-maker, bds. St. 

Nicholas Restaurant. 
Flaherty Sarah Mrs., (wid.) Michael, 

res. ^329 w. Maryland. 
Flaherty Thomas, salesman, 10 w. Pearl, 

bds. 325 s. Delaware. 
Flanders James, engineer, I. & C. R. R., 

bds. Ray House. 
Flanagan Owen, works City Gas House, 

bds. 40 Willard. 
Flanagan Peter, tailor, bds. 239 Coburn. 
Flattey Benjamin, porter, H. Daily & 

Co., res. 39 Bright. 
Flatly Benjamin, lab., res. 325 s. Penn- 

syvania. 
Fleetz Charles, blacksmith, res. 187 s. 

itleridian. 
Fleming George H., clerk Adjutant Gen- 
eral's office, bds. 24 w. Georgia. 
Fleming John, bds 32 n. Pennsylvania. 
Fleming John, waiter, Depot Dining 

Hall, res. 485 e. Georgia. 
Fleming John, press-boy. Herald office, 

16J e. Washington, bds. 91 s. West. 
Fleming John T., printer, Ben Franklin 

office, res. 362 e. New York. 
Fleming Peter, drayman, res, 448 e. 

Georgia. 
Fleming Thomas, porter and watchman. 

Herald office, 16| e. Washington, 

res. same. 
Flemings David, expressman, res. 95 

Bradshaw. 
Flemings James, drayman, res, 450 Vir- 
ginia av. 
Fleshman Lawrance, porter, Phoenix 

Works, res. 264 Massachusetts av. 
Fletcher Addle Mrs., (wid.) Milton, res. 

228 n. Georgia. 
Fletcher Allen S., student, N. W. C. 

University, res. 410 n. Delaware. 
Fletcher Calvin, vice-prest, Vincennes 

R. R., res. e. side College av., bet. 

Christian av. and Forest Home av. 
Fletcher Charles, (col.,) F. & Walker, 

res. 79 Missouri. 
Fletcher Cornelius, (col.,) lab., res. 200 

Douglas alley. 
Fletcher David, lab., res. 319 e. North. 



FOR aOOD TIME 



Pleasant Trip to Chicago, 



Buy your Tickets via Lafayette and Miclii- 
gan City. 



FLETCHER ELIJAH T., 

acting executor estate Calvin Fetch- 
er, Sr., office 3 Eden's blk., e. Mar- 
ket, res 410 n. Delaware. 

Fletcher Elizabeth, (wid.) John, res. 227 
Union. 

Fletcher H. F. money receiving clerk, 
American and United States Ex- 
press Cos., 34 e. Washington, res. 
189 e. Market. 

Fletcher Ingram, (F. & Sharpe,) 49 e. 
Washington, res. 462 n. Pennsylva- 
nia, cor. Pratt. 

Fletcher James J., clerk C. & Dl. freight 
office, res. cor. Mississippi and 
Second. 

Fletcher L. W , (Wheat, F. & Co.,) room 
1 Vinton's blk., res, Franklin. 

Fletcher Richard, hooker, Rolling Mill, 
127 Union. 

Fletcher R. F. secy. Citizen's Street Ry., 
140 s. Illinois, res. 477 n. Tennessee, 

PLETCHEE, STOUGHTON A., 
sr., capitalist, 30 e, Washington, res. 
180 e. Ohio. 

FLETCHEE, S. A. & CO., 

(Stoughton A. F., jr. & Francis M. 
Churchman, )proprs. Fletcher's Bank, 
30 e. Washington. 

Fletcher Stoughton A., Jr., (S. A. F. & 
Co,,) 30 e. Washington, res. s. e. 
cor. South and Virginia av, 

Fletcher Thomas A., trader, res 171 
Davidson. 

Fletcher & Walker, (col.,) (Charles F. 
& Reuben W.,) painters, 191 Indi- 
ana av, 

Fletcher William, 380 Virginia av. 

Fletcher Zacharia, res, 576 n, Tennessee, 

FLETCHER'S BAITK, 

30 e. Washington, S. A. Fletcher & 
Co., proprs. 

Fiike Donadus, carpenter, res. 503 s, 
Tennessee, 

Flinn Byron P., salesman, 68 e. Wash- 
ington, res. 21 Dougherty, 

Flinn David, works City Gas Works, bde, 
167 Madison av, 

Flinn Dennis, plasterer, res. 69 JMaple, 

Flinn Johanna, dress-maker, res. 326 s. 
Delaware. 

Flinn John, lab,, bds. 167 Madison av. 



See card of Equitable Fire Insurance Company over this leaf. 



78 LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 

EQUITA.BLE 

FIRE INSURANCE CO. 



Accumulated and Cash Capital, $300,000. 



LOSSES EQUITABLY ADJUSTED AND PROMPTLY PAID. 



ALLEN GIBSON, ISAAC WARING, W. D. STAPLIN, 

President. Secretary. General Agent. 

OFFICE, No. 4 ODD FELLOWS HALL. 

INDIANA PLATING WORKS. 



. E. B. JOTSTES & CO. 

No. 8 EAST WASHINGTON STREET, UP-STAIRS, 

Indianapolis, Indiana. 

Electro, Gild and Silver Plating of old Goods, such as 

Tea Sets, Cafe Baskets, Castors, Koives, Forts, Spoons, 

Re-Plated and ■warranted to wear as well as new. Also, 

Plumbers and Brass Work, Masonic and Odd Fellows Jewels, 

Plated in the best manner. All WORK WARRANTED to be as REPRESENTED. 
OKDEKS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 



79 



Flinn'Martin, works City Gas Works, bds. 

167 Madison av. 
Flinn Tliomas, gas-fitter at City Gas 

Works, res. 336 s. Delaware. 
Flinn William, works City Gas Works, 

bds. s, Pennsylvania, bet. Merrill 

and McCarty. 
Flowers Annie, ( wid.) Aaron, bds. 378 e. 

Georgia. 
Flowers & Co., (Samuel F. & Harry Van- 

degrift,) machine shop, 100 Kentucky 

av., cor. Mississippi. 
Flowers Samuel, (F. & Co.,) cor. Ken- 
tucky av. and Mississippi, res, 92 

Kentucky avi " 
Fly Andrew, cabinet-maker, res. 503 s. 

Mississippi. 
Flynn Thomas, plasterer, bds. 81 Maple. 
Fobgle Patrick, hack-driver, res. 1 Pitt. 
Fogle Frederick, lab., res. 3 Charles. 
Poland Valentine, carpenter, 28 e. Lou- 
isiana, res. 299 e. Merrill. 
Foley Anna, servant, T. H. Sharpe, 239 

n. Pennsylvania. 
Foley James T,, painter, res. 181 w. 

Washington. 
Foley James, teamster, res. 558 s. Illinois. 
Foley Patrick, lab., res. 24 e. Georgia, 

res. 128 Winston. 
Foley Patrick, lab., res. Fayette, bet. St. 

Clair and Walnut. 
Foley Patrick, switchman, I. C. & L. R. 

R. yard, res. 269 e. Louisiana. 
Foley Thomas, moulder, 24 e. Georgia, 

res. 128 Winston. 
Foley Timothy, blacksmith's helper, C. & 

I. R. R., res. Michigan rd., near Deaf 

and Dumb Asylum. 
Foley William W., medical student, and 

asst. supt. city hospital, bds. same. 
Folkening Charles H., salesman, McCord 

& Wheatley, res. 29 Coburn. 
Follett J. B., (Martin, Hopkins & F.,) res . 

255 n. East. 
Folley Patrick, lab., res. 128 Vincent. 
Foltz Howard M., merchant tailor and 

gents' furnisher, 31 n. Pennsylvania, 

res. 279 n. Alabama. 
Foote Jeremiah Mrs., res. 18 e. Michigan, 
Foote John B., collecting agt., Asher & 

Adams, 76 e. Market, bds. Pyle 

House. 
Foote William A., book-keeper and cash- 
ier, 56 and 58 e. Washington, bds. 

Pyle House. 
Forbes James, mailing clerk, Indianapo- 
lis Journal Co., bds. 170 Davidson. 
Forbes Joseph R., watch-maker and en- 
graver, 11 n. Meridian, bds. 40 n. 

New Jersey. 
Ford Elias A., general passenger agt., 

Bellefontaine R. R., res. Cleveland, 

Ohio. 



THE 



Indianapolis Herald, 



A Substantial Democratic Newspaper, 



SEE PROSPECTUS. 



Ford Fletcher, carpenter, res. s. Michigan 
rd. 

Ford John, wood measurer, w. market, 
res. 120 n. Mis&issippi. 

Ford Michael, shoe-maker, 41 e. Wash- 
ington, res. 326 n. West. 

Ford Nancy A., (wid.) John E,, res. 115 
Forest av. 

Foreman Edward P., special agt. Home 
Insurance Co., of New York, office 
77J e. Market, bds. Palmer House. 

Forge Laura Miss, bds. 225 s. Delaware. 

Forshee George W., blacksmith, rear Ma- 
sonic Hall, res. 320 w. Washington. 

Forsight Eliza J., clerk, Mrs. Wilson's, 
88 e. South, bds. same. 

Forwald John, lab,, res. 314 n. Noble. 

Forster Edwin B., Indianapolis Agricul- 
tural Works, res. 90 Maple. 

Fosset Albert, machinist,Taylor & Chand- 
ler, bds. 366 w. Washington. 

Foster Alfred S., foreman, boiler works, 
Eagle Machine Works, res. 28 Fletch- 
er av. 

FOSTER BENJAMIN- F., 

(Rev.,) State Librarian, office State 
House, res. 413 n. New Jersey. 

Foster Chapin C, steward, Deaf and 
Dumb Asylum. 

Foster Edgar J., (Hume, Adams & Co.,) 
26 and 28 w. Washington, bds. 339 
n. Pennsylvania. 

Foster George A,, carpenter, res. 367 s. 
Missouri. 

Foster George A., salesman. New York 
store, bds. s. e. cor. New York and 
Delaware. 

Foster Henry, engineer, I. & C. R. R., bds. 
Ray House. 

FOSTER, HOLLOWAY & CO., 
(Robert S. F., Henry C. H. & Joseph 
P. Wiggins,) wholesale grocers and 
com. mers,, s. e. cor. Virginia av, and 
Delaware. See card. 

Foster Isaac, carpenter, res. 44 Dough- 
erty. 

Foster John B., fireman, L & C. R. R., 
res. 315 s. Delaware. 

Foster Riley, capitalist, res. 339 n. Penn- 
sylvania. 

Foster Wallace, (Smith & F.,) 27 N. Penn- 
sylvania, res. 339 n. Pennsylvania. 



To buy Lamps and Chandeliers cheap, see page 86.' 



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LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 



If you want Reliable Information, 



Logan's Directories. 



See title page. 



FOSTER ROBERT S., 

(F., Holloway & Co.,) city trocas., of- 
fice, Glenns' blk,, e. Washington, res. 
115 n, Illinois. 

Foudray John, harness-maker, J. C. Her- 
eth & Bro., bds. 417 n. New Jersey, 

Foudray John E., (Wood & F.,) 16 q. 
Pennsylvania, res. 215 n. New Jer- 
sey. 

Fourth Presbyterian Church, s. w. cor. 
Market and Delaware. 

Fourth Ward School House, n, e. cor. 
Michigan and Blackford. 

Font Charles, blacksmith, res. 170 Union. 

Fowler Benjamin, tailor, res. 117 s. Noble. 

Fowler Charles, (F. & Co.,) 251 n. Illi- 
nois, res. 526 n. Mississippi. 

Fowler James J., (F. & Keasey,) res. 312 
e. Washington. 

Fowler Henry H., lab., res. 117 n. Noble. 

Fowler & Keasey, (James P. F. & Noah 
T. K.,) carpenters and builders, 27 s. 
East. 

Fowler William, (E. & Co.,) bds. 163 n. 
Tennessee. 

FOWLER W. S. & CO., 

(William S F. & Charles E. F.,) 
grocers, 251 n. Illinois. See card, 
page 114, 

Fox Bernard, lab,, res. 70 Hosbrook. 

Fox Ellen Mrs., (wid.) Michael, boarding 
house, 199 w. Maryland. 

Fox Jacob, shoe-maker, 41 e. Washington, 
bds. 60 w. Market. 

Fox Lizzie, servant, 95 n. Meridian. 

FOX SOLOMON, 

clothier, 38 w. Washington, res. 222 
n. New Jersey. 

Foy Owen, lab., res. 88 Benton. 

Franco Alexander, salesman, 33 w. Wash- 
ington, res. cor. Illinois and Mary- 
land. 

Franco Sarah, (Dunn & F.,) res. cor. Illi- 
nois and Maryland. 

Frank Anthony, porter, Union Depot, 
res. 176 Union. 

Frank August, tailor, 331 e. Ohio, res. 
same. 

Frank Heni-y, (Speigle, Thoms & Co.,) 
res. 118 w. Vermont. 

Frank James, real estate agt,, 35^ e. 
Washington, res, 461 n. Tennessee. 



FRANK ANSON, 

wines and liquors, 189 e. Washing- 
ton, res. 88 s. Alabama. 

Frank William, messenger, Indiana Na- 
tional Bank, 2 e. Washington. 

Franks Jesse, jr., lab., Byikit & Sons, 
res. beyond city limits, 

Frankem Isaac L., stoves, etc., 67 e. 
Washington, bds. 225 n. Illinois, 

Franken Johnathan, res. 249 u. Illinois. 

Frankinstien Jacob, saloon-keeper and 
barber, 329 s. Delaware, res, same. 

Frankenstein Michael, lab., res. 326 s. 
Delaware. 

FRANKLIN LIFE INS. CO., 
of Indianapolis, 19 n. Meridian, 
James M. Ray, prest., Edward P. 
Howe, secy., William S. Hubbard, 
vice-prest., Thomas H. Bonham, gen. 
agt. 

Franklin William, (col.,) grocer, 157 
Indiana av., res. same. 

FRANKLIN WM. H., 

(col., ) barber, n. e. cor. Washington 
and Meridian, under Indiana Na- 
tional Bank, res. 231 w. Ohio. See 
card, page 114. 

Frantz Jacob, porter, 34 s. Meridian, 
res. New York, bet. East and New 
Jersey. 

Frantzman Peter, bell-maker, Mooney & 
Co., bds. California House, s. Illi- 
nois. 

Frary John C, printer. Journal Co., 
bds. Oriental House. 

Frauer Albert, (Brandte, Reasoner & 
Co.,)'e. Washington, res. four doors 
e. of store. 

Frauer Caroline Miss, bds. 243 e. Wash- 
ington. 

Frauer Herman, druggist, 243 e. Wash- 
ington, res. same. 

Frauer Emanuel C, drugs and medi- 
cines, 243 e. Washington, res. same. 

Frauer Rudolph, salesman, Spiegle, 
Thoms & Co., res. 85 n. New Jersey. 

Frayne Kate M., student, Indiana Fe- 
male College, cor. Meridian and 
New York. 

Frazee Aaron, brick-mason, res. 317 In- 
diana av. 

Frazee John W., farmer, res, 303 n, Del- 
aware, cor. North. 

FRAZEE SAMUEL E., 

money order clerk, p. o., res. 176 n. 
Illinois. 

FRAZER JAMES S., 

judge, Supreme Court of Indiana, 
room 3, second floor, Gallup's blk., 
cor. Tennessee and Market, res. 
Warsaw, Ind. 

Frazer William, saloon-keeper, 154 In- 
diana av,, res. same. 



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Frazer John H., carpenter, res. 271 e. 

Market. 
Freal Kate, servant, 235 e. Vermont. 
Freas Martin, Union Steam Bakery, res. 

315 s. Pennsylvania. 
Fredenberg Amond M., inmate Deaf and 

Dumb Asylum, res. New Carlisle, 

St. Joseph CO., Ind. 
Fredenberg Alexander, inmate Deaf and 

Dumb Asylum, res. New Carlisle, 

St. Joseph CO., Ind. 
Frederick Godfrey, brick-maker, res. 

318 s. Delaware. 
Free John, lab., Spiegel, Thorns & Co., 

67 s. Noble. ' ' 

FREEDMEN'S REPORTER, 

a monthly magazine published by 
J. S. WiUets, agt. of A. M. A. & W. 
F. A. Commission, office Wiley's 
blk., n. Pennsylvania. 

Freeman George, traveling agt., George 
K. Share & Co., bds. 115 w. New 
York. 

Freeman George W., salesman, 40 s. Me- 
ridian, bds. 84 s. Illinois. 

Freeman Michael, machinist, works 
Eagle Machine Works, res. cor. No- 
ble and New York. 

Freie Press Von Indiana, 17 w. Mary- 
land. 

Freitkin Cornelius, shoe maker, 245 e. 
■ Washington, res, 85 n. East. 

French Amos, inmate Deaf and Dumb 
Asylum, res. Vera Cruz, V/ells co., 
Ind. 

French Charles G., res. e. Washington, 
near city limits. 

French Thomas, (col.,) servant, 166 e, 
Market. 

French W. M., steward, Insane Asylum, 
National rd., two miles w. of city. 

French Adam, cabinet-maker, Spiegel, 
Thoms & Co., res. 118 w. Vermont. 

Frenzel John P., (F., Will & Co.,) 183 s. 
Illinois, res. 131 s. Illinois. 

FRENZEL, WILL & CO., 

(John P. F., F. W. &• J. P. Simon,) 
leather dealers, 133 s. Illinois. 

FRESE C. & CO., 

(Charles C. & Charles F. Hahn,) 
hardware and cutlery, 27 w. Wash- 
ington. 

Frese Charles, (C. F. & Co.,) 27 w. Wash- 
ington, and 26 and 38 w. Georgia. 

Fretten Eugene, stone-mason, res. 229 s. 
West. 

Fray Patrick, ice merchant, bds. Cali- 
fornia House. 

Freeh Henry, grocery, National rd., near 
White river bridge, res. same. 

Frick John, saloon, 153 and 155 Ft. 
Wayne aV., res. same. 



SEWING MACHINES, 

AT BRANCH OFFICE, 

16 North Delaware Street, Indianapolis. 

See Cut of Machine on page vi. 

Frick Philip, foreman, Jacob Voegtle, 103 
e. Washington, res. 15 s. Alabama. 

Fricke Charles, (Rev.,) pastor, German 
Lutheran Church, res. 218 e. Geor- 
gia. 

Fricker Jacob, (Schmedel & F.,) 105 s 
Illinois, res. beyond city limits. 

Fridag John Mike, journeyman carpen- 
ter, res. 264 Railroad. 

Fridley William, conductor, Peru R. R., 
bds. 208 n. Alabama. 

Friedgen Charles H., dying, etc., 34 n. 
Illinois, res. same. 

FRIEDGEN CORNELIUS, 

boots and shoes, 154 e. Washington, 
res. 36 n. East. 

Fries Martin, baker, 17 n. Pennsylvania. 

Friesdorff Frederick, engineer, J. S. Ca- 
rey & Co., res. 264 Blake. 

Frink E. 0., (F. & Moore,) 24 e. Georgia, 
bds. cor. Meridian and Georgia. 

Frink Henry, (Spiegel, Thoms & Co..) 
cor. East and Peru R. R., res. 118 
w. Vermont. 

Frink Henry S., tailor, 32 s. Meridian, 
up-stairs, 394 Virginia av. 

Frink & Moore, (S. C. F., E. 0. F. & H. 
A. M.,) Union Novelty Works, 24 e. 
Georgia. 

Frink Samuel C, (F. & Moore,) 24 e. 
Georgia, bds. n. e. cor. Meridian q,nd 
Georgia. 

Fristove Frederick, lab., res. 164Sillibin. 

Fritz Peter, turner, bds. 85 s.' Missis- 
sippi. 

Frizzell Bushrod, carpenter, res. 278 s. 
Illinois. 

Fromholt Peter, coppersmith, res. 167 s. 
Meridian. 

Frommel Peter, chair-maker, Spiegel, 
Thoms & Co., 267 e. Washington. 

Frommire Henry, salesman, 56 and 58 e. 
Washington, res. 134 n. Mississippi. 

Frounfelter James A., inmate Deaf and 
Dumb Asylum, res. Frankfort, Clin- 
ton CO., Ind. 

Frour Albert, merchant, res. 609 e. Na- 
tional rd. 

Frouschour Casper, stone-mason, res. 228 
s. New Jersey. 

Fry Archibald, (col.,) cook. Empire Res- 
taurant, bds. same. 



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John Carter Brown, Brown & Ives. 

Hon. Lewis Fairbrotber, Is^ortb Providence. 

Simon S. Bucklin, President. 

Hon. Henry B. Anthony, U. S. Senator, R. I. 

Moses B. Lockwood, A. D. Lockwood & Co. 

Henry Howard, Coventry, R. I. 

A. H. Okie, M. D., Providence. 

Abra B. Dike, Providence. 



Isaac H. Southwick, Prest. Amer. Horse Kail Co. 
Horatio R. Nightingale, Cornett & Nightingale. 
Alexander Farnum, Merchant, Providence. 
Jas. H. Bourn, Bourn & Co., Bankers, Providence. 
Hon. Jas. M. Pendleton, Westerly R. I. 
Stephen Brownell, Goff, Cranston & Brownell, Prov- 
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Fry Albert, (coL,) buggy-washer, Capital 
City Stables, res. s. s. New York, 
bet. Noble and Liberty. 
Fry R. N. Mrs., boarding house, res. 204 

n. Illinois. 
Fry William H., sr., (Maxwell, F. & 
Thurston,) 34 s. Meridian, res. Mad- 
ison, Ind. 
Fry William, jr., (Maxwell, F. & Thurs- 
ton,) 34 s. Meridian, res. n. Merid- 
ion, beyond city limits. 
Frich John, cash boy, J. H. Osborn & 
Son, res. n. New Jersey, bet. Market 
and Ohio. 
Fuchs Martin, ,bar-tender, Spencer 
House salooft, bds. Market, bet. East 
and Liberty. 
Fuctemal Henry, sausage- stuflFer, res. 

149 s. Delaware. 
Fuller Frederick, foreman Meikel's brew- 
ery, 215 Maryland, bds. same. 
Fuerchtenicht Ernest, Cabinet-maker's 

Union, res. Virginia av. 
Fuerst Charles, shoe-maker, 6 s. Dela- 
ware, bds. 172 e. Market. 
Fugate J. L., (J. H. Vagen & Co.,) 21 w. 
Washington, res. 169 w. New York. 
Fulk Amor J., stove mounter, Cox's shop, 

bds. 176 s. Delaware. 
Fuller Byron H., general agt.. Great 
Western Horse Insurance Co., room 
7 Vinton's blk., n. Pennsylvania, 
bds. n. w. cor. Pennsylvania and 
Market. 
Fuller Gaiden W., lab., res. 268 Blake. 
Full|^J. A., operator, Western Union 
^Regraph office, bds. 69 s. Pennsyl- 
vania. 
Fuller J. W., salesman, 58 s. Meridianj 

bds. 52 n. Pennsylvania. 
Fullwiler John, lab,, res. 26 Center. 
Fulmer Charles H., engineer, Central R. 

R., res. 146 Bates. 
Fulmer Frederick, silver-plater, 30 Vir- 
ginia av., res. cor. Washington and 
Noble. 

Fulmer Leander, silver-plater, 30 Vir- 
ginia av., res. cor. Washington and 
Noble. 
Fulton Felix M., cabinet-maker, res. 214 

Union. 
Fulton Frank P., printer, 79 w. Washing- 
ton, bds. 214 s. Union. 
Fulton Hamaa H., bill clerk, T. H. & I. 

R. R., bds. 444 n. Tennessee. 
Fulton Lor, bds. Neiman House. 
Fultz John W., works rolling mill, res. 

259 s. Mississippi. 
Funk F. W., (F., Krouse & Co.,) bds. 

Union Hall, 139 e. Washington, 
Funk, Krause & Co., (F. W., R. K. & H. 
Riemenshneider,)North-Western Ho- 
siery Co., 84 e. Washington. 



CITY HOTEL, 

OHICAOO, 

S. E. Cor. Lake and State Streets. 

L, H. AINSWORTH, - - PEOPEIETOE. 

See cut, page vii. 



Funkhouser D., (Jameson & F.,) 19 s. 
Meridian, res. 40 n. Mississippi. 

Funkhouser Peter, plasterer, 422 Virgi- 
nia av. 

Funnell A. P. Miss, teacher, primary 
.school, fourth ward, bds. w. s. Cali- 
fornia, bet. Vermont and Michigan. 

Furchtenicht Arnst, cabinet-maker. Cab- 
inet-maker's Union, res. 338 Vir- 
ginia av. 

Furgeson Albert, cooper, res. 123 s. No- 
ble. 

Furgeson John A., (W. J. HoUiday & 
Co.,) 59 s. Meridian, res. 270 n. 
Tennessee. 

Furnas John, (J. F. & Co.,) 68. e. Wash- 
ington, res. 518 n. Delaware. 

FURNAS JOHN & CO., 

(John F., Moses M. .Collett & M. 
Horace McCay,) dealers in dry 
goods, notions, fancy goods, and 
agts. for the Hydraulic Woolen 
Mills, 68 e. Washington. See card, 
page 42. 

Furchtenicht Ernest, cabinet-maker, res. 
338 Virginia av. 

Fuss John, carpenter, bds. 60 s, Dela- 
ware. 



GABER JOHN C, lab., res. 311 w. 
Market. 
Gabbert Mollie Miss, pupil, Hess' Acade- 
my of Music. 
Gabel Conrad, wheelright, res. 196 n. 

Noble. 
Gabert Frederick, lab., res. 228 Union. 

GAGG & CO., 

(Rodolph G. & Peter Lieber,) brew- 
ers, 213, 215 and 217 s. Pennsylva- 
nia. 

Gagg Rodolph, (G. & Co.,) 213, 215 and 
217 s. Pennsylvania, res. Madison 
av., bet. McCarty and Phipps. 

Galbrieth Arthur N,, salesman, New 
York Store, res. 121 n. Mississippi. 

Gale John, lab., res. 81 n. Liberty. 

Galegan Francis, clerk, res. 144 w. New 
York. 

Galscher Charles, carpenter, res. 72 Co- 
burn. 



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LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 



FURNITUKE, 



STOVES, QUEENSWARE, 

WOODEN AND WILLOW WARE, &C. 
AT McCREERY & FAY'S. 

See full statement on pages 38 and 150. 



Gait Edward, clerk, 99 s. Delaware, bds. 

65 n. New Jersey. 
Gait Thomas, pastor, Calvary Mission 

Church, Spruce, bet. Noble and Elm, 

res. 58 Greer. 
Galtmeir Charles, carpenter, res. 401 s. 

Delaware. 
GALL ALBERT, 

(Krauss&G., )bds.G5 n. New Jersey. 
Gall Caroline A., (wid.,) res. 05 n. New 

Jersey. 
Gallagher Francis, painter, res. 02 Mas- 
sachusetts av. 
Gallagher Joseph, salesman, 158 w. 

Washington, res. 144 w. New York. 
Gallagher Joseph, gas-fitter, res. 119 w. 

Washington. 
Gallagher Patrick, salesman. New York 

Store, bds. Little's Hotel. 
Gallalme Phelix M., (T. S. James & Co.,) 

ISO s. Meridian, res. 328 e. New 

York. 
Gallahue W. H., carpenter, Emerson, 

Beam & Co., res. 227 w. New York. 
Gallitein Sarah, (col.,) washerwoman, 

res. 73 Bright. 
Galiiran Michael, porter, p. o., res. Noble, 

cor. Louisiana. 
Gallivan John, works gas works, bds. s. 

Pennsylvania, bet. Merrill and 

McCarty. 
Gallivan Michael, works City Gas 

Works, bds. 167 Madison av. 
Galloway Catharine, (wid.) Jonathan G., 

res. 204 w. Vermont. 
Galloway Frank, law student, res. 504 

w. Vermont. 
Gallup Edward P., (W. P. & E. P. G., ) 

74 w. Washington, res. 78 n. Ten- 
nessee. 
Gallup Martha Mrs., (wid.) Henry, res. 

343 s. East. 
Gallup William P., (W. P. & E. P. G.,) 

74 w. "Washington, res. 78 d. Ten- 

hgssgg. 
Gallup W. P. & E. P., (William P. G. & 

Edward P. G.,) grain dealers, com. 

mers., and agts. Fairbank's Scales, 

74 w. Washington. 
Galvin Edward, moulder, Sinker & Co. 
Galvin George W., law student, bds. Lit- 
tle's Hotel. 



Galvin Albert, trader, bds. Little's Hotel 
Gam John, saloon, 96 Indiana av., res 

same. 
Gamble J. R., dentist, with M. Wells 

bds. 35 Circle. 
Gamble James R., student, G. A. Wells 

15 e. Washington, bds. 35 Circle, cor 

Market. 
Gammerdinger Jacob, blacksmith, res 

813 e. National rd. 
Ganertinger Jacob, blacksmith. Belle 

fontaine car shop, res. 336 e. Wash 

ington. 
Ganter Cass, confectionery, 233 e. Wash- 
ington, res. same. ^ 
Ganter Daniel, salesman, 233 e. Wash- 
ington, bds. same. 
Gantner Mary Mrs., (wid.) Martin, res. 

87 s. Pennsylvania. 
Gappen Philip M., traveling agt., 48 s. 

Meridian, res. Bluff rd., beyond city 

limits. 
Garbrough Peter T., engineer, C. & I. C. 

R. R., res. 155 Meek. 
Gardner Conrad, butcher, res. National 

rd., near White river bridge. 
Gardner Joseph, turner, 67 and 69 w. 

Washington, res. 118 Indiana av. 
Gardner Joseph, engineer, I. & C. R. Pt., 

bds. Ray House. 
Gardner Harvey R., (Catlin & G.,) 46 w. 

Washington, res. 46 n. Mississippi. 
Gardner John T., harness-maker, James 

Sulgrove & Son, bds. 123 n. Illinois. 
Gardner Samuel, produce dealer, 400 w. 

Washington, bds. 358 w. Wash||^ton. 
Gardner Sarah A., (wid.) Joseph, res. 352 

. Virginia av. 
Gardner Thomas S., clerk, 88 e. Washing- 
ton, bds. 170 e. Washington. 
Gardner Wentel, grocer, 247 Indiana av., 

res. 31 Caliifornia. 
Gardner William H., tinner, res. 352 Vir- 
ginia av. 
Garheart Mary, servant, W. T. Gibson, 

140 n. Alabama. 
Garheart Mathew, servant, W. T. Gibson, 

140 n. Alabama. 
Garigues William H., teamster, res. 26 s. 

Mississippi. 
Garnsbug Fred, general baggage master. 

Union Depot, res. 79 a. Liberty. 
Garnett Henry, conductor. Street Ry., 

bds. Neiman House. 
Garner L. W., traveling agt., H. Daumont 

& Co., bds. 273 w. Vermont. 
Garratt Aaron, (A. G. & Co.,) 257 e. 

Washington, res. same. 
Garratt A. & Co., (Aaron G., Jacob G. & 

Henry Levy,) second hand clothing 

store, 257 e. Washington. 
Garratt Jacob, (G. & Co.,) 257 e. Wash- 
ington, res. same. 



Singer's celebrated Sewing Machines. See page vi. 



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85 



Garrett Ben, carpenter, Helwig, Roberts 
& Co., res. e. s. California, bet. St. 
Clair and Indiana av. 

Garrett David, box-maker, 162 n. Noble, 
res. 166 n. Noble. 

Garrish Nathaniel A,, bricklayer, res. 66 
Huron. 

Garrison Edward W., journeyman car- 
penter, res. 420 e. St. Clair. 

Garrison William L., boot-maker, res. 202 
Blake. 

Garry Ellen, laundry girl, Depot Dining 
Hall, res. same. 

Gaskill David, res. 266 Blake. 

Gass Andrew, butfcher, res. 116 e. St. 
Joseph. 

Gass Lewis, (G. & Roescner,) 299 Mas- 
sachusetts av., res. 191 n. Noble. 

Gass & Roesener, (Lewis G. & Charles 
R.,) blacksmith shop, 299 Massachu- 
setts av. 

Gaston Delilah Mrs., (wid.) Hiram R., 
boarding house, res. 37 Kentucky 
av. 

Gaston Edward, coach-maker,Bremerman 
& Renner, res. cor. Kentucky av. and 
Maryland. 

Gaston Frank E. Mrs., dress-maker, 30 
n. Delaware, res. same. 

Gaston James H., carriage-painter, 26 e. 
Georgia, bds. 166 e. Market. 

GASTON JOHN M., 

physician, office 66 e. Market, res, 
147 n. New Jersey, cor. New York. 

Gatch Conduce B,, book-keeper, 125 s. 
Meridian, bds. 52 s. Pennsylvania. 

Gates Austin B., (G., Pray & Co.,) res. 91 
n. Delaware. 

Gates Charles, bar-keeper, Mozart Hall, 
res. 377 e. Georgia. 

Gates Charles,runner,Washington House, 
bds. same. 

Gates John J., blacksmith, 26 s. New 
Jersey, res. 223 e. Market. 

GATES, PBAY & CO., 

(Austin B. G., William P. & Benja- 
min G. Kelley,) livery, sale and feed 
stables, opp. the e. market. 

Gates William J., clerk, Sherman House, 
opp. Union Depot. 

Gatesentiner Anna, (wid.) John, res. 319 
n. Noble. 

Gatreal Albert, (col.) servant, P. H. 
Jameson, 249 n. Alabama. 

Gaul Andrew, carpenter, res. 185 Meek. 

Gauss Caroline, (wid.) John, res. 65 w. 
McCarty. 

Gausbre Frederick, baggageman, Union 
Depot, res. 75 s. Liberty. 

Gausepohl Fred, cabinet-maker, res. 164 
s. Noble. 

Gay Alfred, (Aldrick & G., ) res. 38 n. 
West. 



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GAY HENRIE E., 

clerk, Aldrich & Gay's wood yard, 

bds. 38 n. West. 
Gayfer Charles, salesman, New York 

store, bds. Governor's old house. 
Gaylord Mary E., inmate Deaf and Dumb 

Asylum, res. Lake Station, Lake co., 

Ind. 
Gaywood Samuel, machinist. Sinker & 

Co. 
Geaear Michael, lab., res. 34 Cherry. 
Gobherd A., upholsterer, 56 and 58 e. 

Washington, res. 54 s. Delaware. 
Geeceu Fred,, machinist, bds. Jefferson 

House. 
Geeheen Thomas, lab., res. 248 s. Dela- 
ware. 
Gehring Conrad, clerk. Daily Telegraph, 

17 w. Maryland, res. 361 s. Alabama. 
Gehring Frederick, printer, Ben. Frank- 
lin office, res. St. Clair, bet. Illinois 

and Meridian. 
Geiger George W., (Landers & Co.,) 58 s. 

Meridian, res. 434 n. Tennessee. 
Geiger John W., salesman. New York 

store, res. 198 n. East. 
Geiger Robert W., freight agt., Bellefon- 

taine R. R., bds, Spencer House. 
Geiger William, shoe-maker, 151 Indiana 

av,, res. n. s. Wabash alley, bet. 

Liberty and Noble. 
Geis Francis, book-binder, res. 163 Union , 
Geis Frank J., book-binder. Journal Co., 

res. 163 Union. 
Geis John, (G, & Knerger,) 76 s. Dela- 
ware, res. same. 
Geis & Knerger, (John G. & George K.,) 

saloon, 76 s. Delaware. 
Geis Lawrence A., (G. & Weaner,) 99 e. 

Washington, res. 292 s. East. 
Geis & Weaner, (Lawrence A. G. & John 

W.,) saloon, 99 e. Washington. 
Ceisel Christian, journeyman carpenter, 

res. 222 n. Davidson. 
GEISEL & ENNEBS, 

(Henry G. & William E.,) grocers, 

389 n. Noble. 
Geisel Henry, (G. & Enners,) 389 n. No- 
ble, res. 291 Massachusetts av. 
Geisel John, blacksmith, Bellefontaine 

car shop, rer. s. e. cor. Michigan and 

Davidson. 



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Agents for Fire and Burglar Proof Safes and Railroad Spikes. 



BE¥TI8T. - 

Office, Eoom No. 5 Wiley's Block, North Pennsylvania St. 

With the use of the Nitrous Oxide Gas, for extracting teeth 
without pain, you go sound asleep in one minute and in five 
minutes are all right again. It is perfectly safe and healthy. 
Teeth inserted in GOOD SHAPE AND GUARANTEED TO 
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Geisel George, blacksmith shop, 144 Fort 

Wayne av,, res. same. 
GEISENDOBFF & CO., 

(C. E. and J. C. G., William AV. H. 
McCurdy & William Eccles,) woolen 
goods, fancy and staple dry goods, 
61 and 63 w, Washington. 

Geisendorff C. E., (G. & Co.,) 61 and 63 
w. Washington, res. 334 w. New 
York. 

GEISENDORFF C E. & CO., 
(C. E. and S. H. G. & Isaac Thalman,) 
wool dealers and manfs. of woolen 
goods, 402 w. Washington. 

Geisendorff C. E.'& S. H., (Christian E. 
& Mrs. S. H. G.,) proprs. Iloosier 
State Flouring Mills, w. Washington, 
n. White River bridge. 

Geisendorff George E., (H, & G. E. G.,) 
res. cor. First and Mississippi. 

Geisendorf Harry, (H. & G. E. G.,) res. 
12 Indiana av. 

Geisendorf H. & G. E., (Harry and 
George E. G.,) choice family flour, 
81 and 83 Masonic Hall. 

Geisendorf J. C, (G. & Co.,) 61 and 63 
w. Washington, res. 191 n. New 
Jersey. 

Gelich Bernard, lab., res. 63 Hosbrook. 

Gellagher Mary, (wid.) Michael, res. 59 
n, Alabama. 

Gengeser David, tailor, res. 397 Massa- 
chusetts av. 

Gengle George, tanner, res. 439 s. Illi- 
nois. 

Genshaw Charles, coach-maker, 26 e. 
Georgia, bds. 66 s. Delaware. 

Genson Hans, lab., bds. 331 s. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

George I. G., propr. Union House, cor. 
South and Illinois. 

George Israel H., book-keeper, Mann & 
Davis, bds. 249 e. Louisiana. 

George James, painter, bds. 312 e. North. 

George Robert, grocer, 209 w. Washing- 
ton, res. 24 n. Mississippi. • 

George Sarah, (wid.) James G., res. 520 
n. Mississippi. 

George Sarah, (wid.) William, res. 79 
Massachusetts av. 

George William, engineer, Fishback's 
tan yard, res. near same. 

George William F,, deliverer, Tyler's 
Bee Hive, bds. 79 Massachusetts av. 

Georgi & Hack, (Henry G. & John H.,) 
Woodlawn Greenhouse and Nursery, 
Virginia av., cor. South. 

Georgi Henry, (Georgi & Hack,) res. 
school, bet. South and Merrill. 

Gephart Charles, carpenter, res. First 
bet. Pennsylvania and Meridian. 

Gerardy Nicholas, tailor, 187 Davidson 
res. same. 



THE 

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SEWING MACHINES, 

TO BE SEEN AT 

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INDIANAPOLIS. 



Gerhardt F. R., (F. R. G. & Co.,) res. 

cor. Bluff rd. and McCarty. 
GERHARDT P. R. & CO., 

( F. R. Gerhardt & Charles Merbity,) 
drugs and medicines, 96 Bluff rd. 

Gerhardt Rudolph, druggist, 96 s. Merid- 
ian, res. 118 s. Meridian. 

German English School House, e. Mary- 
land, bet. Delaware and Alabama. 

German Evangelical Church, n. New 
Jersey near Ohio. 

German Luthern Church, n. East, cor. 
East and Georgia. 
Qan M. E, Church 
Jersey and East. 

GERMAN MUTUAL FIRE 

INSURANCE CO., office 16 s. Dela- 
ware, Frederick Ritzenger, secy. 

German Reformed Church, 45 n. Ala- 
bama, Rev. Henry Eschmoy er, pastor. 

Gerstner Anthony I., merchant tailor, 
173 e. Washington, res. same. 

Gerstater Frederick, porter, 101 e. Wash- 
ington, res. 435 n. New Jersey. 

Gessert Frederick, wagon maker, res. 
434 n. e. cor. Spring and Wilmot. 

Gibbs Duncan, (col.,) barber, under 197 
w. Washington, res. 125 n. Missouri. 

Gibbs William, cabinet-maker, res. 102 
n. Missouri. 

Gibbons Joseph, conductor Street Ry., 
res. 22 s. West. 

Gibhard Augustus, upholster, 56 e. 
Washington, res. 54 s. Alabama. 

Giblin David, lab., res. 60 Bates. 

Gibson Allen, prest. Equitable Fire In- 
surance Company of Indianapolis, 
of&ce room 4 Odd Fellow's hall, res. 
Rockford Illinois. 

Gibson David, (Sohl, Gibson & Co.,) 
White Rose mills, res. 27 California. 

Gibson James, lab., res. 36 Fayette. 

Gibson Laura, servant, 92 n. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

GIBSON WILLIAM T., 

secy. Ind. Fire Ins. Co., and State agt. 
Universal Life Ins. Co. of New 
York, room 5 Odd Fellow's hall, n. e. 
cor. Pennsylvania and Washington, 
res. 140 n. Alabama. 

Giesking Christina Mrs., (wid.) Fred, 
res. 381 Virginia av. 



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THE 

QUAKER DRY GOODS STORE 

68 EAST WASHINGTON STREET. 

See card in full, page 42. 



Gilbert Edward, agfc. Guardian Life Ins. 
Co. of New York, s. e. cor. Wash- 
ington and Meridian, res. 803 Indi- 
ana av. 

Gilbert Emma, bds. 83 e. Washington. 

Gilbrecht Jacob, boot and shoe-maker, 
333 s. Delaware, res. same. 

Gildersleeve E. L., Miss., teacher Indi- 
ana Female College, cor. Meridian 
and New York. 

Gilkey & Jones, (Oliver B. G. & Julius J.) 
carpenters and builders, 36 Ken- 
tucky av. 

Gilkey Oliver B., (G. & Jones,) 36 Ken- 
tucky av., bds 153 w. Maryland. 

Gilkison William F., printer, Journal 
office, res. 127 Meek. 

Gill Thomas, student, N. W. C, Universi- 
ty, bds. 361 Massachusetts av. 

Gillespie John, bds. 38 s. Tennessee. 

Gillespie William J., res. 126 n. Dela- 
ware. 

Gillett Horace S., A. M., instructor Deaf 
and Dumb Asylum, res. 478 n. Penn- 
sylvania. 

Gillett Omer T., student, with Dr. Clip- 
pinger, 28 n. Delaware, 

Gillis F. A., clerk. Union Depot Dining 
Hall, west end union depot, res. 
same. 

Gilliland James, plasterer, res. 55 
Dougherty. 

Gilliland Rachael Mrs., res. 333 s. 
Alabama. 

Gilman John, fireman P. & I, R. R., bds. 
142 s. East, 

Gilmore Daniel F., brick-mason, res. 329 
Virginia av. 

Gilmore Joseph L,, upholsterer, N. S. 
Baker & Co., bds. Webb House. 

Gilvin Elliott L., clerk, bds. 171 s. New 
Jersey. 

Gimbel Martin, clerk, 37 s. Meridian, 
res. 100 Stevens. 

Gimbel Martin, cabinet-maker, 195 e. 
Washingtan, res. 211 Davidson. 

Gimble George, student, commercial col- 
lege, res. 109 Stevens. 

Gimble Michael, clerk, Sharpe's shoe 
store, res. 109 Stevens. 

Gimlear Henry, teamster, res. 132 s. Me- 
ridian. 



Gins Michael, lab., res. 297 e. Ohio. 

Ging Bros., (Michael & Henry,) saloon, 
under Little's Hotel. 

Ging Henry, (G. & Bros.,) under Little's 
hotel, res. 297 e. Ohio. 

Ging Michael, (G. & Bros.,) saloon un- 
der Little's Hotel, res. 77 New Jer- 
sey. 

Gingrich John, carriage-maker, Bremer- 
man & Renner, bds. 20 s. Delaware. 

Giphart Henry, cigar-maker, res. 124 e. 
McCarty. 

Gipson Jasper, lab., res. 40 Douglass. 

Gissere Frederick, blacksmith, 287 e. 
Washington, res. 434 Spring. 

Giston Frank, bds. 291 e. Ohio. 

Githens Valentine, res. 233 winston. 

Gitteer George, moulder, bds. Ray House. 

Givan Margaret, (wid.) James, res. 96 
e. Market. 

Given George W., machinist, res. 313 e. 
Georgia. 

Glanco Henry, lab., res, 196 Minerva. 

Glasscock William, journeyman carpen- 
ter, res. 54 Bright. 

Glavin Edward, moulder, res, 368 s, Ten- 
nessee. 

Glavin Edward,moulder, res. 347 s. Penn- 
sylvania. 

Glazier Catharine, (wid.) Jacob G., res. 
190 s. New Jersey. 

Glazier Charles, com. mer., flour, grain 
hay, &c., 146 s. Pennsylvania, res. 
129 Virginia av. 

Glazier Daniel, engineer. No. 3 engine, 
res. 185 s. New Jersey. 

Glazier Frank, engineer, engine No. 1, 
277 w. Washington, res. 273 w. 
Washington. 

Glazier Peter, fireman, engine No. 1, 
res. 273 w. Washington. 

Gleason Anna, servant, 469 n. New Jer- 
sey. 

Gleason John, watchman, Indianapolis 
Gas Co., bds. 71 e, Maryland. 

Gleason Thomas, section boss, T. H. & I. 
R. R., res, 396 s. Missouri. 

Glenis James, moulder. Eagle Machine 
Works, bds. 188 s. Mississippi. 

Glenn Amanda, (wid.) John, res. 217 w. 
South. 

Glenn Hugh, (W. & H. G.,) res. New York 

GLENN W.&H., 

(William & Hugh Glenn) proprs. New 
York Store, dealers in dry goods, 
notions, straw goods, cloths, fancy 
goods, trimmings, &c., 29 and 31 e. 
Washington, Glenns' Block. See 
card. 
Glenn William, (W. & H. Glenn,) 29 and 
31 e. Washington, Glenns' blk., res. 
292 n. Meridian. 



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Glenn Maggie, waiter, Palmer House. 

GLENNS' BLOCK, 

s. s. Washington, bet. Meridian and 
Pennsylvania. 

Glessing Thomas B., artist, Metropolitan 
'Theater, res. 237 w. New York. 

Glieh Herman, lab,, bds. 253 s. Meridian. 

Glockner Rudolph, piano-maker, bds. 126 
w. Noble. 

(jlover Joseph N., Indianapolis Terra 
Cotta Works, cor. Mississippi and 
Louisaina, res. 232 n. Meridian. 

Glover William, moulder, Eagle Machine 
Works, bds. 140 w. South. 

Grabel Anna Elizabeth, (wid.) Louis, res. 
126 Hosbrook. 

Goates Charles, bar-tender, Mozart Hall 
saloon, res. e. Georgia, e. of Noble. 

Goble Henry, boatman. Red river, Ala- 
bama, res. 270 Pattison. 

Goddard Samuel, (G. & Sons,) stone yard, 
cor. Kentucky av. and Georgia, res. 
cor. Mississippi and Georgia. 

Goddard & Sons, (Samuel, sr., Samuel, Jr., 
& Thomas G.,) stone yard, cor. Ken- 
tucky av. and Georgia. 

Goddard Thomas,( G. & Sons,) stone yard, 
res. cor. Mississippi and Georgia. 

Goding John, helper, rolling mill, res. 
412 s. Illinios. 

Goe Henry S., spoke tenanter, res. 36 
Eddy. 

Goe Hezekiah M., groceries, 352 w. New 
York, res. 354 w. New York. 

Goe H. N., salesman, 17 n, Pennsylvania, 
bds. 352 w. New York. 

Goe John C, spoke turner, res. 9 Willard. 

Goebel John, cabinet-maker, res. 221 s. 
Meridian. 

Goepper F. & Co., (Frederick G. & George 
Mansfeld,) merchant tailors and 
clothiers, 17 e. Washington. 

Goepper Frederick, (F. G. & Co.,) 17 e. 
Washington, res. 75 n. Illinois. 

Goes J. H. & Co., glue factory, crossing 
Michigan rd. and canal. 

Goferblower George, conductor, Terre 
Haute R. R., bds. 103 w. South.:! 

Goff Eliza, (col., wid.) Samuel G., wash- 
erwoman, res. 213 n. West. 

Goff William W., (col.,) saloon, 169 In- 
diana av., res. 213 n. West. 

Gogan Kate Miss, saleswoman, 8 e. Wash- 
ington. 

Gogan James, printer, Journal Co., res. 
Blackford, bet. Ohio and Vermont. 

Gogan Mary Mrs., (wid.) Richard, res. 
Dougherty, opp. St. Peter's Catholic 
church. 

Gogan Michael, lab., res. 432 e. Georgia. 

Gogan Richard, boiler-maker, Sinker & 
Co., res. Dougherty, opp. St. Peter's 
Catholic church. 



TAKE A FIRE iNSURANCE POLICY 

IN THE 

CINCINNATI HOME, 

THE LEADING 

Fire Insurance Company of the West. 
See statement, page 34. 



Gobi John J., carpenter, res. 126 Hos- 
brook. 

Goldberry David, peddler, res. 400 w. 
McCarty. 

Golden Dennis, lab, res. 373 Virginia av. 

Golden Winifred Miss, dress-maker, bds. 
281 s. East. 

Golding Andrew, painter, res. 26 Maple. 

Qolding James, blacksmith, Phoenix 
Works, res. s. s. Vermont, bet. Black- 
ford and Bright. 

Golding Willian G., carriage-painter, res. 
191 Huron. 

Goldker Rudolph, tailor, 255§ w. Wash- 
ington, res. same. 

Goldman Jacob, second hand clothing 
store, res. 277 s. Delaware. 

Goldsberry Bayless, (L. D. G. & Bro.,) 32 
w. Washington, bds. 129 n. Illinois. 

Goldsberry George S., agt. E. B. Jones & 
Co., 8J e. Washington, bds, 241 Vir- 
ginia av. 

Goldsberry John, machinist, res. 138 e. 
McCarty. 

GOLDSBERRY L. D. & BRO., 
(Livingston D. & Bayless S. G.,) 
hats, caps and furs, 32 w. Washing- 
ton. 

Goldsberry Livingston D,, (L. D. G. & 
Bro.,) 32 w. Washington, res. 269 e. 
South, cor. School. 

Goldsberry Samuel S., watch-maker, 1 
Bates House, bds. Pyle House. 

Goll John, machinist, Sinker & Co., res. 
370 s. Illinois. 

Good Ezra, 8tudent,North-Western Chris- 
tian University, bds. 361 Massachu- 
setts av. 

GOOD TEMPLAR, 

a monthly temperance journal, organ 
of the I. 0. G. T., Dynes & Goodwin, 
editors and publishers, 17^ w. Wash- 
ington. See page 98. 

Goodhart Benjamin F., grocer, res. 126 e. 
Michigan. 

Goodman George K., traveling agt., Sloan 
& Woollen, res. 66 n. Illinois. 

Goodman Philip, wagon-maker, bds. 266 
s. Illinois. 

Goodman Charles, cabinet-maker, res. 
335 s. Delaware. 

Goodnoe James D., lab., res. 51 Maple. 



Finest style at the Good Templar Job Office. See page 106. 



90 LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 

0. P. MORTON. E. B. MARTINDALE. J. S. TARKINGTON. 

MORTON, MARTINDALE & TARKINGTON, 

ATTOKMEYS AT LAW, 

INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA, 

Practice in the United States Court and in the Civil and Criminal Courts of Indiana. 
Will give special attention to Collecting and Probate business. 

Office, Korth-West Cor. Washington and Meridian Streets, 

OVER BEE HIVE STORE. 

RIKHOFF & BUO. 

WHOLESALE DEALERS IN 
COI»I»EPJ, I3ISTILLE2I> 

BOURBON AND RYE WHISKY. 

Also, Dealers in 
FOKEIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS AND CIGARS, 

No. 77 South Meridian Street, Indianapolis, Indiana. 
FINLAY & WILDER'S CELEBEATED TOLEDO ALB FOR SALE. 

J. JB. OSGOOD, 

Wholesale and Eetail Dealer in 

Paints, Oils and Window Glass, 

BRUSHES OF ALL KINDS, 

DRY METALLIC PAINTS, 

COACH AND FURNITURE VARNISHES, 



HOUSE, SIGN and OEMMENTAL PAINTING and GLAZING, 

No. 82 East Washington Street, Indianapolis, Indiana. 



MIXED PAINTS IN ANY QUANTITY, AT RETAIL. 



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Goodside Elizabeth Mrs., (wid.) Lewis, 
res. 359 Virginia av. 

Good Templars Hall, s. w. cor. Washing- 
ton and Meridian, Hubbard's blk. 

Goodwiller Frank J., miller, res. 251 Vir- 
ginia av. 

GOODWIlSr AWGELO Q., 

(L. G. Dynes & Co.,) 17^ w. Wash- 
ington, res. 171 n. Jackson. 

Goodwin Elijah, prest. board of directors 
North-Western Christian University, 
res. Jackson, n. city. 

Goodwin Mary J., milliner and dress- 
maker, 569 n. -Illinois, res. same. 

Goodwin M. M. Bf. Mrs., editress and pro- 
prietress Ladies' Christian Monitor, 
new Journal bldg , 2d floor, res. 
Jackson, n. city. 

Goodwin R. M., (Morrow, G. & Hay,) 
room 3 Vinton's blk., bds. 282 n. 
Pennsylvania. 

Goodwin Thomas A., insurance agt., 35 
e. Market, res. National rd., one and 
one-half miles e. of city limits. 

Goodwin William, student, North-West- 
ern Christian University, bds. 31 
Cherry. 

Goos Casper, lab., res. 59 Harrison. 

Gooth Edward, machinist, Eagle Machine 
Works, res. 2G4 s. Illinois. 

Goottlieb Henry, bar-keeper, Concordia 
House. 

Gordon Benjamin, conductor, Central R. 
R., res. 22 Fletcher's av. 

Gordon Bridget, servant, 172 e. Ohio. 

Gordon George E., lawyer, room 6, Odd 
Fellows Hall, res. 230 n. Pennsylva- 
nia. 

Gordon James, teamster, res. 83 Indiana 
av. 

Gordon Jonathan W., (Ray, G. & March,) 
room 12, Talbott & New's blk., res. 
322 w. New York. 

Gordon Marion, bar-tender, res. 83 Indi- 
ana av. 

Gordon Robert, artist, 36| e. Washing- 
ton, bds. 33 w. Maryland. 

Gorgas Solomon A., merchant, Shelby- 
ville, res. 179 n. Alabama. 

GORHAM WM. H., 

awning manf., 74 e. Washington, 
res. e. s. Mississippi, bet. North and 
Walnut. 

Gorman Daniel, clerk, p. o., res. 82 Indi- 
ana av. 

Gorman James, switcher, Bellefontaine 
yard, res. 90 s. East. 

Gorman Martin, bds. 82 Indiana av. 

Gorman Thomas, blacksmith. Street Ry., 
res. 80 Indiana av. 

Gorman William, porter, p. c, res. 82 
Indiana av. 



CABINET-MAKERS' UNION 

IS COMPOSED ENTIRELY OF 

PRACTICAL MECHAIJICS. 

See card, page viii. 



Gorrell A. Willis, salesman, 37 s. Merid- 
ian, res. Fletcher's av., near cor. 
Cedar. 

Gorsuch Charles, salesman, 62 s. Merid- 
ian, bHs. Spencer House. 

Gosney Mary Miss, res. 237 s. Alabama. 

Goss William, check clerk. Union Line 
office, res. 180 Virginia av. 

Gossett Francis, wood dealer, res. 32 
Dougherty. 

GOTH, BROWN & CO., 

(Peter G., William B. & William 
Buchanan,) grocers, 489 n. New Jer- 
sey. 

Goth Jacob, tinner, 66 e. Washington. 

Goth Lewis, tinner, 66 e. Washington. 

Goth Peter, (G. Brown & Co.,) res. 449 n. 
New Jersey. 

Goth Valentine, cooper, res. 376 e. New 
York. 

Gott Charles A., farmer, res. 219 s. Ten- 



Gott Thomas, farmer, res. 219 s. Tennes- 
see. 

Gottschall John, foreman, carpenter 
shop, Ind. Central R. R. res. 165 
Meek. 

Gougeon Mary, (wid.) Leon, res. 214 
Huron. 

Goughen Lacky, teamster, res. 356 s. 
Tennessee. 

Grabhorn Henry, varnisher, res. 415 e. 
Washington. 

Grace Church, Episcopal, s. e. cor. Penn- 
sylvania and St. Joseph. 

Graft Louis, brewer, Miekel's Brewery, 
215 w. Maryland, bds. same. 

Grafton John I., clerk. Merchant's Union 
Express Co., bds. Commercial Hotel. 

Graham Elijah, messenger, American 
Express Co., bds, 309 s. Meridian. 

Graham John J., feed store, 62 n. Penn- 
sylvania, res. 244 s. New Jersey. 

Graham Richard, plumber. Coulter & 
White, bds. Rhodius' Restaurant, n. 
Meridian. 

Graham William, brick-maker, yard, 
cross Pleasant run, res. 147 Huron. 

Graham William E,, carpenter, res. alley, 
back of Aldag's store, e. Washington. 

Gramling Adam, salesman, 35 e. Wash- 
ington, res. 210 e. New York. 



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ECONOMICAL MUTUAL 

LIFE INSURANCE CO, 

OP 

See page 82. 



GBAMLING J. & P., 

(John & Peter G.,) merchant tailors 
and dealers in ready-made clothing, 
etc., 35 e. Washington. 

Gramling John, (J. & P. G.,) 35 e. Wash- 
ington, res. 210 n. Neble. 

Gramling Peter, (J. & P. G.,) 95 e. Wash- 
ington, res. 212 n. Noble. 

GRAISTD ARMY OF THE RE- 
PUBLIC, office room 2, ^tna bldg., 
n. Pennsylvania, Major 0. M. Wil- 
son, Adjutant General; Nathan 
Kimball, Grand Commander of In- 
diana. 

Graney John, driver, Naughton & Gra- 
ney, bds. 290 e. Louisiana. 

Graney Patrick, (Naughton & G.,) bds. 
290 e. Louisiana. 

Grant Lizzie, servant, Little's Hotel, bds. 
same. 

Grasson William, druggist, 26 s. Merid- 
ian, res. 126 n. Noble. 

Graus John, lab., res. 57 Harrison. 

Graves Charles, money receiving clerk, 
Merchant's Union Express Co., 42 
and 44 e. Washington, res. 320 n. 
Illinois. 

Graves Highland, salesman, 73 w. Wash- 
ington, res. 50 Ellsworth. 

GRAVES RICHARD, 

fruit stand, cor. Tennessee and Ken- 
tucky av., res. same. 

Gravis Davis, brakesman, I. C. & L. R. R., 
bds. Nagle House. 

Gravis Sebastian, brick-mason, res. 47 
Coburn. 

Gray Columbus V., moulder, res. 478 
Rosette. 

Gray George, tailor, res. opposite City 
Hospital. 

Gray Jonathan, brick-mason, res. 291 n. 
Liberty. 

Gray Joseph, fireman, res. Elm. 

Gray L. V., student, Indiana Female Col- 
lege, cor. Meridian and New York. 

Gray Robert, carpenter, res. 78 e. St. 
Clair. 

Gray Robert, engineer. Bates City Mills, 
res. 28 Lord. 

GRAY ROBERT P., 

(Lehr & G.,) 83^ e. Washington, res. 
52 Green. 



GRAY SAMUEL P., 

agt.. Star Union Line and Allen- 
town Line, 85 Virginia av., res. 70 
e. St. Clair. 

Gray Thomas, salesman, 33 e. Washing- 
ton, bds. 235 n. Illinois. 

Gray William, engineer, rolling mill, 
res. 67 Harrison. 

Gray William, painter, works 20 Vir- 
ginia av., res. Stevens. 

Gray William, salesman, 18 and 20 Bates 
House, res. 235 n. Illinois. 

Gray William, teamster, res. 432 s. West. 

Gray William II,, painter, res. 62 Grear. 

Grear Elisha, merchant, res. 285 e, Wash- 
ington. 

Great Western Cotton Express, 80 Vir- 
ginia av., W. R. Williams, agt.; T. A. 
Lewis, supt. 

Great Western Dispatch, 82 Virginia av., 
Tompkins A. Lewis, agt. 

Great Western Express, 84 Virginia av., 
William B. Williams, agt. 

Great Western Life Insurance Co., 19 w. 
Washington, John P. Jones, agt. 

Greany Dennis, lab., res. 175 Meek. 

Greany John, drayman, res. 276 s. Ten- 
nessee. 

Greany Madame Margaret, midwife, res. 
276 s. Tennessee. 

Green Allen T., chair painter, res. 199 
Huron. 

Green Ann, milliner, 21 n. East, res. 
same. 

Green Isaac J., brakesman, Peru R. R., 
bds. 89 s. Pennsylvania. 

Green James W., pastor. Strange Chapel, 
res, 183 w, Tennessee. 

GREEN GEORGE, 

tailor, 53 Massachusetts av., res, 13 
Willard. 

Green John, works City Gas Works, bds. 
167 Madison av. 

Green John, res. 21 n. East, 

Green John, (30I,,) works 25 n. Illinois, 
res. same. 

GREEN JOHN C, 

(J, C. G. & Co.,) 98 e. Washington, 
res. s, w. cor. East and St, Clair. 

GREEN J. C. & CO., 

(John C. G. & John T. Houston,) 
drugs and medicines, 98 e. Washing- 
ton. See card, page 30. 

Green Martha, res. 37 Maple. 

Green Michael, lab., res. 325 s. Pennsyl- 
vania, 

Green Perry M., (Campbell & G.,) 143 
w. Washington, res. 130 n. Missis- 
sippi. 

Green Rebecca Miss, milliner, 68 e. 
Washington, res. Plainfield, 

Green Sallie Mrs., dress-maker, bds. 65 
n. East. 



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Green James, with Hughes & Harvey, 101 
e. Washington, res. 364 n. Meridian. 

Green N. Scott, book-keeper, First Na- 
tional Bank, bds. 364 n. Meridian. 

Greenan Joseph, freight conductor, Cen- 
tral R, R., bds. Mrs. Whittemore. 

Greenawalt John G., clerk, military 
claim agency, rear of State House, 
res. 223 n. Mississippi. 

Greenen Michael, brakesman, Central R. 
R., bds. Mrs. Whittemore. 

Greenfield Daniel, clerk, county clerk's 
office, bds. 323 w. Washington. 

Greenfield Robert, produce buyer for 
Carlisle's Mill, "res. 323 W.Washing- 
ton. 

Greenleaf Clement A., manf. and dealer 
in steam engines, boilers, etc, 325 s. 
Tennessee, res. 303 s. Meridian. 

Greenleaf Timothy P., machinist, bds. 
303 s. Meridian. 

Greenleaf Timothy R., machinist, bds. 
Ray House. 

Greenleaf William A., machinist, B. F. 
Haugh & Co., bds. Ray House. 

Greenrod Timothy, stone cutter, res. 41 
Kentucky av. 

Greenrod Timothy, stone-cutter, res. 34 
Kentucky av. 

Greenstreet Jasou H., book-keeper. 
Wheat, Fletcher & Co., room 1, Vin- 
ton's block, res. 315 s. East. 

Greenawald Albert, salesman, Crossland, 
Maguire & Co., res. 448 s. Illinois. 

Greenewald Henry, piano-maker, res. 174 
e. Washington. 

Greenwault John, rag-picker, res. 506 
Rosette. 

Greenway Benjamin, shoe-maker, res. 
212 e. South. 

Greenway John, shoe-maker, 41 e. Wash- 
ington, res. 112 e. McCarty. 

Greenwood Joseph, teamster. Root's foun- 
dry, res. last house on Virginia av. 

Greer James, lab., res. 242 s. Missis- 
sippi. 

Greenlich Andrew, lab., res. 163 e. St. 
Joseph. 

Greff John, machinist, Sinker & Co. 

Gregg James, wagon-maker, 191 Indi- 
ana av. 

Gregaire August, tailor, 20 w. Maryland, 
res. same. 

Gregor Jeremiah W., checkman, I. C. & 
L. R. R., res. 76 Bates. 

Gregoror Dennis, bar-tender, opposite 
Union depot, bds. 84 s. Illinois. 

Goegory Dennis, fur dealer, 31 w. Wash- 
ington, bds. Ballard House. 

Gregory R. C, judge. Supreme Court of 
Indiana, room 7, second floor, Gal- 
lup's block, cor. Tennessee and Mar- 
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Grein John, baker, 264 e. Washington, 
res. same. 

Grein Henry, baker, 264 e. Washington, 
bds. same. 

Greiner John, shoe-maker, 89 e. Wash- 
ington, res. 187 e. South. ^ 

Gresh Benjamin F., musician, res. 282 e. 
St. Clair. 

Gresh Samuel, carpenter, res. 2G5 West. 

Greuzard & Loucks, painters, 327 e. 
Washington. 

Greuzard L. J., (Louck S. & G.,) 327 e. 
Washington, res. 424 Virginia av. 

GE-IESE FRATTCIS, 

grocer, s. w. cor. Madisan av. and 
McCarty, res. same. 

Grieshaber John, boilei'-maker. Eagle 
Machine Works, res. 28 Fletcher's 
av. 

Grieshaber Sebastain, boiler-maker, res. 
349 s. Alabama. 

GRIESHEIMER & BRO., 

(Louis & Morris G.,) clothing and 
gents' furnishing goods, 1 w. Wash- 
ington, cor. Mei-idian. 

Grieshheimer Louis (G. & Bro.,) salesman, 
1 w. Washington, bds. Circle Restau- 
rant, n. Meridian. 

Griesheimer Morris, clothier, 1 w. Wash- 
ington, cor. Meridian, bds. Circle 
Restaurant. 

Griffenstein William, meat market, 105 
Massachusetts av., res. 491 n. Ala- 
bama. 

Griffin Adam, real estate agt., 11 s. Me- 
ridian, bds. Collins House, s. Penn- 
sylvania. 

Griffin Dennis, lab., res. s. Missouri. 

Griffin & Doty, (Timothy G. & David D.,) 
saloon, 48 s. Pennsylvania. 

Griffin George, bar-tender, 48 s. Penn- 
sylvania, bds. 276 s. Delaware. 

Griffin George W., (G. & Doty,) res, 376 
s. Delaware. 

Griffin James, brakesman, T. & I. R. R., 
bds. Nagle House. 

Griffin James, lab., res. 2 Water. 

Griffin John, carpenter, 49 Rockwood. 

Griffin John, lab., res. 75 Fayette. 

Griffin Mary A., bds. 106 s. Pennsylva- 
nia. 

Griffin Michael, lab., bds. 140 Huron. 



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Griffin Michael, lab., res, 65 California. 
Griffin Michael J., drayman, res. 99 Fay- 
ette. 
Griffin Michael, lab., res. 95 Fayette. 
Griffin Patrick, lab., res. 33 Bates. 
Griffin Patrick, lab., res, 376 s, Delaware. 
Griffin Sarah A., (wid,) James, nurse, 

res, 362 s, Delaware. 
Griffin Thomas, teamster, res, 142 s. No- 
ble, 
Griffin Timothy, lab., 44 Fayette. 
Griffin Timothy, (G. & Doty,) 48 s. Penn- 
sylvania, res. 386 s. Delaware. 
Griffith Cormi, carpenter, res. 23 Short. 
Griffith David L., salesman, Tyler's Bee 
Hive, 2 w. Washington, bds. 428 n. 
Tennessee. 
Griffith Humphrey, res. 78 n. Illinois. 
Griffith James, engineer, bds. 99 e, Geor- 
gia, 
Griffith John, (col.,) teamster, res. 151 

Indiana av. 
Griffith Josiah R., real estate agt., 11 s. 

Meridian, res. 42 s, Mississippi. 
Griffith P. H., bds, 78 n. Illinois, 
Grigsby Gabriel, tobacconist, bds, Ray 

House. 
Grigsby James, gardner, res. 144 e. 

Michigan rd. 
Grim Jacob, well digger, res. 174 e. St. 

Joseph. 
Grim John, brewer, res. 256 s. Delaware. 
Grimm Casper, coach painter, 26 e. 

Georgia, res. 147 e, St. Joseph. 
Grimm Jacob, blacksmith, Bremerman & 

Renner, res. 174 e. St. Joseph. 
Grimm Weudlin, Cabinet-Makers' Union, 

res. n. Tennessee, near city limits. 
Grimes Elmore, cooper, J. S. Carey & Co., 

bds. Railroad House, s, Illinois. 
Grimes William H., carpenter, Emerson, 

Beam & Co., res. 325 n. West. 
Grineat William, broom manf., bds. Na- 

gle House. 
Grinsteiner George, undertaker, 276 e. 

Market, res, same, 
Griss Adam, painter, 136 w. Michigan, 

res. same, 
Grising Fred, Eagle Machine Works, res. 

below Madison depot, on R. R. 
Grobe Charles, eating house, 12 w. Lou- 
isiana, res. same. 
Grobea Augusta, servant, 109 w. Wash- 
ington. 
Groesch John, (Reinman & G.,) propr. 
Mozart Hall, res, 203 n. Noble, cor. 
Vermont. 
Grofort Susannah, (wid.) George G., wash- 
erwoman, res, 183 Douglas alley. 

GROOMS ANSEL C, 

book-keeper, Douglass & Conner, 
Journal Co., res, 412 n. New Jersey. 



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Grose Amanda, student, Indiana Female 
College, corner Meridian and New 
York. 
Grose Ella, student, Indiana Female Col- 
lege, cor. Meridian and New York. 

Grose Eliza, student, Indiana Female Col- 
lege, cor. Meridian and New York. 

Grosch John, agt. XX Madison ale, res. 
203 n. Noble. 

Gross Alfred S., clerk, 66 n. Illinois, res. 
59 n. Illinois. 

Gross Andrew L , inmate Deaf and Dumb 
Asylum, res. Morgantown, Morgan 
CO., Ind. 

Grosslight Israel, lab., res. 222 n. East. 

Grove Samuel A., clerk, C. D. Shimer, 
res. 409 n. East. 

GROVBR & BAKER SEWING 
MACHINE CO.,ThomasM. Cochrane, 
agt., 21 e. Washington. See card 
another page. 

Grube Jacob, carpenter, res, 356 s, Illi- 
nois. 

Grubbs D. W., general insurance agt., 19 
n. Meridian, res. 282 n. Illinois. 

Grubbs George W., deputy county clerk, 
office (/ourt House Square, bds. 84 
Massachusetts av. 

Gruenert Herman, propr. Globe House, 
183 s. Hlinois. 

Gruenert John A., propr. .Jefferson House, 
s. w. cor. South and Pennsylvania. 

Grund George, striker, Washington foun- 
dry, res. 137 s. Meridian, 

Gurlig Henry, saloon, Spencer House, 
res. Market, bet. East and Liberty. 

Guezet August, painter, res, 297 s. Dela- 
ware. 

Guffin Henry C, (G. & Parker,) rooms 10 
and 11 Talbott & New's blk., n. Penn- 
sylvania, res. 231 Massachusetts av. 

Guffin Lewis H., student, North-Western 
Christian University, bds. 40 Chris- 
tain av. 

Guffin & Parker, (Henry C. G. & Robert 
P. P.,) lawyers and notaries, rooms 
10 and 11 Talbott & New's blk., n. 
Pennsylvania. 

Guier David, tailor, J. Staub, res. Bluff 
rd., s. city limits. 

Guliver Aaron, (G. & Bro., col.,) bds. 77 
Kentucky av. 



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Guliver & Bro., (coL,) barbers, cor. 
Washington and Kentucky av. 

Guliver William, (G. & Bro., col.,) res. 77 
Kentucky av. 

Gulling Christ, lab., bds. last house s. 
West. 

Gumbel Henry, cabinet-maker, 195 e. 
Washington, bds. 211 Davidson. 

Gundelfinger Benjamin, (lMitchel& Co.,) 
doting, 2 Bates House, res. 40 n. 
East. 

Gunkle Anthony W., brick-maker, res, 
36 Grant. 

Gunkle George, lab., John Fishback^ res. 
s. Illinois. 

Gurnn William, conductor freight, T. H. 
& L R. R., res. 16 Henry. 

Gustetter Frederick, lab., res, 435 n. New 
Jersey. 

Gustin George, messenger, W. U. Tele- 
graph office, bds. 275 n. New Jersey. 

Gustin John, auctioneer, 85 e. Washing- 
ton, res. 27 e. North. 

Gustin Levi, physician and surgeon, 42^ 
w. Louisiana, res. 275 n. New Jersey. 

Guth Edward, machinist, res. 364 s. Illi- 
nois. 

Guthmaca John, painter, res. 157 Fort 
Wayne av. 

Guthrieth Rudolph, lab., res. w. s. Mis- 
sissippi, bet. First and Second. 

Gutig Henry, barber shop, n. e. cor. Penn- 
sylvania and Washington, res. 280 
e. Market. 

Gutperle Peter, salesman, Spiegel, Thoms 
& Co., res. 204 n. Noble. 

Gwin Eliza J., (wid.) Seth, res. 439 s. 
Illinois. 

Gwin John W., fireman, T, H. & L R. R., 
res. 439 s. Illinois. 

Gwin Thomas J., last polisher, res. 439 
s. Illinois. 



HAAG CATHARINE J., inmate Deaf 
and Dumb Asylum, res.Terre Haute. 
Haag Charles, waiter, Depot Dining Hall, 

res. 274 Massacliusetts av. 
HAAS GEORGE, 

baker, 314 n. New Jersey, res. same. 
Habney Henry, lab,, res. 185 w. New 
York. 



Haber Henry, lab., res. 128 Spring, 

Hack John, (Georgi & H.,) res. 189 Vir- 
ginia av. 

Hacker Asbury P , general collector, res. 
465 e. Georgia. 

Hacker William, grand sec'y,, Masonic 
Orders, State of Indiana, office Ma- 
sonic Hall, s. e. cor. V/ashington and 
Tennessee, res. same. 

Hacket William, lab., res. 64 s. Liberty. 

Hackney Josephine, (wid.) Leonard, 
dress-maker, res. 130 n. Illinois. 

Ilackstaen Christian, lab., res. 166 Union. 

Hadley David, student, North-Western 
Christian University, bds. s. w. cor. 
Ash and Christian av. 

Hadley Hannah Mrs., milliner, 143 w. 
Washington, res. same. 

Hadley Richard, hostler, 10 e. Pearl, bds. 
St. Nicholas Saloon. 

Hadley William, city assessor, res. 381 n. 
Delaware. 

Haehl George, clerk, bds., 147 w. Wash- 
ington. 

Haehl Henry J., baker and confectioner, 
147 w. Washington, res. same. 

Haehl John, insurance agt., res. 237 s. 
Delaware. 

Haelgamaer Christ., res. 43 Wyoming. 

Haelgameir Mena, (wid.) Harman, res. 
140 s. East. 

Haemmerly George E., lab., 461 Rosette. 

Haerle William, trimmings and fancy 
goods, 36 w. Washington, res. 342 n. 
Illinois. 

Haeser Conrad, journeyman carpenter, 
res. 377 e. Michigan. 

HafFe Hannah, servant, 215 n. New Jer- 
sey. 

Hafferman Frederick, butcher, res. Na- 
tional rd., near White river bridge. 

Haffman Harvey, engineer, bds. 149 w 
South. 

HAFFMAN & HAWEY, 

(George Haney & William Haffman,) 
manfs. of window shades, 25 s. 
East. 

Haffman William, (Haffman & Haney,) 
res. 17 n. East. 

Hafner August, boots and shoes, 127 w. 
Washington, res. same. 

Hagar E. C, book-keeper, Fletcher's 
Bank, bds. 134 n. Pennsylvania, 

Hagedon W, H., salesman. New York 
Store,, bds. 84 e. Michigan. 

Hagerhaust Christina Miss, res, 224 s. 
Alabama. 

Hager Fannie, servant, 71 e. Maryland, 
res. same. 

Hagerty John, lab., res. 192 Maple. 

Hagert.y Patrick, teamster, res. 261 s. 
Tennessee. 

Hagerty Timothy, lab., res. 192 Maple. 



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Hagerty James, currier, John Fisliback, 
res. Bluff rd. 

Hahn Charles F., (C. Frese, H. & Bals,) 
27 w. Washington, bcls. Union Hall. 

Hahn Charles F., (H. & Bals,) 25 s. Me- 
ridian, res. 79 n. Alabama. 

Hahn Henry, music teacher, res. 65 s. 
East. 

Hahn Jacob, butcher, bds. 223 s. Tennes- 
see. 

Hahn Lewis, butcher, 227 s. Tennessee, 
res. same. 

HAHN & BALS, 

(Charles F. H. & Charles H. G. B.,) 
wines, liquors, r cigars and tobacco, 
wholesale, 25 s. Meridian. 

Haily Oliver, engineer, Journal office, 
res. 180 Dougherty, 

Haines Martha, (wid.) James, res. 39 
Elm. 

Haisch John, printer, Indiana Volks- 
blatt, res. 164 e. Washington. 

Haitz Lewis, blacksmith, res. 62 Hos- 
brook. 

Haitz Rosa, student, Sister's Institute, 
bds. 62 Hosbrook. 

Haitz Sophia Miss, bds. 62 Hosbrook. 

Halanan Thomas, lab., res, 15 Coburn. 

Halderman Joseph, house mover, bds. 26 
s. West. 

Hale Henry J., lab., res. 228 w. Ohio. 

Hale Henry J., machinist, res. 81 Massa- 
chusetts av. 

Hale Henry J., jr., machinist. Phoenix 
Foundry, res. 224 w. Ohio. 

Hale Jennie Miss, apprentice, 42 s. Illi- 
nois, res. 177 n. Delaware. 

HALE JUDGSON, 

physician and surgeon, and special- 
ist in catarrh affections and chronic 
and lung and throatdiseases of every 
species, office room 1, Miller's block, 
cor. Illinois and Market, res. same. , 

Haley Katie, waiter, Palmer House, bds. 
same. 

Halford Elijah W., local editor, Indiana- 
polis Daily Journal, res. 118 e. St. 
Mary. 

Hall Edward K., (Lawyer & H.,) 49 s. 
New Jersey, res. Noblesville, Ham- 
ilton CO., Ind. 

Hall Eli A., merchant tailor, e. Washing- 
ion, res. 356 n. Illinois. 

Hall Harriet, seamstress, 257 e. Wash- 
ington, res. 174 e. Washington. 

Hall Harry L., asst. supt. I. C. & L. R. 
R., bds. Bates House. 

Hall Henry, engineer, I. & C. R. R., res. 
306 e. Georgia. 

HALL HENRY C. 

prest. Sinnissippi Insurance Co., 
room 15 Eden's blk,, res. 125 e. 
Vermont. 



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Hall Earl J., book agt., res. 31 Coburn. 
Hall Isaac B., salesman, 101 e. W^ashing- 

ton, bds. 125 e. Ohio. 
Hall J., student Commercial College, bds. 

272 w. Maryland. 
Hall John R., blacksmith, 26 e. Georgia, 

bds. Neiman House. 
Hall Leonard, works Rolling Mill, res. 10 

Henry. 
Hall Louis R., book-keeper, C. E. Geisen- 

dorf & Co., res. 79 w. Ohio. 
Hall Mary Mrs., (wid.) Major B., res. 

135 w. Maryland. 
Hall Mary, servant, 119 w. I\raryland. 
Hall Nathan, (col.) barber, Spencer 

House, bds. Pyle House. 
Hall Reginald H., (Rand & H.,) 24| e. 

Washington, res. 210 n. Meridian. 
Hall Robert, carpenter, Street Ry., cor. 

Tennessee and Louisiana, res. 18 

Willard. 
Hall Thomas Q., (Wilkens & H.,) 39 s. 

Illinois, res. 125 e. Walnut. 
Hall William, machinist, res. 197 Bates. 
Hall William, salesman Wilkens & Hall, 

res. 423 St. Clair. 
Hall William, (col.,) carpenter, res. 121 

Bright. 
Hall William, physician, res. 423 e. St. 

Clair. 
Hall W. S., harness-maker, J. C. Hereth 

& Bro. bds. 54 Massachusetts av, 
Hallahan Jeremiah, lab., res. 44 Eliza- 
beth. 
Hallam Thomas, carpenter, bds. 83 Greer. 
Hallen Michael, lab., res. 130 Meek. 
Haller Leon, salesman, Hume, Adams & 

Co,, 26 and 28 w. Washington, res. 

cor. Delaware and Cumberland. 
Halleran Dennis, lab., res. 291 s. East. 
Halpin Martin H., printer, Journal Co., 

res. 229 e. Vermont. 
Halsey Benjamin H., farmer, res. 89 Co- 
burn. 
Halsker Benjamin, lab., res. 505 s. Ten- 
nessee. 
Halter Henry, (H. & Kiger,) w. National 

rd., opp. Insane Hospital, res, same. 
Haltmeyer Charles, carpenter, res. 304 

Delaware. 
Hamacher S., stableman, Citizen's Street 

Ry., bds. Neiman House. 



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Hamburg Henry, pastry-cook, Spencer 
House, res. 446 s. Illinois. 

Hamburg William, clerk, Dr. Hamburg, 
bds, Concordia House. 

Hamerly George, lab., res. 476 Rosette, 

Hamil Bernard, drayman, res. 498 n. 
Mississippi. 

Hamil Michael, lab., res. last house w. 
McCarthy. 

Hamilton Asel A., student, Dr. Boyd, 
res. 117 Massachusetts av. 

Hamilton Augustus, lab., bds. 117 Mas- 
sachusetts av. 

Hamilton Alfred C, salesman, 4 Bates 
House, res. 68 n." Alabama. 

Hamilton David P., engineer, C. & I. C. 
R. R., bds. first door w. Boston ba- 
kery, e. Washington. 

Hamilton Emma Miss., student commer- 
cial college, res. Pattison House, n. 
Alabama. 

Hamilton F. W., Deputy Auditor, Court 
House Square, res. 291 s. New Jer- 
sey. 

Hamilton Henry W., lab., res. 260 Indi- 
ana av. 

Hamilton James, (R. G. Smithers & Co.) 
res. 517 Maple. 

Hamilton James, machinist, bds. 517 
Maple. 

Hamilton James A., County Librarian, 
bds. 138 e. Pratt. 

Hamilton John M., farmer, bds. terminus 
Massnchusetts av. 

Hamilton John W., insurance agent, res. 
138 e. Pratt. 

Hamilton Patrick, lab., res. west end 
Market. 

Hamilton Robert A., machinist, Smithers 
& Co., res. 517 Maple. 

Hamilton Robert B., Toll Gate keeper, 
Pendleton pike. 

Hamilton Samuel, lab., res, 114 e. Michi- 
gan rd. 

Hamilton Thomas D., clerk, W. L. Mun- 
son, res. 87 s. Illinois. 

Hamilton Thomas I., carpenter, res. 20 s. 
East. 

Hamilton William H. H., foreman Wm. 
Sheets' bindery, 79 w. Washington, 
res. 80 s. Mississippi. 

Hamlin Carlin, (H. & Jones,) res. s. w. 
cor. n. Tennessee and Tinker. 

Hamlin Levi H., (H. & Van Buskirk,) 
office 32^ n. Illinois, res. 337 e. South. 

Hamlin Richard, spoke-grinder, res. 418 
s. Illinois. 

Hamlin W^illiam H., telegraph operator, 
res, 129 Bates. 

Hamlin & Johnson, (Carlin H. & Thomas 
E. J.,) attorneys and counselors at 
law, office n, e. cor. Washington and 
Illinois. 



JOHN FURNAS & CO. 

AGENTS OF 

HYDRAULIC WOOLEN MILLS, 

AND DEALERS IN 

Dry Goods, Notions and Trimmings. 
See card, page 42. 



Hamman Jacob, journeyman carpenter, 
res. 277 Winston. 

Hammel George, cigar-maker, Eden's 
blk., res. 813 n. Mississippi. 

Hammill James, drayman, 34 s. Merid- 
ian,- res. 498 n. Mississippi. 

Hammond Julia, student, Ind. Female 
College, cor. Meridian and New 
York. 

Hammond Beeson, law student, Perkins, 
Taylor & Jordan, room 4 -^tna bldg. 

Hammond Sebra U., Insurance agt, 19 n. 
Meridian, res, 174 w. Washington. 

Hommond Upton J., (H. & Howland,) 
bds. 126 e. Ohio. 

HAMMOND & HOWLAND, 
(Upton J. H and Livingston H.) at- 
torneys and notaries, room 4 Langs- 
dale's blk., 14 n. Delaware. 

Hampton Jehiel B., coach-maker, works 
Indianapolis Agricultural Works, 
res, 365 w. Vermont. 

Hampton W^illiam, machinist, res. 74 s. 
Noble. 

Hamnan Edward, heater in Rolling Mill, 
res. 183 High, 

Hanager Michael, machinist, res. 295 s. 
East. 

Hand Adolphus C, brick-maker, res. 
Madison rd. 

Hand William, brick-maker, res. Ne- 
braska, s. of city limits. 

Handerhan Lawrance, lab., res. 31 Bid- 
die. 

HANEMAN J. & P., 

(John F. & Theodore H.,) grocers, 
135 Massachusetts av, 

Haneraan John, (J. & T. Haneman,) res, 
135 Massachusetts av. 

Haneman Theodore, (J. & T. Haneman,) 
res. 135 Massachusetts av. 

Hanes William, journeyman cooper, res. 
214 w. Mew York. 

Haney George, (Hoffman & Haney,) res. 
124 8. Noble. 

Hawley Patrick, res. 71 e. Maryland, 

Hanlon Frank, saloon under Palmer 
House, res, 179 n. Tennessee. 

Hanlon James, clerk, s. e. cor. Washing- 
ton and Illinois, down stairs. 

Hanly Emaline, millinery store, 64 n. 
Illinois, res. 34 w. Ohio. 



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Hanlin Catharine 'Mrs,, res. 19 s. West. 
Hanna M. E. Miss, teacher, Institute for 

the Blind, res. same. 
Hanna John, (H. & Knefler,) res. Green- 
castle, Putnam co. 
Hanna John L., Deputy Sheriff, office 

Court House square, res. 427 e. St. 

Clair. 
Hanna S. C, (Crossland, Maguire & Co.) 

52 s. Meridian, res. 388 n. Illinois. 
Hanna Valentine C, Colonel U. S. Army, 

res. 172 n. Meridian. 
HANNA & KNEPLER. 

(John H. & Fred K.) attorneys at 

law, room 4 Hereth's blk., 20i n. 

Delaware. 
Hannaman H. G., clerk Millitry Claim 

Agency, rear of State House, bds. 

22 Circle. 
Hannaman William, agt. Indian Claim 

Agency, res. e. Washington, outside 

city limits. 
Hanning James, salesman. New York 

Store, bds. 92 e. Washington. 
Hanning John G., (Ramsay & H.) bds. 

135 e. St. Joseph. 
HANNING, BAMSAY & CO., 

(John G. H., Walter L. R. & John 

Pearson,) plumbers, gas and steam 

fitters, 82 w. Washington. See card. 
Hannon E. J. Miss., saleswoman, Wheel- 
er & Wilson, 12 n. Pennsylvania, 

bds. 98 w. Vermont. 
Hanover Christian, traveling agt., res. 2 

Arch. 
Hanrahan Frank, contractor, res. 878 s. 

Tennessee. 
Hanrahan Michael, switchman, Terre 

Haute depot, res. s. Tennessee. 
HANRAHAN P. G., 

propr. "Union Forever" Saloon, 267 

s. Tennessee, res. same. 
Hanrahan Priest. T., graduated student 

South Bend, bds. 265 s. Tennessee. 
Hansen John F., painter, 10 s. Meridian, 

bds. 23 Kentucky av. 
Hanson Mats, shoe-maker, 331 s. Penn- 
sylvania, res. same. 
Hanway Samuel, street contractor, res. 

435 n. East. 
Hanway Thomas H., brick-mason, res. 

465 n. East. 



Harbison Alexander L., engineer Journal 
office, bds. 136 w. Vermont. 

Harbison Robert, truckman, American 
Express Co., Union Depot, res. 136 
w. Vermont. 

Harbit Elsey, (wid.) George, res. 37 w. 
McCarty. 

Hardesty E. J., train master, J., M. & I. 
R. R., res. 167 s. Pennsylvania. 

Harcoust Theodore, cabinet-maker, res. 
107 s. New Jersey. 

Harden George, harness-maker, 225 e, 
Washington, bds. same. 

Hardesty Levi, res. 310 n. Illinois. 

Hardin Albert G., Court Bailiff, bds. 225 
e. Market. 

Hardin Harvey, (col.,) lab., res. 157 Eliz- 
abeth. 

Hardin Richard E., carpenter, 213 e. 
Washington, res. 225 e. Market. 

HARDING GEORGE C, 

chief local editor, Daily and Weekly 
Herald, 16^ e. Washington, res. 127 
w. First. 

Harding George W., lab., res. 325 e. 
Washington. 

Harding Richard, barber, 286 w. Wash- 
ington, res. same. 

Harding Thomas W., (H. & Werbee,) 61 
e. Washington, res. same. 

Harding William, drayman, res. 230 
Union. 

Harding & Werbe, (Thomas W. H. & 
Christopher G. W.,) attorneys, 61 e. 
Washington. 

Hardwick John, carpenter,res. 33 Fletch- 
er av. 

Hardwood Irvin M., watchman, American 
Express, res. 67 Madison av. 

Haress William, lab., rolling mill, res. 39 
e. McCarty. 

Hai'gatt William P., painter, Cosmopol- 
itan. 

Hargin John, compositor. Herald Office, 
bds. 14 e. Washington, rooms Black- 
ford's blk. 

Harland George, (Smith & H.,) res. 199 
Massachusetts av. 

Harland Lorenzo D., physician, res. 142 
Virginia av, 

Harlin George W., turner, res. 136 n. 

Tennessee. 
Harlow Francis E., freight clerk,.,Adam8 
Express office, 12 e. Washington, 
bds. Pyle House. 
Harman Charles, bds. National rd., near 

White River bridge. 
Harman George W,, cooper, res. 398 s. 

West. 
Harman Lawrence, lab., res. 583 e. Wash- 
ington. 
Harmining Christopher, drayman, John 
Fishback, res. e. Noble. 



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101 



Harkness John, res. 179 n. Pennsylvania. 

Harner Andrew, watchman, Ceniral R. 
R. shop, res. 60 s. Noble. 

Harness Solomon, farmer, res. 39 e. Mc- 
Carty. 

Harper George, baggage-master, C. & I. 
C. R. R., res. 463 e. Georgia. 

Harper Henry, cooper, res. 162 s. Meri- 
dian. 

Harper James P., civil engineer, res. 434 
n. Delaware. 

Harper Jeff, (H. & Newell,) carpenters 
and builders, 40 Kentucky av,, res. 
s. California, bet. Maryland and 
Georgia. ' 

Harper John L., (Ray, Mayhew & Co.,) 8 
w. Louisiana, res. 269 e. Market. 

Harper Winfield S., printer, res. 162 s. 
Meridian. 

Harper & Newell, (Jeff. H. & Robert A. 
N.,) carpenters and builders,40 Ken- 
tucky av. 

Harrington Dennis, lab., C. & I. C. freight 
depot. 

Harrington Mary, waiter. Palmer House. 

Harrington Sarah, servant, 475 n. Illi- 
nois. 

Harrington Thomas, lab., bds. 396 s. Mis- 
souri. 

Harris Addison C, (Dye & H.,) notary 
public, rooms 8 and 9 Talbott & 
New's blk,, n. Pennsylvania, bds. n. 
e.cor. Michigan and East. 

Harris Bug, fcol.,) white-washer, res. 239 
Minerva. 

Harris Charles E., carpenter, res. 140 e. 
North. 

Harris David, lab., res. 34 Helen. 

Harris David, machinist, Sinker & Co. 

Harris Elizabeth Mrs., seamstress, 90 s. 
Meridian, res. same. 

Harris Frank Miss, saleswoman, Cope- 
land's millinery store, 8 e. Washing- 
ton, bds. 44 s. Tennessee. 

Harris Harvey, stock-dealer, res. opp. 
Insane Asylum. 

Harris J. Mrs., dyeing and repairing, 62 
s. Illinois, res. 68 s. Illinois. 

Harris John T., inmate Deaf and Dumb 
Asylum, res, Swansville, Jefferson 
CO., Ind. 

Harris Obadiah, capitalist, res. w. Na- 
tional rd., opp. Insane Asylum. 

Harris Thomas W., plasterer, res. 380 s. 
West. 

Harris Virgil H., student, commercial 
college, bds. 14 s. Mississippi. 

Harris William H. Colonel, commander 
U. S. arsenal, e. city limits, res. 
same. 

HABBISO]^ A. & J. a S., 

(Alfred & John C. S. H.,) proprs. 
HarrisoHs' Bank, 15 e. Washington. 



CABINET-MAKERS' UNION, 

105 East "Washington Street, 
MANUFACTURE LARGELY. 

See card, page viii. 



Harrison Alfred, (Harrisons' bankl5, ) 
e. Washington, res. 252 n. Meridian. 

Harrison Benjamin, (Porter, H. & Fish- 
back,) Yohn's blk., cor. Washington 
and Meridian, res. 299 n. Alabama, 
cor. North. 

Harrison Edward G,, clerk, Harrisons' 
bank, 15 e. Washington, bds. 252 n. 
Meridian, 

Harrison Elizabeth, inmate Deaf and 
Dumb Asylum, res. Muncie, Dela- 
ware CO., Ind. 

Harrison Frank P., engineer, J. M. & I. 
R. R., bds. Ray House. 

Harrison John C. S., (Harrisons' bank,) 
15 e. Washington, res. 262 u. Meri- 
dian, 

Harrison George, inmate Deaf and Dumb 
Asylum, res, Evansville, Vander- 
burg CO., Ind. 

Harrison John T., inmate Deaf and Dumb 
Asylum, res, Muncie, Delaware co., 
Ind. 

Harrison Louisa, (col.,) servant, Indian- 
apolis Female Institute, n. e. cor. 
Pennsylvania and Michigan, 

Harrison R, E., attorney at law and no- 
tary public, 19 w. Washington, res. 
n. e, cor. Oak and Cherry. 

Harrison Temple C, attorney at law, no- 
tary public and claim agt., 19 w. 
Washington, res. 23 Cherry. 

Harrison U.rban C, brick-layer, res. 49 
Ann. 

HARHISONS' BANK, 

A. & J. C. S. Harrison, proprs., 15 e. 
Washington, 

Ilarsin AVilliam, carpenter, res. 495 s. 
Illinois. 

Hart Andrew, tinner, 68 e. Washington, 
res. room 5 Miller's blk. 

Hart Edwin, receiving clerk, American 
and U. S. Express Cos., 34 e. Wash- 
ington, ns. 74 s. Noble, 

Hart Michael, lab,, res, 57 Dougherty, 
Chatham, 

Hart T. C, salesman. New York store, 
bds. Commercial Hotel. 

HART 8l MATHEWS, 

(Thomas J. H. & Cyrus M.,) carpen- 
ters and builders, 5 Virginia av. See 
card page — . 



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SOUTH-WEST CORNER OF MAIN AND THIRD STREETS, 
DAYTON, OHIO. 




This large and conveniently located Hotel is now in perfect running order, having, some months since, 

been leased by the present proprietor, Mr. Reibold, for a long term of years, and is now 

completely remodeled— re-furnished with new and beautiful furniture, made 

to order specially for the Phillips House, and it now presents a 

FINE APPEARANCE, EQUAL, IF NOT 

Superior to the best Western Hotels in the largest Cities, 

And the conveniences are second to none and superior to many who claim to be number one. 

The house affords a large Office, fine Sample-Rooms, large, airy and finely- 
furnished Parlors, Drawing Rooms, &c. 

The Sleeping Chambers are conveniently arranged, finely furnished and well ventilated in summer and 
warmed in winter. The house contains a FINE BAR AND BILLIARD SALOON on the ground floor, at 
which is afforded in genteel style, the 

FINEST WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS AND BILLIARD TABLES. 

Also, a BARBER'S EMPORIUM AND HAIR-DRESSING SALOON and Bath Rooms all in fine regulation. 

The locality of this Hotel is in the center of business, opposite the Court House, four 

blocks from the Union Passenger Depot, and is by far 

THE BEST HOTEL 



In the City of Dayton, affording accommodations superior to others, at no greater cost, and the travel- 
ing public have a guarantee in stopping at this house that their wants will be gratified, as "mine host," 
Mr. Reibold, is a practical hotel-keeper and a good culinary artist, who burthens his table with every- 
thing that the country affords or the market produces. 

BUSINESS MEN from Eastern, Western or Southern Cities will find the Phillips House to be all that 
it is represented to be and more, and on visiting Dayton or the western country through Ohio, will 
find it to their advantage to call and try it. 

L. REIBOLD, Proprietor. 



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Hart Thomas J., (H. & Mathews,) 5 Vir- 
ginia av., res. 199 n. Tennessee. 

Hart Robert M., broom-maker, res. 18 

Harter John A., (Noel & H.,) res. 42 n. 
New Jersey. 

Harter Joseph, student, North-Western 
Christian University, bds. 361 Mas- 
sachusetts av. 

Harting Frederick, (H. & Bro.,) res. 
Bluff rd. 

Harting Henry, (H. & Bro.,) res. 363 s. 
Illinois. 

Harting & Bro., (Henry H. & Frederick 
H.,) brewers, s. w. cor. Norwood and 
Bluff. 

Hartman Christian, lab., res. 364 s. Illi- 
nois. 

Hartman Christian F., foreman, Fred. P. 
Rush, 99 s. Delaware, res. 279 e. 
Ohio. 

Hartman Fred, wagon-maker, res. 479 e. 
Georgia. 

Hartman Henry, lab., res. 132 Union. 

HARTMAN MATHEW, 
plasterer, res. 262 n. Alabama. 

Hartman Silas, carpenter, bds. 266 n. Al- 
abama. 

Hartman William, bar-tender, 78 and 80 
w. Washington, bds. same. 

Hartman William, lab., res. 77 Race. 

Hartman George, cabinet-maker, bds. 142 
8. East. 

Hartney Michael, lab., res. 447 s. Ten- 
nessee. 

Hartpence J. Walter, printer, H. C. Chan- 
dler & Co., bds. 36 n. Pennsylvania. 

Hartpence Walter, printer, res. 76 Indi- 
ana av. 

Hartwell E., book-keeper. Bates House, 
n. w. cor. Washington and Illinois. 

Harswig James, porter, 52 s. Meridian, 
res. 129 Merrill. 

Hartwig Lucas, lab., res. 65 w. McCarty. 

Harvey Jonathan S., (Hughes & H.,) res. 
n. Tennessee, bet. Michigan and 
North. 

Harvey Thomas B., (Wright & H.,) phy- 
sician and surgeon, office 53 e. 
Market, res. 302 n. Delaware, cor. 
North. 

Harwood William, collar-maker, James 
Sulgrove & Son, bds. cor. New York 
and Delaware. 

Harvey Alonzo D., (H. & Wingate,) 77 e. 
Washington, bds. 96 s. Delaware. 

Harvey Gideon, (col.,) porter. Dr. Buell's 
Medicine Depot, bds. n. Missouri, 
bet. Market and Ohio. 

Harvey Silas L., clerk, city Treasurer's 
office, res. 284 n. Tennessee. 

Harvey & Wingate, (Alonzo D. H. & Ed- 
win H. W.,) groceries and produce, 
77 e. Washington. 



LOUISVILLE HOTEL 



MODERN WESTERN HOTEL. 



See card, page 158. 



Harvey James, well-digger, res. 250 Mi- 
nerva. 

Harvey William, hostler, 69 Mississippi, 
bds. 147 w. Maryland. 

Harket Elijah, pump manf., 15 Court, 
bet. Delaware and Pennsylvania, 
res. 19 Willard. 

Hasket & Keil, (Elijah H. & Conrad K.,) 
pump manfs.. Court, bet. Pennsylva- 
nia and Delaware. 

Haskit William I., (W. L H. & Co.,) 14 
w. Washington, res. 416 n. Illinois. 

HASKIT W. I. & CO., 

(William I. H., Elijah B., Martindale 
& Samuel A. Craig,) druggists, 14 
w. Washington. 

Haslep Isaiah, master mechanic, Belle- 
fontaine R. R. shop, res. 214 Vir- 
ginia av. 

Hasman Henry, teamster, res. 186 Har- 
rison. 

Hasselberg Christian, lab., res. 68 Eddy. 

Hassett Martin, section boss, P. & I. R. 
R., bds. 42 s. East, 

Hasselman Louis W., prest. Eagle Ma- 
chine Works, res. s. w. cor. Merid- 
ian and Vermont. 

Hasselman Itto H., bds. L. W. Hassel- 
man, n. Meridian, cor. Vermont. 

Hasson Charles E., salesman, Isaac Davis 
& Co., res. 504 n. Delaware. 

Hasson James, book-keeper, Helwig, 
Roberts & Co., res. 504 n. Dela- 
ware. I 

Hasson Louisa, servant, H. Bates, jr., 185 
n. Delaware. 

Hasson William, (H. Daily & Co..) 41 s. 
Meridian, res. 444 n. Meridian. 

Hastings Edwin L., supt. Indianapolis 
Daily Journal, res. 653 n. Illinois. 

Hasty John A., repairer. Western Union 
Telegraph Co., bds. 136 s. Alabama. 

Hat Lewis, butcher, 71 s. Noble, res. 266 
n. Noble. 

Hataway Henry, drayman, res. 128 n. 
Davidson. 

Hathaway Frank, lab., res. National rd., 
near White river bridge. 

Hatfield John J. B., foreman, U. S. arse- 
nal, e. of city limits. 

Hattenbach Nathan, tobacco and cigars, 
51 8. Illinois, res. Cincinnati, 0. 



For School or Medical Books, see page 94. 



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LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 



Connecticut Mutual 



LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. 



H. R. DUTTON, Agent 



See pages T4 aud 154. 

Hattman Jolin G., cook, Capital Saloon 
and Restaurant, 14 e. Washington, 
res, 101 n. Noble, cor. Ohio. 

Houck John, grocer, 99 Massachusetts 
av., cor. Alabama, res. same. 

Haueiseu J. Fred., tobacconist, res. 73 n. 
Tennessee. 

Haueisen Robert, salesman, 29 w. Wash- 
ington, bds. 30 s. Mississippi. 

Haueisen William, (Charles Mayer & 
Co.,) 29 w. Washington, res. 30 n. 
Mississippi. 

Hauenstein Mathew, butcher shop, 309 
n. West, bds. 208 s. East. 

Hauf Henry, boiler-maker, Eagle Ma- 
chine Works, res. 113 Davidson. 

Haug Gottleib, clerk, Concordia House, 
s. Meridian. 

Haug Michael, saloon, 138 s. Pennsylva- 
nia, res. same. 

Haugh Adam, capitalist, res. 208 n. Ala- 
bama. 

Haugli Alex., finisher, B. F. Haugh & 
Co., bds. 244 e. Vermont. 

Haugh Benjamin F., (B. F. H. & Co.,) 74 
s, Pennsylvania^ res. 504 n. Penn- 
sylvania. 

HAUGH B. r. & CO., 

(Benjamin F. H. & Joseph R. H.,) 
manfs. railings and jails, 74 s. 
Pennsylvania. 

Haugh Charles E., book-binder, Journal 
Co., bds. 224 e. Vermont, 

Haugh Emanuel, machinist, B. F. Haugh 
& Co., res. 244 e. Vermont. 

Haugh Joseph R., cashier Citizen's Na- 
tional Bank, res. 175 n. New Jer- 
sey. 

Haugh William A., machinist, B. F. 
Haugh & Co., bds. 244 e. Vermont. 

HAUGHEY THEODORE P., 
prest. Indianapolis National Bank, 
n. e. cor. Pennsylvania and Wash- 
ington, res. 242 n. Pennsylvania. 

Haughtling Hiram, brakesman, bds. 99 
e. Georgia. 

Hauk John P., moulder. Root's foundry, 
res. 213 s. Alabama. 

Hauk Peter, lab., res. 213 s. Alabama. 

Hauk William E., inmate Deaf and 
Dumb Asylum, res. Torktown, Dela- 
ware CO., Ind. 



Hauks Conrad, turner, Spiegel, Thoms & 
Co., bds. 23 Kentucky av. 

Hauschild Charles, printer, Ben Frank- 
lin office, bds. 59 Hosbrook. 

Havens Anna Mrs., (wid.) Churchill, res. 
457 n. Mississippi. 

Havington Berry, teamster, res. 31 
Daugherty. 

Hawk William V., farmer, res. n. w. cor. 
Forest av. and College av. 

Hawkey Nathan B., brick-mason, res. 
136 Winston. 

Hawkins Francis M., student, North- 
western Christian University, bds. 
e. s. Broadway, bet. Christian av. 
and Forest Home av. 

Hawkins George, porter, 123 s. Merid- 
ian. 

Hawkins Hardress, lab,, res. 124 Black- 
ford. 

Hawkins John, carpenter, 184 Meek. 

Hawkins Mattie A., (wid.) William S., 
res. 89 n. Delaware. 

Hawkins Thomas, barber, 63 s. Illinois, 
res. same. 

Hawkins William M., jr., clerk, Sherman 
House, opposite Union passenger 
depot. 

Hawley P. W. Miss, asst. matron, Insti- 
tute for the Blind, bds. same. 

Hawley L. D. Miss, matron, Institute for 
the Blind, bds. same. 

Hay Campbell, (H. & Co.,) 48 w. Wash- 
ington, bds. Oriental House. 

Hay Lawrence G., receiver, sinking 
fund, res. 21 s, Pennsylvania. 

Hay William, (Morrow, Goodwin & H., ) 
room 3, Vinton blk., res. 222 n. Ten- 
nessee. 

HAY & CO., 

(Campbell H., Edward A. Cobb & 
Ansel B. Denton,) druggists, 48 w. 
Washington, cor. Illinois. 

Hayden Harry, salesman, H. Daily & 
Co., bds. 378 n. Meridian. 

HAYDEN JOHN J., 

general agt. Western Life Insurance 
Co., of Cincinnati, office over 4 w. 
Washington, res. 378 n. Meridian. 

Hayden Nehemiah, clerk, U. S. pension of- 
fice, cor Pennsylvania and Virginia 
av., res. 170 w. Vermont. 

Hayden Warner H., lab., Coburn & Jones, 
bds. 40 Massachusetts av. 

Hayes David, lab., res. 135 Huron. 

Hayes Jonn, lab., rolling mill, res, 124 
s. Meridian. 

Haynes Philip,(H. & Carter,) 40 w. Wash- 
ington, res. 169 n. Illinois. 

Haynes, Thomas, (H. & Suddith,) 107 s. 
Illinois, bds. 79 Massachusetts av. 

Haynes W. H., compositor, Herald Office, 
res. 39 Elm. 



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HAYNES & CARTER, 

(Philip H. & George H. C.,) confec- 
tioners, 40 w. Washington. 
Haynes & Suddith, (Thomas H. & George 

S.,) fish-dealers, 107 s. Illinois. 
Hays E. iM., (H., Rosenthal & Co.,) 64 s. 

Meridian, res. 223 e. Ohio. 
Hays Francis M., teamster,res. 27 Louisa. 
Hays Francis M., inmate Deaf and Dumb 

Asylum, res. Kendallvillej Noble co., 

Ind. 
Hays Isaac C, agt. Union Fire Insurance 

Co., 2 w. Washington, res. 340 n. 

Alabama. 
Hays John, servant," 166 e. Market, 
HAYS, ROSENTHAL & CO., 

(E. M. H., H. R. & Moses R.,) cloth- 
iers, 64 8. Meridian. 
Hays William McC, book-keeper, E. B. 

Tidd & Brc, s. e. cor. Washington 

and Meridian, bds. 351 n. Alabama, 

cor. Walnut. 
Hays Zachara T., inmate Deaf and Dumb 

Asylum, res. Mauckport, Harrison 

CO., Ind. 
HAYWOOD ALFRED, 

manf. artificial limbs, etc., 237 e. 

Washington, res. same. See card, 

page 42. 
Haywood Julius E., professor, Haywood's 

Dancing Academy, res. 68 s. Noble. 
Haywood William, lab., res. 23 Henry. 
Hazelrigg Harvey G., Grand Master, 

Grand Masonic Lodge, res. Lebanon, 

Ind. 
Hazelton William, clerk, pension office, 

cor. Virginia av. and Pennsylvania, 

bds. 36 n. Delaware. 
Hazelworth Philip, slate-roofer, bds. 140 

s. East, 
Hazzard Wiley, propr. Pattison House, 

n. Alabama. 
Hazzard Samuel ?., agt. Baltimore & 

Ohio R. R., bds. 73 w, Maryland. 
Headly Hanna Miss, bds. 37 w, McCarty. 
HEAP AUGUST, 

eteam dye house, 14 s. Pennsylvania, 

res. same. 
Heaf John, dyer, 14 S.Pennsylvania, res, 

181 w. Washington. 
Healy Anna Mrs., (wid.) Jesse, dress- 
maker, res. 35 n. Alabama. 
Healy Dennis, lab., res. 511 s, Tennessee. 
Healy Dennis, lab., res, 248 s. Delaware. 
Healy Jeremiah, hod-carrier, res, 68 

Coburn, 
Healy John, teamster, res. 97 s. New 

Jersey. 
Healy John, works City Gas Works, res. 

243 s, Missouri, 
Healy Oliver, engineei", Ben. Franklin 

ofiice, res. 198 Dougherty, 
Healey Patrick, lab,, bds, 30 Willard. 



FOR 

A GOOD NIGHTS^ REST 

AND A 

SUBSTANTIAL MEAL IN CHICAGO, 

See page vii. 



Heath John, lab., res, 37 Chatham, 

Heathcoat Melissa, rervant, 30 w. Pratt. 

Hebble Hannah Mrs., (H. & Wilson,) 101 
s, Illinois, res. same. 

Hebble J. W,, (H, & Wilson,) res, 101 s, 
Illinois, 

Hebble & Wilson, (Mrs, Hannah H. & 
Mrs. Rebecca W,,) dress-making, 101 
s. Illinois. 

Heber Theodore, salesman, 68 e, Wash- 
ington, res. 145 n. New Jersey. 

Heck George, blabksmith, rolling mill, 
res. first house s. Pogue's run, on Vir- 
ginia av, 

Heckman Christopher, (H. & Sheesley,) 
city mills, cor. Washington and No- 
ble, res. 413 e. Washington. 

Heckman George C, (Rev.,) pastor Third 
Presbyterian church, res. 331 n. 
Pennsylvania. 

HECKMAN & SHEESLEY, 

Christopher H. & Eli S.,) city mills, 
cor. Noble and Washington. 

Hedge S. Q., inmate Deaf and Dumb 
Asylum, res. North Salem, Hendricks 
CO , Ind. 

Hedges Elijah, foreman, 39 n. Illinois, 
res. same. 

Hedges Isaac, inspector of distilled spir- 
its, 6th district, office room 15 p, o. 
bldg,, res. Perry township. 

Hedges James, carpenter, res. 140 n. Ten- 
nessee. 

Heddrick George, cabinet-maker, Cabi- 
net-Makers' Union, res, 231 n. Noble, 

Heddrick Peter, sawyer, Cabinet-Makers' 
Union, res, 231 n. Noble, 

Hedrick John, machinist, Spiegel, Thorns 
& Co., res. 120 n. Noble. 

Hefernan Anne Mrs., (wid.) John, res, 
490 s. West. 

Hegerty C, boiler-maker. Sinker & Co, 

Held Frederick, butcher shop,59 n. Noble, 
res. one mile e. Deaf and Dumb 
Asylum. 

Heidenrich Christ., tailor, bds, 128 Huron, 

Heidlinger John A,, manf. and dealer in 
cigars and tobacco, 3 Palmer House, 
w. Washington, res, 14 n. Missis- 
sippi, 

Heigle Christian, weaver, Merritt & 
Coughlen, res. 53 w. Pearl. 



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Heigman Mathias, sampler, 63 s. Penn- 
sylvania, res. same. 

Heim John, (Coughran, Jennings & H.,) 
res. 149 e. Washington. 

Heime Henry, shoe-maker, 32 e. Wash- 
ington, res. 304 Virginia av. 

Heinbuch George, sawyer, Cabinet-Ma- 
kers' Union, res. 287 n. Noble 

Heiner John, engineer, 146 b. Pennsyl- 
vania, res. 255 s. Alabama. 

HEISKELI. WILLIAM L., 

dentist, rooms 10 and 11 Eden's blk., 
e. Market, bds. Pyle House. See card 
page 10. 

HEITKAM G: H., 

merchant tailor and gents' furnisher. 
8 w. Washington, res. 69 n. Liberty. 

Heitkam Henry, barber, res. 35 cor. South 
and Delaware. 

Heitkam John, Cabinet-Makers' Union, 
res. 112 n. Winston. 

Heitz Barbara, raantau-maker, bds. 62 
Hosbrook. 

Heizer Charles, bar-tender, 176 e. Wash- 
ington, res. same. 

HEIZER CYRUS C, 

township trustee for Center town- 
ship, office Langsdale's blk., n. Del- 
aware, res. e. Washington, e. of city 
limits. 

Held Darius, machinist, Eagle Machine 
Works, bds, California House. 

Helgenbach William", porter, 149 s. Meri- 
dian, res. n. Mississippi. 

Helm Edwin, moulder, Eagle Machine 
Works, bds. Mrs. Coen's, s. Missis- 
sippi. 

Helle Louis, house and sign painter, res. 
248 s. Pennsylvania. 

Heller Jacob, tinner, 56 and 58 e. Wash- 
ington, bds. Pattison House. 

Helm Adam, carpenter, res. 296 n. Lib- 
erty. 

Helm Henry, stone-mason, res. 329 e. 
New York. 

Helm John, grocer, 272 Winston, res 
same. 

Helms Lewis, (Kilgore & H.,) bds. cor. 
Market and Illinois. 

Helms Thomas M., foreman, Spiegel, 
Thorns & Co., res. 105 n. Noble. 

Helms William I., brick-mason, bds. Ray 
House. 

Hellmann William, lab., res. 225 s. Me- 
ridian. 

Hellmich John, lab., res. 347 n. New 
Jersey. 

Helmig George, baker, 314 n. New Jer- 
sey, bds. same. 

Helwig Amelia, servant, 398 n. New Jer- 
sey. 

Helwig Charles, (H., Roberts & Co.,) res. 
116 n. Alabama. 



FOR 

BOOTSand SHOES CHEAP, 

GO TO THE 

NE'W YORK SHOE STORE, 

GLENNS' BLOCK, 



HELWIG, ROBERTS & CO., 

(Charles H., John R, & Theodore 
Wachs,) furniture manfs, and deal- 
ers, lumber yard s, w, cor. New 
York and Canal, mills n. e. cor. New 
York and Canal, wareroom 117 e. 
Washington. 

Heman Henry, butcher, res, 558 e. Wash- 
ington. 

Hememing Christian, jr., clerk, res. 283 
s. Delaware. 

Henchen Fanny Miss, student, German 
College, bds. 252 e. South. 

Henchen Mary Henrietta Miss, student, 
German College, bds. 252 e. South. 

Henderson Helen, student, Indiana Fe- 
male College, cor. Meridian and New 
York. 

Henderson Mary Miss, servant, 225 s. 
New Jersey. 

Henderson William, spoke-turner, Os- 
good & Smith, res, 69 e. McCarty. 

Henderson William, prest. Indianapolis 
Insurance Co., res. 134 n. Meridian. 

Hendricks Abram W., (H., Hord & H.,) 
24^ e. Washington, res. 25 e. Ohio. 

Hendricks Andrew, lab., res. Douglas, 
bet. Market and w. Washington. 

Hendricks Charles, lab., res. 123 w. Mar- 
ket. 

HENDRICKS, EDMUNDS & CO 
(V. K. H., W. M. E. & T. S Stone,) 
jobbers in boots and shoes, 56 s. Me- 
ridian. 

HENDRICKS, HORD & HEN- 
DRICKS, (Thomas A. H., Kscar B. 
H. & Abram W, H,,) lawyers, 24^ e. 
Washington. 

Hendricks James C, journeyman car- 
penter, res, 202 Blake. 

Hendricks Thomas, salesman, Stewart & 
Morgan, bds. 265 n. Illinois. 

Hendricks Thomas A., (H., Hord & H.,) 
24| e. Washington, res. one-third of 
a mile s. from end of East. 

Hendricks V. K., (H., Edmunds & Co.,) 
56 s. Meridian, res. 420 n. Illinois. 

Hendricks Henry, blacksmith, Indiana- 
polis Agricultural Works, bds. s. e. 
cor. Market and Circle. 

Hennesy Daniel, night foreman, gas 
house, res. 140 s. Delaware. 



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Quarterly Eeport of Eemovals, 

See Blank Pages in back of Book. 



A ISTEW IDEA OF LOGAN'S. 



Hennesy Patrick, lab., res. 224 Union. 
Hennesy Daniel, works gas factory, res. 

276 8. Alabama. 
Hennesy John, teamster, res. 97 s. New 

Jersey. 
Henning Gottleib F., clerk, p. c, res. 

Wabash, bet. Liberty and Noble. 
Henninger E., (G. & E. H.,) res. 398 n. 

West. 
Henninger G., (G. & E. II.,) res. 398 n. 

West. 
Henninger G. & E., grocery store, 109 s. 

Illinois. 
Henninger Theodore, printer, Ben. 

Franklin office, res. 41 Bradshaw. 
HENRIE JOHN W., 

supt. Depot Dining Hall, w. e. Union 

depot, res. same. 
Henry Alfred, boiler-maker, Sinker & 

Co. 
Henry John, spoke finisher, res. 286 s. 

East. 
Henry John, stone-mason, bds. 103 w. 

South. 
Henry Joseph, carpenter, res. 307 s. 

Pennsylvania. 
Henry Joseph, lab., res. terminus n. 

Pennsylvania. 
Henry Lawrence, lab., res. 286 s. East. 
Henry Marshall G., printer, Herald 

office, res. 73 s. Noble. 
Henry Peter, watchman, Osgood, Smith 

& Co., res. 282 e. South. 
Henshaw Jeremiah, (col.,) lab., res. 81 s. 

Missouri. 
Hensler Henry, grocer, 301 Massachu- 
setts av., res. same. 
Hensly James, lab., res. 55 Decota. 
Henson Hiram, painter, bds. Boston 

Bakery. 
HERALD DAILY & WEEKLY, 

(Democratic,) Herald Co., proprs. 

and publishers, Lafe Develin, editor. 

Herald bldg., 16J e. Washington. 
Herd Clara C. Mrs., (wid.) Daniel B., 

boarding house, 144 n. Tennessee. 
Hei'd Eugene, bds 144 n. Tennessee. 
Hereth Adam, carpenter, res. 474 n. Ala- 
bama. 
Hereth Adam, (J. C. Hereth & Bro.,) bds. 

105 n. Alabama. 
Hereth Peter P., carpenter, res. 64 Bates. 



Hereth George, journeyman carpenter, 
res. 263 n. East. 

Hereth John C, (J. C. H. & Bro.,) res. 
105 n. Alabama. 

HERETH J. C. & BRO., 

(John C. & Adam Hereth,) saddle 
and harness-makers, and dealers in 
saddlery hardware and harness trim- 
mings, 24 n. Delaware. See card. 

HERETH J. C. & CO., 

(John C. Adam H., E. J. Morris, 
J. M. Wand & J. K, Langsdale,) 
proprs. Dr. Hartman's Safety Bridle 
and Lines, 24 n. Delaware, p. o. box 
744. 

Hereth Philip, harness-maker, J. C. 
Hereth & Bro., bds. Pattison House, 
n. Alabama. 

Herkimer J. D., supt. T. H. & L R. R., 
bds. Bates House. 

Herman Tgnus, foreman, Evens' Oil Mill, 
res. 272 Union. 

Hermann Gustav, (Cabinet-maker's Un- 
ion.) res. n. Winston. 

Hermann Jacob F., undertaker, 26 s. 
Delaware, res. 272 e. Market. 

Hermann John, (Cabinet-maker's Union,) 
res. 124 n. Winston. 

Hermening Christian, sen., grocer, 283 
s. Delaware, res. same. 

Hermon Charles, shoe-maker, res. 40 Hu- 
ron. 

Herod James, (col.,) bds. 75 s. Missouri. 

Herpalsheimer Charles, pastor, St. Paul's 
Lutheran German Church, 284 e. 
Georgia, res. alley, bet. Liberty and 
East. 

Herritt Elizabeth, dress-maker, 185 e. 
Washington, res. 472 n. Alabama. 

Herrith Henry, carpenter, Union Planing 
Mill, res. 243 w. New York. 

Herron Frederick M., (McLene & H., ) 1 
Bates House, res. 416 n. Illinois. 

Herron MoUie Miss, dress-maker, bds. 30 
n. Delaware. 

Hert William, saloon, 250 n. Noble, res. 
same. 

Herwood George, collar-maker, J. C. Her- 
eth & Bro., res. 93 n. Delaware. 

Hespelt Charles, baker, 314 n. New Jer- 
sey, bds. same. 

Hess Augustus, baker, res. 475 s. Illinois. 

Hess Augustus E., book-binder, 17 W. 
Maryland, bds. 128 w. Ohio. 

Hess Casper, machinist. Sinker & Co. 

HESS CHARLES, 

principal Indiana Normal Academy 
of Music, 253 s. Meridian, office 35 
e. Washington, res. 263 s. Meridian. 
See card, page 110. 

Hess Gustavua, baker, res. 126 w. Ohio. 

Hess H. W., engineer, I. & C. R. R., bds. 
Ray House. 



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HESS JAMES W., 

(Jones, Davis & Co.,) 3 Odd Fel- 
low's Hall, res. 385 n. Illinois. 

Hess Mary Miss, bds. Hess' Academy of 
Music. 

Hess Sebastian, lab., res. 505 n. Illinois. 

He^selbard C, lafe. C. & I. C. Freight 
Depot. 

Hessling Bernet, tailor, J. & P. Gram- 
ling, res. 225 n. Winston. 

HESTER W. W., 

asst. Physician Insane Asylum, Na- 
tional rd., two miles west of city, 
res. same. 

Heston Hugh, (col.,)'lab., res. 179 Eddy. 

Heston Thomas, (col.,) lab., res. 179 
Eddy. 

Hetherington Anna Miss, forewoman, 46 
s. Hlinois, res. 200 Blake. 

Hetherington Benjamin F., propr. Ma- 
chine Works, 189 s. Pennsylvania, 
res. 264 s. Pennsylvania. 

Hetherington Christopher, lab., res. 200 
Bates. 

Hetselgesser Lucian, (H. & Wiggs,) bds. 
198 s. Illinois. 

Hetselgesser Samuel, res. 595 e. Wash- 
Washington. 

Hetselgesser & Wiggs, (Lucian W. H. & 
Wheeler W.,) groceries and produce, 
n. w. cor. Illinois and South. 

HEWES CHARLES W., 

(Rev.) prest. Indianapolis Female 
Institute, n. e. cor. Pennsylvania 
and Meridian, res. same. 

Hewes William C, machinist, Bellefon- 
taine car shop, res. 25 Biddle. 

Hewn Charles, planer, Spiegle, Thorns 
& Co., res. 160 n. Liberty. 

Hewett William, foreman, harness-shop, 
17 Virginia av., res. Haren. 

Hewlings Margaret Mrs,, (wid.) Abner, 
res. 161 High. 

Henschen Charles, grocei', res. 24 w. 
McCarty. 

Heymann Herman, clerk, 41 s. Dela- 
ware, res. 18 8. Mississippi, 

Heymann & Schwabacker, (Henry H. & 
Joseph S.,) distillers and jobbers in 
Wines and Liquors, 41 s. Delaware. 

Hiatt Albert, carpenter, 180 w. Market, 
res. e. side Douglass, bet. New York 
and Vermont. 

Hiatt Calvin M., inmate Deaf and Dumb 
Asylum, res. Westfield, Hamilton co. 
Ind. 

Hiatt Lewis, student. Commercial Col- 
lege, bds. cor. New Jersey and 
North. 

Hiatt Naomi S., inmate Deaf and Dumb 
Asylum, res. Westfield, Hamilton co. 
Ind. 

Hibler William, lab., res. 350 Spring. 



A Substantial Fire Insurance Company. 

THE CINCINNATI HOME. 

C. M. RANSOM, Secretary. ' 
E. B. TIDD & BRO, Agents. 

See statement, page 34. 



Hibbard Horace W., general freight agt., 
T. H. & I. R. R., res. 235 e. Michi- 
gan. 

Hibben James S., (H. Tarkington & Co.,) 
112 s. Meridian, res. n. Tennessee. 

HIBBEK", TARKIIYGTON & 
CO., (James S. H., William C. T., 
Coleman B. Patterson & VVillis S. 
Webb,) jobbers in Dry Goods and 
Notions, 112 s. Meridian. 

Hickey John, lab., res. 23 Willard. 

Hickey Jos., stone-cutter, res. 30 Grant. 

Hickman J. W., clerk, 151 w. Washing- 
ton, res. 1 8. Mississippi. 

Hickman William, nurse City Hospital, 
res. same. 

Hicks Don C, journeyman carpenter, 
res. e. side Broadway, bet. Christian 
av. and Forest Home av. 

Hicks Joseph M., patent-wright agt., res. 
175 Eddy. 

Hiderlin Frank, moulder. Terra Cotta 
Works, bds. California House. 

Hieam John, retired, res. 553 e. Wash- 
ington. 

Hieber Theodore, clerk, Quak.er Store, 
res. 145 n. New Jersey. 

Hiebler William, varnisher, Spiegel, 
Thoms & Co., 350 n. Spring. 

Hiebner Henry, architect, res. 346 n. 
Noble. 

Hiem Jacob, butcher, res. 553 e. ^Yash- 
ington. 

Hiesler Jacob, night-wiper, I., C. & L. 
R. R., res, 327 e. Georgia. 

Higdon William, carpenter, res. 546 Vir- 
ginia av. 

HIGGINS C. B., 

agt. American Express Co., Union 
Depot, res. 337 s. Meridian. • 

Higgins Charles J., traveling salesman, 
Asher & Adams, bds. 187 e. Ohio. 

Higgins Jonathan J., carpenter, res. 470 
s. Illinois. 

Higgins Mary, chambermaid, Depot Din- 
ing Hall, res. same. 

Higgins Thomas, lab., res. 327 s. Dela- 
ware. 

Higgins William B., silve-plater, res. 150 
Huron. 

Higgins William W., paper-hanger. Roll 
& Smith, res. 40 s. Illinois. 



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I Tsr i> I A. N ^^ 




No. 263 SOUTH MERIDIAN STREET, 

Office, Wo. 35 East Washington Street, Indianapolis. 



CHARLES HESS, PRINCIPAL. 



Eev, 0. A. BURGESS. 

eev. henry day, D. D. 

Rev. GEORGE C. HECKMAN. 

Mk. J. H. KAPPES. 

Mk. JUDSON R. OSGOOD. 

Mb. E. SHARPE. 

Col. S. VANCE. 



Mr. H. L. BENHAM. 
Me. CHARLES N. TODD. 



BOAKD OP VISITOKS. 

Mr. J. A. BUTTERFIELD. 

Rev. H. a. EDSON. 

Rev. F. C. HOLLIDAY, D. D. 

Mr. E. C. MAYHEW. 

Mr. THOMAS H. SHARPE. 

Mr. J. M. TILFORD. 

BOARD OF EXAMINERS. 

Mb. S. C. HANNA. 
Mb. E. SHARPE. 



Mr. H. L. BENHAM. 
Rev. E. F. FLETCHER. 
Mb. SAMUEL C. HANNA. 
Rev. J. H. NIXON. 
Mr. J. K. SHARPE. 
Mr. CHARLES N. TODD. 
Mb. a. G. WILLARD. 



Mb. J. H. KAPPES. 
Col. S. VANCE. 



BOARD OP INSTRUCTORS. 

CHARLES HESS, Principal. 

CHARLES M. a. HESS, Teacher of Piano, Harmony and Composition. 

Miss MARY STOUTEMEYER, Teacher of the Piano and Guitar. 

MiSB EMMA WESSELHOEFT, Teacher of the Piano and Cultivation of the Voice. 

Miss ADELA THOMAS, Teacher of the Piano. 



In this School, all branches belonging to a thorough musical education, are taught, 
from the first rudiments to the highest degrees. 



Per quarter Per session 

EXPENSES-TUITION. of of 

10 weeks. 20 weeks. 

Normal Department $30 00 $50 00 

Academic 25 00 40 00 

Preparatory 15 00 25 00 

Graduating and Diploma 15 00 

PRFV^ATE LESSONS. 

Private lessons in any branch, except the organ 30 00 50 00 

On the Organ, including lessons in Harmony and Composition 36 00 60 00 

Instruction in classes, (free to our regular students.) 

To scholars pursuing no other study in our Academy: 

In Elementary Singing 3 00 5 00 

In Vocalization 6 00 10 00 

In Harmony and Composition 12 50 20 00 

EXTRAS. 

Board, including fuel, light and furnished room... 80 00 140 00 

Use of Piano, one hour daily 4 00 7 50 

Use of Piano, for each additional hour 4 00 7 50 

FOR THE SUMMER TERM. 

Preparatory $12 00 

Academic 20 00 

Normal 24 00 

For catalogues for further particulars, apply to the Principal, at the office of the Academy, No. 35 East 
Washington Street, up-stairs, during office hours, (9 to 12 and 3 to 5,) or address. Lock Box 15, Indi- 
anapolis, Indiana. 

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Ill 



Hight William, planer, Helwig, Roberts 
& Co., res. 540 w. North. 

Hild August, machinist, Spiegle^ Thorns 
& Co., res. 186 Davidson. 

Hilderbrand Clayton S., salesman, 1 
Bates House, res. 51 Massachusetts 
av. 

Hilderbrand George W., bar-tender, 40 
w. Louisiana, bds. same. 

Hilderbrand Henry, journeyman carpen- 
ter res. 26 Chatham. 

Hilderbrand Henry, (H. & Henschen,) 
res. 322 n. Delaware. 

HILDERBRAND & HENSCH- 
EN, (Henry R.r& William H.,) car- 
penters and builders, shop 226 e. 
Walnut. 

Hilderbrand Jacob, hardware dealer, res. 
51 Madison av. 

Hilderbrand J. S., (J. H. Vajen & Co.,) 
21 w. Washington, res. 51 Madison 
av. 

Hilderbrand John, stone-cutter, res. 35 
Bates. 

Hildeth William, foundryman, res. 206 e. 
Ohio. 

Hiles Aaron, brick-mason, res. McCar- 
thy's addition. 

Hiles Henry, carpenter, res. 240 Indiana 
av. 

Hilgemeir Christian, (Hilgemeir & Co.,) 
res. 85 Wyoming. 

HILGEMEIR & CO., 

(Christian H. & Richard Megge,) 
grocers and produce dealers, 367 s. 
Delaware, cor. McCarty. 

Hilkenback William, clerk, 45 e. Wash- 
ington, res. 434 n. Mississippi. 

Hilkene Henry, harness-maker, Reyer & 
Thorns, bds. 109 e. Washington. 

Hilker Henry, gardener. Institute for 
the Blind, bds same. 

Hilkert Henry, gardener, res. 122 e. St. 
Joseph. 

Hilkine Jacob, driver, Cincinnati Bakery, 
res. 361 s. Delaware. 

Hill August, lab., res. 287 Davidson. 

HILL & CARTER, 

(col.,) (John F. H. & Edward C.) 
Barbers and Hairdressers, 14 Bates 
House. See card page 114, 

Hill Ellison C, (H. & Vinnedge,) 3 w. 
Washington, res. 477 n. Meridian. 

Hill Fannie, (col.,) servant, 199 e. Wash- 
ington. 

Hill George W., (Hill & Wingate.) res. 
110 s. East. 

Hill Harrison, (col.,) lab., res. 108 Ash. 

Hill H. J., student Commercial College, 
res. 263 n. East. 

Hill Henry J., telegraph operator, res. 9 
Vine. 

Hill Nathan, hostler, 16 n. Pennsylvania. 



THE 

BERKSHIRE LIFE 

IS AN 

Established Oompany, doing a Safe Business. 
See page 26, 



Hill H. C, millwright, 132 s. Pennsylva- 
nia, res. Columbus, Ind. 

Hill James, grocer, 346 w. Washington, 
res. same. 

Hill James, (col.,) barber, 14 Bates 
House, res. 311 n. Alabama. 

Hill John F., (John F. H. & Co.,) res. 84 
n. Alabama. 

Hill John F., (col.,) (H. & Carter,) 14 
Bates House, res. 311 n. Alabama. 

Hill Matson, book-keeper, Reynolds & 
Holliday, 13 s. Meridian, bds. Pyle 
House, n. Meridian. 

Hill Rusnel, farmer, res. 216 S.Delaware. 

Hill Samuel, printer, Journal office, res. 
129 n. Illinois. 

Hill & Vinnedge, (Ellson C. H. & George 
W. V.,) boot and shoe, 3 w. Wash- 
ington. 

Hill William 0., salesman, 49 s. Meridian, 
res. 40 n. Pennsylvania. 

HILL & WINGATE, 

(George W. H. & William L. W.,) 
planing mill and lumber yard, s. e. 
cor. Georgia and East. 

Hillman Charles, carpenter,res. 34 Water. 

Hillman Charles, carpenter. Eagle Ma- 
chine Works, res. 133 e. Merrill. 

Hillman Frederick, checkman, I. P. & C. 
R. R., res. 36 Water. 

Hillman John, lab., res. 238 Union. 

Hillman William, grocer, s. w. cor. Vir- 
ginia av. and McCarty, res. 38 
Water, 

Hillman William, (Krager & H.J res. 44 
Western av. 

Hills Lucien, general freight agt. Belle- 
fontaine R. R., res. 208 n. Illinois. 

Hilt Franklin, coach-blacksmith, res. 159 
Spring. 

Hiltebrand J. M., boarding house, 88 s. 
Meridian, res. same. 

Hiltebrand William H, stone-cutter, res. 
28 w. Rose. 

Hilton William W., lab., res. 367 n. East. 

Him Charles H., cooper, res. 335 w. Mary- 
land. 

HINCHMAN & BURNS, 

(Jesse G. H. & John B.,) real estate 
and general collecting agts., room 3 
Talbott & New's blk., n. Pennsyl- 
vania. 



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McCKEEKY & FAY'S 

HOUSE-FUPtNISHING EMPORIUM 

AN 
For List see pages 38 and 150. 



Hiuchman Jesse G., (H. & Burns,) room 
3 Talbott & New's blk., n. Pennsyl- 
vania, res. 280 n. Mississippi. 

HINCKLEY DAVID J., 

auditor Bellefontaine R. R., bds. 
Oriental House. 

Hindley Robert, porter, Hoosier Woolen 
Factory. 

Hindman Sarah Mrs., res. 72 w. Mary- 
laud. 

Hinds Jesse, contractor, res. 452 n, Del- 
aware. 

Hinds Patrick D., grocer, res. 483 e. 
Georgia. 

Hineman Christopher, lab., res. 21 n. New 
Jersey. 

Hines Kate, laundress, Institute for the 
Blind, bds. same. 

Hines Charles W., delivery boy, 44 n. 
Pennsylvania, res. 160 n. Liberty, 

HINES CYRUS C, 

Judge Marion civil circuit court, 
office Langsdale's blk., n. Delaware, 
opp. court house, 

Hines Henry, (col.,) lab., res. terminus 
Indiana av, 

Hines Jesse, brick-mason, res. 48 Cherry. 

HINESLEY WILLIAM, 

livery and sale stables, 37 w. Pearl, 
res. 469 n, Tennessee. 

Hinesley & Wood, (William H. & Enos 
W.,) livery and sale stable, 23 w. 
Pearl. 

Hinf Valentine, expressman, res. 140 n. 
Davidson. 

Hinkle Christopher, spinner, Merritt & 
Coughlen, w, Washington. 

Hinkle Henry, blacksmith, 100 Indiana 
av., bds. 228 w. First. 

Hinkley Oliver W., book-keeper, 49 e, 
Washington, bds. E. Browning, Vir- 
ginia av. 

Hinniger M., machinist. Sinker & Co. 

Hinsdale D, 0., operator, W. U. Telegraph 
office, bds. Pattison House. 

Hinsdale & Quimby, (Emma H. & H, N. 
Q.,) milliners and dress-makers, 42 
s. Illinois. 

Hinsdale Emma, (H. & Quimby,) res, 42 
8. Illinois. 

Hinschen William IL, (H. & H.,) res. 
252 e. South. 



Hinsley John, lab., res. 7 Ellsworth. 
Hinton Emma, (wid.) William, res. 36 

Rose. 
Hinton James S. (col.,) lab., res. 229 n. 

West. 
Hippard George S., salesman, Bowen, 

Stewart & Co., res. 105 w. Vermont, 
Hippard Mary Ann, (wid,) res. 104 w. 

Vermont. 
Hire Charles, switchman, Jeffersonville 

depot, res. 317 s. Pennsylvania. 
Hire Francis, switchman, res. alley bet. 

s. Liberty and East. 
Hirst Herbert, works saw factory, res. n. 

e. cor. New York and Davidson. 
Hiser Elizabeth, (^wid.) Edward, res. 479 

n. New Jersey. 
Hiser Henry, plasterer, res. 350 n. Noble. 
Hiser Thomas, teamster, res. 319 n. East. 
Hisey Allen, (H. & McCaw,) carpenter 

and builder, opp. Oriental House, 

bds. Globe House. 
Hitchcock Alexander, lab., res. 186 e. St, 

Joseph. 
Hitchcock Henry, printer, Downey & 

Brouse, res. 6 Madison av. 
Hitchcock John, lab., Carey & Co., bds, 

Nagle House. 
Hitchen Theodore, book-keeper, 146 s. 
I Pennsylvania,res. 267 s. New Jersey. 

HITCHENS JOHN, 

horse shoer, 44e. Maryland, res. 321 

n. Liberty. See card page 58. 
Hittle Henry, coach-painter, 26 e. Geor- 
gia, res. 183^ "w. New York. 
Hoafgen Emanuel, billiard hall, 3d floor, 

48 s. Meridian, bds. 171 Indian av. 
Hoagland J. B., messenger, Adams Ex- 
press Co., 12 e. Washington. 
Hoahan William, hostler, 25 and 27 e. 

Pearl, bds. Collins House. 
Hooker Edmund M. B., printer, Herald 

Co., res. 276 s. Illinois. 
Hoarer Alexander F., clerk, p. c, res. 258 

s. Noble. 
Hobbs & Bare, (J. H. & L. B.,) saddlers, 

248 w. Washington. 
Hobbs James, (H. & Bare,) harness-ma- 
ker, res. 248 w. Washington. 
Hobbs Solomon, res. 384 n. West. 
Hobbs Thomas, teamster, res. 68 Bicking. 
Hobbs William, engineer, I. & C. R. R., 

bds. Ray House. 
Hodapp William, piano-maker, bds. Hahn 

House. 
Hodges Ambrose, journeyman carpenter, 

ress. 267 Davidson. 
HODGES JAMES A., 

actor. Metropolitan Theater, res. 127 

Huron. 
HODGSON ISAAC, 

architect and supt., Wiley's blk., n. 

Pennsylvania, res. 438 n. Illinois. 



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113 



Hodler Gotleib, porter, 26 s. Meridian, 
res. 99 w. McCarty. 

Hoefler August, varnisher, 159 and 161 
e. Washington, res. South, near Cal- 
ifornia, 

Hofacker Charles, baker, 112 s. Meridian, 
res. same. 

Hofecker Godlove, boots and shoes, 317 
e. Washington, res. same. 

Hofer George, shoe-maker, res, 493 s. 
Tennessee. 

Hoff Frederick, lab., res. 159 Union. 

Hoff Lewis, lab., res. 404 s. Missouri. 

Hoffeld Rudolph, cigars and tobacco, 11 
n. Pennsylvania; res. 126 Virginia 
av. 

Hoflfman Casper, blacksmith, res. 534 n. 
Alabama. 

Hoffman Henry, boots and shoes. 111 s. 
Illinois, res. same.. 

Hoffman John H., tannery, 268 e. Wash- 
ington, res. same. 

Hoffman Lewis, cash boy. New York 
store, res. 534 n. Alabama. 

Hoffman M., machinist. Sinker & Co., res. 
131 Bluff rd. 

Hoffman Valentine, lab., res. 110 s. Noble. 

Hoffman William, harness-maker, J. C. 
Hereth & Bro., res. 263 e. Washing- 
ton, 

Hoffmire Fred., driver, M. U. Express 
Co., res. 245 n. Liberty. 

Hoffmire Henry, tailor, res. 195 ii. Lib- 
erty. 

Hoffmire William, deliveryman, Ameri- 
can Express Co., res. 199 n. East. 

Hoffrogge Joseph, machinist, B. F. Haugh 
& Co., res. 139 w. Maryland. 

Hofland John, wood-turner, Helwig, Rob- 
erts & Co., res. Indiana av., near 
toll gate. 

Hoffmeister Nicholas, grocer, 150 n. No- 
ble, res. same. 

Hcgan Johanna, chambermaid. Institute 
for the Blind, bds. same. 

Hogan Joseph W., boot and shoe-maker, 
76 e. South, bds. Jefferson House. 

Hogel R. Mrs., artist, res. 94 e. Wash- 
ington. 

Hogerty Michael, stone-cutter, res. 225 
Virginia av. 

Hogle Samuel M., wagon-maker, res. 94 
e. Washington. 

Hohl Christopher G., book-keeper, 25 s. 
Meridian, res. 18 s. Delaware. 

Holbrook H. C, (Elliott, Ryan & Co.,) 48 
s. Meridian, res. 314 w. New York. 

Holbrook Preston, salesman, 9 Odd Fel- 
lows Hall, bds. n. Pennsylvania, s. 
w. cor. New York. 

Holbrook Thomas E., res. 242 n. Illinois. 

Holdumar John M., salesman, H. Dau- 
mont & Co., bds. 228 w. Maryland. 



GROVER & BAKER 

SEWING MACHINES, 

THOMAS M. COCHRANE, Agent, 

Ho. 21 EAST WASHINGT02T STREET, 
INDIANAPOLIS. 



Holdzkom Charles, whip-maker, James 
Sulgrove & Son, res. cor. New York 
and Indiana av. 

Holekana Ernest, lab., bds. Nagle House, 

Holer Philip, lab., res. 205 n. N^oble. 

Holl William H., driver, Spiegle, Thorns 
& Co., res. Wabash, bet. New Jersey 
and East. 

Holland Charles W., lab., res. 115 n. 
Missouri. 

Holland John, carpenter, res. 303 s. Del- 
aware. 

Holland John W., (H., Ostermeyer & Co.) 
76 e. Washington, res. 112 n. Penn- 
sylvania. 

HOLLAISTD, OSTERMEYER & 
CO., (John W. H. & Frederick 0.,) 
wholesale grocers and tea dealers. 76 
e. Washington. 

Holland Rebecca, (wid.) George, res. 126 
w. Sixth. 

Holland Theodore, book-keeper, 76 e. 
Washington, res. 383 n. Illinois. 

Holland Thomas, lab., C. & I. C. freight 
depot. 

Hollar George, plaster, res. James. 

Hollar Philip, stone-mason, res. 349 n. 
Noble. 

Hollar Thomas, lab., res. 158 Meek. 

Hollaran Dennis, lab., bds. 15 Bates. 

Holle Henry, boiler-maker, res. 26 Bick- 
ing. 

HoUenback John S., painter, bds. 149 e. 
Washington. 

Hollenback William H., (DeTurk & H,,) 
res. 149 e. Washington, 

HOLLENBECK & BRADLEY, 
(C. E. H. & J. Ward B.,) proprs. of 
the Bryant & Stratton Business Col- 
lege and Telegraphic Institute, s. e. 
cor. Washington and Meridian. 

Hollenbeck C. Edwin, (H. & Bradley,) s. 
e. cor. Washington and Meridian, 
bds. n, w. cor. Alabama and New 
York. 

Holler William, cabinet-maker, 87 e. 
Washington, res. beyond city limits. 

Holliday Cort F., (Reynolds & H.,) 13 s. 
Meridian, res. 131 n. Meridian. 

Holliday Elias G., attorney, notary pub- 
lic and claim agt., 18 s. Meridian, 
res. 296 Virginia av. 



(.8) 



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114 LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 



BEER SALOON AND BOWLING ALLEY. 



Choicest Wines and Brands of Cigars 

ALWAYS ON HAND, BY 

CONRAD SPONSEL, 

No. ^31 SOUTH DELA^VARE STREET. 

FASHIONABLE BARBER 

AND 

HAIR DRESSING SALOON, 

N. E. Cor. Washington and Meridian Streets, under State Bank, 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 

Dr. Franklin's on hand like a thousand of brick, 
And will take off your beard or hair very quick j 
He will give to the face the best polish of art, 
"Without pain or scratch or least semblance of smart. 

HILL & OJLE/TBie.'S 

FASHIONABLE HAIR DRESSING 

SHAVING SALOON AND BATH ROOMS, 

No. 14 BATES HOUSE BLOCK, 
IsTOHXK ILLIlSrOIS STREET, I]VIDI^I«^^r*OLIS, IND. 

NEW MEAT MARKET, 

No. 198 North Mississippi Street, 

JOHN K,IOOS, I^roprietor. 

Has constantly on hand a good supply of SALT AND FRESH MEATS, and every- 

thing usually kept in a first class meat market, at the lowest 

living rates. CALL AND SEE. 



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Holliday Fernandez C, minister, res. 131 
n. Meridian. 

Holliday Gideon, agt. Munson's Lightning 
Rod, res. 163 n. Tennessee. 

Holliday J. Dancan, salesman, 59 s. Me- 
ridian, bds. 241 n. Meridian. 

Holliday John, res. 242 n. Alabama. 

Holliday Wilbur F., (Reynolds & H.,) 13 
s. Meridian, res. 131 n. Meridian. 

Holliday William J., (W. J. H. & Co., 
Murphy, Johnston & Co.,) 59 s. Me- 
ridian, res. 241 n. Meridian. 

Holliday William A. Mrs., (wid.,) res. 
242 n. Alabama. 

Hollihaa Jeremfiah, works City Gas 
Works, res. 44 JElizabeth. 

Hollingsworth Seth, propr. Carlisle 
House livery stable, bds. Nagle 
Honse. 

Holloway Henry C, (Foster, H. & Co.,) 
cor. Virginia av. and Delaware, bds. 
Bates House. 

HOLLOWAY WILLIAM R., 
(Douglass & Conner,) managing edi- 
tor Daily and Weekly Journal, office 
Journal bldg., e. Market, res. 287 n. 
Alabama. 

Hollowell Amos, (Newsom & H.) 

HoUowell Edwin, capitalist, res. 126 
Blackford. 

Hollweg Louis, salesman, 37 s. Meridian, 
bds. 58 s. Pennsylvania. 

Holly & Schrader, manfs. boots and shoes, 
191 w. Washington. 

Holly Theodore, (H, & Schrader,) res. 61 
Blake. 

Holly Leet, shoe-maker, res. 61 Blake. 

Holman Erastus, photographic printer, 
Talbott & New's blk., bds. 87 Ken- 
tucky av. 

Holman George C, produce and com. 
mer., 6 Bates House, res. Western 
av., out city limits, 3d house w. s. 

Holman James, lawyer, res. 33 Bradshaw. 

Holman Merritt S., (Brown & H.,) 59 w. 
Washington, bds. 65 w. Washington. 

HOLMES ANDREW J., 

secy. Indiana State Board of Agri- 
culture, office State House, w. Wash- 
ington, res. Rochester, Ind. 

Holmes Henry A., mason, res. 64 s. Cali- 
fornia. 

Holmes Robert, inmate Deaf and Dumb 
Asylum, res. Connersville, Fayette 
CO., Ind. 

Holsbacher Augustus, cigar-maker, 141 
s. Illinois, res. 118 Bluff rd. 

Holsker Benjamin, lab., C. & I. C. freight 
depot. 

Holsker H., lab., C. & I. C. freight depot. 

Holstein Charles L., lawyer and notary 
public, 24^ e. Washington, bds. Mrs. 
Furgason, w. Market. 



YOU GET COMFOETABLE 

aUARTEllS IN DAYTON 

ATTHK 

I^HILILiII^S HOXJSE. 

See statement, page 102. 



HOLT JOHN B., 

carpenter, res. 37 Blake. 
Holtorf John, money clerk, Ametican and 

U. S. Express Cos., 34 e. Washing- 
ton, bds. Pyle House, n. Meridian. 
Holtzerman Louis, salesman, 29 w. Wash- 
ington, res. 174 Madison av. 
Holtznart Gottlob. blacksmith shop, cor. 

Tinker and Westfield pike. 
Honian Jeremiah, cistern-maker, 64 s. 

Alabama, res. same. 
Homberger Christian, carpenter, res. cor. 

Jackson and Vine. 
Homburgh William, marble-worker, 69 

e. Washington, res. 26 W.Washington. 
Home for the Friendless Women, w. side 

n. Pennsylvania, bet. Second and 

Third. James Smith, supt. 
HOME MUTUAL INSURANCE 

CO., office 64 e. Washington, W. T. 

Gibson, prest., Isaac Warring, secy. 
Homer Abram, military claim agt., 

res. 437 n. Mississippi. 
Homes Strange, painter, res 37 Rose. 
Homes William C, farmer, res. 346 n. 

Meridian. 
Homier Frederick, saw-maker, res. 32 

St. John. 
Honaert John, (Deitz & H.,) 255 e. Wash- 
ington, res. same. 
Hondyshell J. S., inmate Deaf and Dumb 

Asylum, res. BluflPion, Wells co., 

Ind. 
Hood Lucius E., pressman, Downey & 

Brouse, bds. 101 n. Mississippi. 
Hooker Clementine Mrs., (wid.) Henry, 

res. 258 s. Meridian. 
Hook and Ladder Co., n. New Jersey, 

bet. Washington and Market. 
Hool John, driver, Spiegel, Thoms & Co., 

bds. alley, bet. Market and Ohio. 
Hoosier State Flouring Mills, C. E. & S. 

H. Geisendorff, proprs., n. side w. 

Washingtton, near White River 

Bridge. 
Hoost Jacob, lab., res. 94 Eddy. 
Hoover Alexander F., clerk, p. o., res. 

cor. Huron and Noble. 
Hoover Daniel, grocer, n. e. cor. New 

York and Douglass, res. same. 
Hoover John W., boiler, Washington 

Foundry, res. 229 s. Alabama. 



The largest House Furnishing Emporium in the City. See pages 38 and 150. 



116 



LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 



A NEW AND NOISELESS 

SEWING MACHINE 

THAT WILL DO ALL KINDS OF WORK, 
See cut, on page vi. 



Hoover William H., blacksmith, 29 s. 
Tennessee, res. 228 e. Louisiana. 

Hoovers Jacob, butcher, cor. First and 
Tennessee, res. 500 n. Mississippi. 

Hopkins Edward, clerk, Dorsey & Lay- 
man, bds. 126 n. Tennessee. 

Hopkins George, (col.,) waiter, Concordia 
House, bds. same. 

Hopkins Henry C, (Martin, H. & Co.,) 
res. 224 n. Alabama. 

Hopkins J. H., book-binder, W. & J. 
Braden, res. 20 n. Mississippi. 

Hopnecker Christopher, stone-cutter, 
works near Union Depot, bds. 23 
Kentucky av, 

Hopp Aaron, peddler, res. 244 s. Ala- 
bama. 

Hoppe Erich B., notary public, and agt. 
New York and Bremen Steam Ship 
Co., res. 110 Virginia av. 

Hoppe George, propr. Lafayette House, 
179 s. Meridian. 

Hoppe John, tinsmith, 66 e. Washington. 

Hopper Lewis M., journeyman carpenter, 
res. 138 w. Sixth. 

Hopt Robert, notion store, 151^ e. Wash- 
ington, res. 70 Chatham. 

Hcran James, stone-cutter, cor. Ken- 
tucky av. and Georgia, res. w. New 
York. 

Horan Patrick, helper in C. & I. R. R. 
shop, res. e. Washington, near Deaf 
and Dumb Asylum. 

Hord Oscar B., (Hendricks, H. & Hen- 
dricks,) 24J e. Washington, res. n. 
w. cor. California and New York. 

HORIQ", AKDERSON & CO., 

(M. A. H., J. S. A. & A. B. Prather.) 
groceries, 31 w. Washington. 

Horn Henry J., grocer, 31 w. Washing- 
ton, res. 72 n. Mississippi. 

Horn M. A., (H., Anderson & Co.,) 31 w. 
Washington, res. 72 n. Mississippi. 

Hornaday John E., carpenter, res. 365 n. 
Alabama. 

Hornaday Thomas B,, policeman, 9th 
Ward, bds. 365 n. Alabama. 

Hornaday William A., student N. W. C. 
University, bds. s. w. cor. Ash and 
Christian av. 

Hornberger Christian, carpenter, res. 472 
n. Alabama. 



Horner A., (D. C. Minick & Co.,) 17 w. 
Washington, res. s. Illinois, bet. 
McCarthy and Ray. 

Horton Carrie Mis":-., teacher Ind. Normal 
Academy of Music, 263 s. Meridian. 

Hoshour Samuel K., Professor N. W. C. 
University, res. 172 n. East. 

Hoskins Robert S., (Sims, Miller & H.,) 
gravel roofers, res. 272 e. Ohio. 

Hoslinger L., machinist, Sinker & Co. 

Hosman John W., (Branson & Co.,) bds. 
17 n. East. 

Hoss David, works Peru Depot, res, 433 
Virginia av. 

HOSS GEORGE W., 

Supt. Public Instruction for Ind., 
office Vinton's blk, 3d floor, n. Penn- 
sylvania, res. Jackson, bet. Forest 
Home av. and Butler. 

Hoss Nelson, teacher, res. 77 e. St. 
Joseph. 

Hottmann John G., lab., res. 53 n. Ala- 
bama. 

Hotz George & Co., (George H. & Wm. 
Pope,) merchant tailors, 124 s. Illi- 
nois, res. same. 

Houck Newton J., blacksmith, Miller, 
Mitchell & Stough, res. 198 n. Mis- 
sissippi. 

Houger Andrew, lab., res. 177 e. St. 
Joseph. 

Hough Eva, student, Ind. Female Col- 
lege, cor. Meridian and New York. 

Hough Joseph, carpenter, res. 42 Madi- 
son av. 

Houghton Frank H., mechanical dentist, 
with M. L. Whiteside, rooms 5 and 
6 Blackford's blk., bds. Little's Ho- 
tel, e. Washington. 

Houlihan Patrick, woi'ks City Gas 
Works, res. Tennessee, bet. Louisiana 
and Georgia. 

House Benjamin D., law student, bds. 
193 s. New Jersey. 

House Emma, student Ind. Female Col- 
lege, cor. Meridian and New York. 

House Maggie, student Ind. Female Col- 
lege, cor. Meridian and New York. 

House Michael, teamster, res. 467 s. East. 

Houston Fielden, (col.,) lab., res. 130 
Douglass alley. 

HOUSTON JOHN F., 

(J. C. Green & Co.,) res. s. w. cor. 
East and St. Clair. 

Hover Anthony, lab., res. 243 s. West. 

Hover John H., teamster, bds. 391 w. 
Washington. 

How Hattie. (wid.) Sylvester H., tailor- 
ess, 67 w. New York. 

Howard Ade B., clerk, J., M. & L R. R. 
bds. 164 Virginia av. 

Howard Clinton, brakesman, bds. 99 e. 
Georgia. 



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117 



Howard David, turner, Osgood & Smith's 
factory, res. 220 s. Illinois. 

Howard E., physician and surgeon, 80 s. 
Illinois, res. 326 n. Illinois. 

Howard George W,, wheel-riveter, res. 
374 s. west. 

Howard L. N,, (E. Howard & Son.,) 92 s. 
Illinois, res. Allisonville pike. 

Howard Margaret, (wid.) John, res. 77 
s. East. 

Howe Edward P., secy. Franklin Life 
Insurance Co., 19 n. Meridian, bds. 
115 n. Illinois. 

Howe Robert, salesman, 0. B. Stout & 
Bro., res 17^ w. Ohio. 

Howe William H., lab., res. 33 Forest av. 

Howell David, pattern-maker, Root & 
Co., res. 2-53 s. Mississippi. 

Howell Elizabeth, boarding house, res. 
National rd, w. White River Bridge. 

Howell John W., salesman, Foster, Hol- 
loway & Co., res, 229 e. South. 

Howell Joseph C, (Rooker & H.,) 28J n. 
Illinois, res. 147 e. Washington. 

Howell Louisa V., servant, S. A. Fletcher, 
■ 180 e. Ohio. 

Howes Charles, (House & Bro.,) res. 76 
Huron. 

Howes Henry, (House & Bro.,) res. 78 
Huron. 

Howie James, pattern-maker, Root's 
Foundry, res. 52 Greer. 

Howie William, machinist, Bellefontaine 
shop, bds. 52 Greer. 

Howland James C, carriage-maker, bds. 
Pjle House. 

Howland John B., lawyer, res. 98 w. 
Vermont. 

Howland John D., clerk, U. S. Circuit 
and District Courts, office, room 11 
p. 0. bldg., n. Pennsylvania, res. 98 
w. Vermont. 

Howland Livingston, (Hammond & H.,) 
bds. 108 Virginia av. 

Howland Mary C, student, Indiana Fe- 
male College, cor. Meridian and New 
York. 

Howlette E. C, operator, Western Union 
Telegraph office, bds. n. Illinois. 

Hoyt Clinton D., pump-maker, res. 269 
w. MerrilL 

Hoyt Harriet Mrs., (wid.) Benajah, res. 
84 Massachusetts av. 

Hoyte Derius, machinist, res. 83 w. Lou- 
isiana. 

Hubbard Philip, confectioner, res. 236 
Winston. 

Hubbard William, lab., res. 297 s. Illi- 
nois. 

Hubbard & Whitsit, (William S. H. & 
Courtland E. W,,) real estate and in- 
surance brokers, s. w. cor. Wash- 
ington and Meridian. 



TABLE CUTLEKY, 

Plated, Japanned & Tinware, 

AT 

McCKEERY & FAY'S, 

56 and 58 East 'Washington Street. 
See pages 38 and 150. 



Hubbard William S., (Whitsit & H.,) res. 

w. s. Meridian, bet. Second and 

Third. 
Huber Fricbrica Miss, clerk, Cincinnati 

Bakery, bds. 107 e. Washington. 
Huber Jacob, bar-tender, Crystal Palace, 

44 w. Washington, bds. same. 
Huber Jacob, (Becker & H.,) res. 127 e. 

Washington. 
Hudson James W., paver, res. n. w. cor. 

Decota and Jones. 
Hudson Kate Miss, dress-maker, 30 n. 

Delaware, res. 250 e. Washington. 
Hudson Thomas A., lab., res. 393 s. Mis- 
souri. 
Hudson William S., operator, with A. R. 

Miller, 45 e. Washington, bds. cor. 

s. Pennsylvania and Pearl. 
Huebenner Henry R., draftsman, Smith- 

myer & Enos, res. 346 n. Noble. 
Huestis John, engineer, T. H. & I. R, R., 

res. 17 Henry. 
Hueston Hiram C, plow-handle grinder, 

bds. 255 e. McCarty. 
Hueston James A., carpenter, res. 4 

Lockwood. 
Huey Milton S., ornamental painter, res. 

293 Winston, 
Huff J. T., (Budd & H.,) grocers, 298 n. 

Pennsylvania, bds. same. 
Huff William B., clerk, bds. 190 Virgi- 
nia av. 
Huff William H., student, North-Western 

Christian University, bds. 298 n. 

Pennsylvania. 
Huffer James M., contractor, res. 69 

Fletcher's av. 
Huffer Tilghman A,, student at law, J. W 

Blake, 47 e. Washington. 
Huffier Andrew, engineer, Bellefontaine 

R. R. shop, res. 331 n. Noble. 
Huffman John, lab., 358 Virginia av, 
Huffman John F., moulder, res. 24 e. 

Georgia. 
Huffman Lizzie Miss, labeller, 24 e. 

Georgia, res. rear of same. 
Huffman Michael, blacksmith, res. 131 

s. Meridian. 
Huffman Philip, grocer, n. Tennessee, 

bet. Fifth and Sixth, res. same. 
Hughes Eliza Mrs., (wid.) Nichsou, res. 

131 e. Merrill. 



Paper in Indianapolis. See prospectus, page 106. 



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CANCERS CURED, 

OR: TVO JPA.Y^. 





After traveling continuously for ten years, visiting the greater portion of the United States, 
treating all forms of Chronic Diseases, has finally and permanently located in 

No. 76 NORTH PENNSYLVANIA STREET, 

Half a square above the Post-Office, 

Where he has been for the past three years. The Doctor has always paid particular attention 

to the treatment of 



Especially while traveling, to which he intends devoting almost his exclusive attention hereafter. His 

great success in the treatment of this disease is generally known. His superior Cancer 

remedies are the result of his researches into all the best works and 

treatises of this country and Europe upon the 

treatment of this disease. 

IT IS A NEW and VALUABLE DISCOVERY 

And the remedy so long wished and sought by the profession, and perhaps the 
Best Antidote to Cancer Now Known. 

Its operation is all that can be desired, being less painful than any other remedy, perfectly innocent, 
and can be applied to any portion of the body. It operates upon the roots and cancerous portion of the 
flesh only, which come out in a week or ten days. He has hundreds of them which he has thus taken 
out, preserved in spirits. There is 

No use of the Knife, Caustic or Escharotics, nor Burning, nor loss of Blood. 



And from this, the Doctor feels assured in making permanent cures, and if patients come-be- 
fore getting bad he cures or charges nothing, and 

W.A.ItI^AINTS OUI^ES FOlEt LIFE, 



He invites physicians and others to call and witness the operation of his medicines. He deals hon- 
estly with patients, telling them frankly just what he thinks of their cases. See his circulars, which 
contain over forty good certificates of cases he has cured. The Doctor is a man of much skill and 
knowledge in his profession, having had twenty-three years' experience in practice — being a graduate 
of one of our best Medical Colleges— member of the New York Medical Society and author of a work 
on "The Theory and Practice of Medicine." 



LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 



119 



Hughes James, (H. & Harvey,) res. 
Washington City, D. C. 

Hughes John, blacksmith, bds. e. Wash- 
ington, bet. New Jersey and East. 

HUGHES & HARVEY, 

(James H. & Jonathan S. H.,) law- 
yers and notaries, office 101 e. Wash- 
ington. 

Hughes Robert, (col.,) lab., res. 170 w. 
Georgia. 

Hughes Samuel A., conductor, C. & I. C. 
R. R., bds. Bates House. 

Hughes W. W., messenger, Adams Ex- 
press Co., 12 e. Washington, bds. 32 
n. Pennsyl'^a-nia. 

Hughey William, gardener, res. 310 e. 
Louisiana. 

Hughs Jerome, engineer, res. 337 S. Del- 
aware. 

Hughs Missouri, (wid.) Leander, dress- 
maker, res. 27 n. Noble. 

Hugo Charlotte, washerwoman, res. 79 
n. Noble. 

Hugo Henry, plasterer, res, 359 s. East. 

Hull Armstrong, planer, res. 748 n. Ten- 
nessee. 

Hull Jennie, seamstress, T. H. Sharpe, 
239 n. Pennsylvania. 

Hull William, teamster, res. 725 n. Ten- 
nessee. 

Hullman Spicie A., works 11 s. Meridian, 
res. Stringtown. 

HUME, ADAMS & CO., 

(James M. H., Lafayette W. A. & 
Edgar .J Foster,) carpets, wall paper, 
and house furnishsng goods, 26 and 
28 w. Washington. 

Hume James M., (H., Adams & Co.,) 26 
and 28 w. Washington, res. cor. 
Tennessee and Fourth. 

Hume Jane E., inmate Deaf and Dumb 
Asylum, res. Curvalon, Cass cc, 
Ind. 

Hume Thomas M., lab., res. 6 Pitt. 

Humphrey Samuel, waiter, Rockwell's 
Dining Rooms, Louisiana, opposite 
Union depot, bds. same. 

Humphrey Samuel C, journeyman cooper, 
res. 36 Douglas. 

Humphreys Charles A., traveling agt., 
Stewart & Morgan, bds. Pyle House, 
n. Meridian. 

Humphreys William W., deputy clerk, 
v. S. Circuit and District Courts, 
p. 0. bldg., bds. 126 n. Tennessee. 

Huncha Catharine, (wid.) Ernest, res. 
218 s. East. 

Hundram Lewis, shoe-maker, res. 385 s. 
Delaware. 

HUNT A. L. & CO., 

(Aaron L. H. & George W. McCurdy,) 
auction and commission, 85 e. Wash- 
ington. 



ALIFE INSURANCE CO. 

WITH 

Sl4,000,000 CAPITAL, 

IS A GOOD SECURITY. 
See statements, pages 74 and 154. 



Hunt Aaron L., (A. L. H. & Co..) 85 e. 
Washington, res. 294 n. Pennsylva- 
nia. 

Hunt Albert, engineer, Indianapolis Ag- 
ricultural Works, res. 172 w. New 
York. 

Hunt Asa, (H. & Wilson,) res. 74 Fort 
Wayne av. 

Hunt Asa, res. 390 n. Delaware. 

Hunt Charles, engineer, Indianapolis 
Agricultural Works, bds. 137 w. 
New York. 

HUNT CHABLES C, 

cigars and tobacco, 61 e. Washing- 
ton, res. 366 s. Alabama. See card, 
another page. 

Hunt David B., Universal Life Insurance 
agt,, res. 50 w. New York. 

Hunt E. W., printer, book and job room, 
Journal office, res. 165 n. Mississippi. 

Hunt Julia A. Mrs., (wid.) Dr. D. P., res. 
30 Circle. 

Hunt Mary Mrs., (wid.) John, res. 520 s 
Illinois. 

Hunt P. G. C, dentist, office 76J e. Mar- 
ket, res. 172 n. Delaware. 

Hunt R. E., student, commercial college, 
bds. 24J w. Washington. 

Hunt William, lab., res. 272 e. Louisiana. 

Hunt & Wilson, (Asa H. & Joseph C. W.,) 
flour and feed, 17 and 19 Massachu- 
setts av. 

Hunte? James, whitewasher, res. 218 n. 
Missouri. 

Hunter Ralph, machinist, res. 295 In- 
diana av. 

Hunter Thomas, boots and shoes, 5 w. 
Washington, res. 79 California. 

Hunting Edward B., salesman, 108 s. 
Meridian, bds. Spencer House, s. Il- 
linois. 

Huntington James N., journeyman car- 
penter, res. 476 n. Mississippi. 

Huntington Noble, carpenter, 44 Ken- 
tucky av., res. cor. Mississippi and 
Walnut. 

Hupp Albert P., painter, Cabinet-Makers' 
Union, res. 163 e. New York. 

Hupt Robert, notion dealer, 151^ e. Wash- 
ington, res. 17 Chatham. 

Hurley Francis, hackman, res. 132 Ma- 
ple. 



See statement relative to the Singer Sewrng Machine, page vi. 



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ST. JAMES HOTEL, 



CINCIKNATI, OHIO, 



A Fine Hotel Kept in G ood Shape. 



TE,"sr IT. 

HURRLE IGNATIUS, 

merchant tailor, 168 e. Washington. 

Hurst David, bell boy, Bates House. 

Hurst Harman, tailor, res. 317 s. Penn- 
sylvania. 

Hurt Albert, lab., res. 150 Winston. 

Hurt John M., paper-hanger. Roll & 
Smith, rooms Vinton's blk., cor. Me 
ridian and Pearl. 

Huseman Ernest F., oil-maker, 124 s. 
Delavfare, ifts. 31 Biddle. 

Hussey Edward, lab., res. 356 s. V/est. 

Hust George C, meat shop, 554 e. Wash- 
ington, res. same. 

Huste Hiram S., tanner, res. 255 e. Mc- 
Carty. 

Huston Cephas B , salesman, D. Root & 
Co., res. 77 St. Joseph. 

Hutchins Emma C, (wid.) John, res. 323 
s. East. 

Hutchins Henry H., book-keeper, J. K. 
Sharp, 49 s. Delaware, res. e. Market, 
beyond city limits. 

Hutchinson Anna Miss, dress-maker, 40 
w. Maryland, res. same. 

HUTCHINSON CHARLES P., 
printer, 16^ e. Washington, res. 289 
n. New Jersey. 

Hutchinson David, locomotive engineer, 
res. 258 s. Alabama. 

Hutchinson E. B., clerk, office general 
supt. C. & I. C. R. R., bds. 44 s. Ten- 
nessee. 

Hutchison William, machinist, Bellefon- 
taine car shop, res. 483 Massachu- 
setts av. 

Hutton Edward L. & Co., (E. L. H. & 

,) groceries and provisions, 94 

n. Illinois. 

Hutton f dward L., (H. & Co.,) res. 487 n. 
Illinois. 

Hutton Eliza Jane, (wid.) William, seam- 
stress, res. 655 n. Tennessee. 

Hutton George, carpenter, res. 187 
Dougherty. 

Hutton Isabel, (wid.) Thomas H., res. 487 
n. Illinois. 

Hutton John, conductor, Street Ry., bds. 
Neiman House. 

Hyatt John, bar-tender, 14 e. Washing- 
ton, bds. same. 

Hyatt Samuel, teamster, res. 105 Ash. 



Hyde Nathaniel A., (Rev.,) pastor Con- 
gregational Church, bds. A. B. Wil- 
lard, n. w. cor. Alabama and New 
York. 

Hyde William, (H. & Cottingham,) res. 
300 e. Market. 

Hyland James, brick-layer, res. 730 n. 
Illinois. 

Hyland Michael, builder, res. 673 n. Il- 
linois. 

Hymam Helena, stamping and dress- 
making, 66 n. Pennsylvania, res. 
same. 

Hyman Henry, liquor dealer, 41 s. Dela- 
ware, res. 18 8. Mississippi. 

Ilyme William H., moulder, res. 257 Co- 
burn. 



IDLER CLINTON, master mechanic, T. 
H. & I. R. R. shop, res. 171 w. South. 

Igoe Martin, attorney at law, res. 34 Lock- 
erbie. 

ILIFP CHARLES E., 

salesman, 16 e. Washington, bds. 79 
n. Alabama. 

Diff James A., (R. W. I. & Son,) 20 w. 
Louisiana, res. 187 w. South. 

Ilifif Lewis, salesman, 33 e. Washington, 
res. 79 n. Alabama. 

Hiff Richard W., (R. W. & Son,) 20 w. 
Louisiana, res. 79 n. Alabama. 

Iliff R. W. & Son, (Richard W. & James 
A. I.,) fruits and groceries, 20 w. 
Louisiana. 

Imille JVIax, house and sign painter, res. 
143 8. New Jersey. 

Ince Mary Ann, (wid.) Joseph, washer- 
woman, res. 228 Massachusetts av. 

Indeant John, (col,,) white washer, res. 
182 Douglas alley. 

INDIANA BANKING- CO., 

(F. A. W. Davis, Willis S. Webb, 
John L. Ketcham, W. W. Woolen, 
Samuel C. Vance, John P. Banta and 
William Neec 
Washington. 

INDIANA DIRECTORY PUB- 
LISHING OFFICE, 16J e. Washing- 
ton, LOGAN & CO., publishers. See 
card opp. introductory. 

INDIANA FEMALE COL- 
LEGE, Meridian, cor. New York, W. 
H. DeMotte, principal. 

INDIANA FIRE INSURANCE 
CO., room 5 Odd Fellows Hall, n. e. 
cor. Washington and Pennsylvania. 

INDIANA HOSPITAL FOR 
THE INSANE, National rd., w. of 
city limits. 

INDIANA INSTITUTE FOR 
EDUCATING THE DEAF AND 
DUMB, National rd., e. city limits. 



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INDIANA INSTITUTE FOR 
THE EDUCATION OF THE BLIND, 
North, bet. Meridian and Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Indiana Military Agency, w. Market, 
opp. State House. 

Indiana National Bank, n. e. cor. Wash- 
ington and Meridian, George Tousey, 
prest., D. M. Taylor, cashier. 

Indiana School Journal, 13 w. Maryland, 
Prof. George W. Hoss, editor, John 
J. Parsons, publisher. 

Indiana State Law Library, room 2 Gal- 
lup's blk., cor. Tennessee and Mar- 
ket. , ' 

INDIANA STATE OFFICES, 
s. w. cor. Washington and Tennessee. 

Indiana State Sanitary Rooms, w. Mar- 
ket, opp. State House. 

Indiana Transfer Co., W. H. Parmelee, 
supt., 40 e. Maryland. 

INDIANA VOLKSBLATT, 

Julius Boetticher, editor and propr., 
office 164 e. Washington. 

Indiana & Illinois R. R. Co., office 26 s. 
Meridian, up-stairs, AY. A. Morrison, 
secy. 

INDIANAPOLIS BRANCH 
BANK OF THE STATE, 2 e. Wash- 
ington, George Tousey, prest, D. M. 
Taylor, cashier. 

INDIANAPOLIS BRANCH 
BANKING CO., Fletcher & Sharpe, 
proprs,, 49 e. Washington, cor. Penn- 
sylvania. 

INDIANAPOLIS CHAMBER 
OF COMMERCE, Vinton's blk., opp. 

INDIANAPOLIS, C I N C I N.- 

NATI & LAFAYETTE FREIGHT 
DEPOT AND OFFICES, s. Delaware, 
cor. Louisiana, shops e. Louisiana, 
on corporation line. 

INDIANAPOLIS COAL AND 
MINING CO., N. Carpenter, prest., 
19 Circle. 

Indianapolis Female Bible Society, office 
at Todd, Carmichael & Williams, 
Glenns' blk. 

Indianapolis Female Institute, n. e. cor. 
Pennsylvania and Michigan. 

Indianapolis Gas Light and Coke Com- 
pany Works, s. Pennsylvania, cor. 
Louisiana, office Ray's blk. 

INDIANAPOLIS HERALD, 
Daily and Weekly Herald Co., pub- 
lishers and proprs., Lafe Develin, 
editor. Herald bldg., 16^ e. Wash- 
ington. 

INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, 
Daily and Weekly, Douglass & Con- 
ner, proprs. and publishers. Journal 
Building, e. Market, cor. Cirle. 



L A U N D K Y , 

J. L. SPAULDING, Proprietor, 

K"o. 22 South New Jersey Street. 
[See card, page 2. 



INDIANAPOLIS INS. CO., 

Company's bldg., cor. Virginia av. 
and Pennsylvania. 

Indianapolis Mission Sunday School 
Chapel, s. w. cor. Union and Mer- 
rill, 

INDIANAPOLIS NATIONAL 
BANK, n. e. cor. Washington and 
Pennsylvania, Odd Fellows Hall. 

INDIANAPOLIS ROLLING 
MILL, s. w. cor. Tennessee and Mer- 
rill. 

Indianapolis Tobacco Works, 87 e. South, 
James Cahill, propr. 

INDIANAPOLIS WAGON and 
AGRICULTURAL WORKS, 172 s. 
Tennessee. 

Ingal Jacob, blacksmith, bds. 188 s. Me- 
ridian. 

Ingersal Charles, foreman, Trayser, Rob- 
inson & Co., 161 e. Washington, bds. 
Ray House. 

Ingersoll Frank, turner, Spiegel, Thorns 
& Co., res. 269 Virginia av. 

Ingersoll Mary Miss, teacher, eighith 
■ward school, bds. 261 Virginia av. 

Ingersoll Selma Miss, teacher, eighth 
■ward school, bds. 261 Virginia av. 

Ingis H., tailor, res. 270 s. Dela-ware. 

Ingles Alexander, machinist, res. n. e. 
cor. Greer and McCarty. 

Ingles John, coppersmith, bds. n. e. cor. 
McCarty and Greer. 

Ingleheart William, boot-maker, res. 315 
e. Ohio. 

Ingram J. Laine, notary public and stu- 
dent at law, Yohn's blk., cor. Wash- 
ington and Meridian, bds. 198 s. 
Illinois. 

Ingraham C. B., propr. Runnion's Fine 
Art Gallery, 32J e. Washington, res. 
same. 

Ingraham C. B. Mrs., artist, Runnion's 
Art Gallery, 32| e. Washington, res. 
same. 

Ingraham Jonn P. T., (Rev.,) rector, 
Christ's Church, res. 65 Circle. 

Irach Joseph, stone-cutter, 182 Madison 
av. 

Iratz Thomas, painter, bds. Union House. 

Ireland William H., stair builder, bds. 
50 Ellsworth. 



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123 



Irick Adam, gas-fitter, bds. Ray House. 

Irick Morris C, clerk, Brouse & Irick, 
bds. 326 n. New Jersey. 

Irick William, brick-mason, res. 326 n. 
New Jersey. 

Irick William, pressman, Indianapolis 
Journal Co., bds. 394 n. Delaware. 

Irick William C, (Brouse & I., ) res. 326 
n. New Jersey. 

Irish George, bar-tender, Circle Restau- 
rant, bds. same. 

Irons Catharine, (wid.) Stephen, res. 193 
w. Maryland. 

Irons Harry T., book-binder, W. & J. 
Braden, res. 119 w. Maryland, 

Irvin Benjamin, lab., res. National rd,, 
w. of White river bridge. 

Irvin Francis, teamster, bds. 147 e. 
McCarty. 

Irving A. B., (Trayser, Robinson & Co.,) 
159 and 161 e. Washington, res. 131 
n. Delaware. 

Irving C. L., (Trayser, Robinson & Co.,) 
159 and 161 e. Washington, bds. Lit- 
tle's Hotel. 

Irving J. R., traveling agt., Wheeler & 
Wilson's Sewing Machines, 12 n. 
Pennsylvania, res. 71 Jackson. 

Irvin Roll C, printer, Downey & Brouse, 
bds. 36 n. Delaware. 

Isensee Albert, bell-hanger and lock- 
smith, 60 n. Pennsylvania, res. 72 
California. 

Isgrigg & Brackin, lumber dealers, 180 
w. Market. 

Isgrigg James A., (I. & Brackin,) lum- 
ber yard, res. 413 w. New York. 

ISKE WILLIAM, 

propr. Lion Gradens, 1 Madison av., 
res. same. See card. 

Iske William, delivery boy, John Wood- 
bridge & Co., 16 w. Washington. 

Ittenbach Frank, (Smith, Ittenbach & 
Co.,) bds. 140 Madison av. 

Ittenbach Gerard, (Smith, Ittenbach & 
Co.,) res. 140 Madison av. 

Ivory Peter, teamster, res. 54 Oak. 



JACK CHARLES, engineer, paper mill, 
foot of Maryland, bds. 302 w. Mary- 
land. 

Jack Matthew W., sen., boarding house, 
74 n. Pennsylvania. 

Jack Matthew W., jr., student, Purdy's 
Commercial College, bds. 74 n. 
Pennsylvania. 

Jackson Allen Mrs., bds. Palmer House. 

Jackson Andrew, driver, Street Ry., res. 
114 Huron. 

Jackson Bert., (col.,) white-washer, res. 
263 West. 

Jackson Rebecca, servant, Joseph Wert. 



G J^ IP X T A. IL. 



SALOON AND RESTAURANT. 



A Popular and Well Regulated Establishment, 



-14: East 'Washington Street. 



Jackson Elizabeth M., (wid.) Charles, 

res. 88 s. Noble. 
Jackson George, conductor, Street Ry., 

res. 315 Virginia av. 
Jackson James, section boss, Jefferson- 

ville R. R., res. 241 Union. 
Jackson John, clerk, Vancamp, Jackson 

& Co., res. 223 w. Ohio. 
Jackson Julia, (col.,) washerwoman, res. 

79 s. Missouri. 
Jackson Morris, (col.,) lab., res. 193 Hu- 
ron. 
Jackson Thomas, currier, Mooney & Co., 

res. cor. alley and Tennessee, bet. 

Georgia and Maryland. 
Jackson Thomas, (Vancamp, J. & Co.,) 

res. 223 w. Ohio. 
Jackson Willis, (col.,) hod-carrier, res. 

251 e. St. Clair. 
Jackson William, slate roofer, res. 186 n. 

Davidson. 
JACKSON WM. ]Sr., 

ticket agt.. Union depot, bds. 18 w. 

Georgia. 
Jackson Charles P., (Barbour & J.,) res. 

17^ Virginia av. 
Jacobs Francis, bar-keeper, Old Domin- 
ion, res. 145 s. New Jersey. 
Jacobs Fred., butcher, 369 s. Delaware, 

res. same. 
Jacobs Joseph, (Williams, J. & Co.,) res. 

156 n. East. 
Jacobs Milton C, bar-tender, 24 w. 

Pearl, bds. 145 s. New Jersey. 
JACOBS VALENTINE, 

saloon-keeper, 33 Kentucky av., res. 

145 s. New Jersey. 
Jacoby David R., boarding house, 35 w. 

Georgia. 
James Catharine, waiter, dining room, 

Ray House. 
James Cox, teamster, res. 465 Virginia 

av. 
James Dwyer, lab., bds. 439 Virginia av. 
James Francis, (col.,) lab., res. 79 Anne. 
James Elisabeth, waiter, dining room, 

Ray House. 
James John, messenger, Adjutants Gen- 
eral's office, bds. n. Davidson, cor. 

New York. 
James John, (col.,) barber, Spencer 

House, bds. Wiles House. 



See statement Economical Mutual Life Insurance Company, on page 82. 



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LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 



A NUMBER ONE 

Boot and Shoe Store, 



Glenns' Block. 



T>. H. CHASE, - - Proprietor. 



James Michael C, salesman, New York 
Store, bds. 120 u. Mississippi. 

James Sedwick, clerk, 129 s. Meridian, 
res. 6 Willard. 

James Seth C, marble-worker, 64 Vir 
ginia av., res. 180 Virginia av. 

James T. S. & Co., (Thomas S. J., Felix 
M. Gallihue and Joseph Quarmby,) 
marble-workers, 136 s. Meridian. 

James Thomas S., (T. S.James & Co,,) 
bds Ray House. 

Jameson Alexander C, secy. Indianapo- 
lis Insurance Co., res. 365 n. Penn- 
sylvania. 

Jameson & Funkhouser, (P. H. J. & D. 
F.) physicians and surgeons, 19 s. 
Meridian. 

Jameson Love H., pastor Campbelites 
Church, res. 139 W. South. 

Jameson Patrick H., (J. & Funkhouser,) 
physician, res. 249 n. Alabama. 

Jameson Frank, (col.,) porter, Palmer 
House, bds. same. 

Jameson Richard, boarding house, opp. 
Insane Asylum. 

Janeway Arthur, miller, Capital Mills, 
n. e. cor. Market and Canal, res. 312 
w. Washington. 

Janeway John, pattern-maker, 24 e. 
Georgia, bds. same. 

Jarrell Fanny E., dress and cloak-mak- 
ing, 36 n. Illinois, res. 148 Indiana 
av. 

Jasper Fred, res. 823 Virginia av. 

Jasper Hermann, lab., res. 498 Rosette. 

Jefferson House, s. w. cor. South and 
Pennsylvania, John H. Gruenert, 
propr. 

JEPFERSONVILLE, MADI- 
SON & INIANAPOLIS Freight De- 
pot and Offices, South, bet. Pennsyl- 
vania and Delaware. See card in 
R. R. department. 

Jehrling John E., cleaning and repair- 
ing, 44 Virginia av., res. same. 

Jemison John, harness-maker shop, s. w. 
cor. South and East, res. 55 Bates. 

Jencks George W., engineer, C. & I. C. 
R. R., res. 77 Bates. 

Jennison Alexander F., (George M. & 
Alex. F. J.,) 243 e. Washington, res. 
19 w. Ohio. 



Jennison George M. & Co., (George M.'* 
J. & Alex. F. J.,) watches, jewelry, 
silverware and watch-maker's tools, 
248 e. Washington, res. 19 w. Ohio. 

Jennison Henry, salesman, 31 w. Wash- 
ingtoTi, res. 19 w. Ohio. 

Jenkins Abednigo W., grocer, 14 n. Del- 
aware, res. 75 Massachusetts av. 
dns Dennis H., R. 
res. 248 s. Alabama. 

Jenkins Ebenezer, painter, 68 e. Ohio, 
res. 70 e. Ohio. 

Jenkins George W., clerk, 14 n. Dela- 
ware, res. 355 n. East. 

Jenkins Isabella Miss, res. 193 w. South. 

Jenkins Jesse W., painter, bds. 70 e. 
Ohio. 

Jenkins John, res. 294 e. Market. 

Jenkins John R., painter, bds 70 e. Ohio. 

Jenkins Lyman, engineer, res. 248 s. 
Alabama. 

Jenkins Robert, (col.,) teamster, res. 228 
w. Vermont. 

Jenks Susan E., inmate Deaf and Dumb 
Asylum, res. New Manchester, Wa- 
bash CO., Ind. 

Jenks William H., inmate Deaf and 
Dumb Asylum, res. New Manchester, 
Wabash co., Ind. 

Jennings Abel, (J., Lambert & Baxter,) 
Kentucky av. opp. Cemetery, res. 
Wabash, Ind. 

Jennings George, switchman, J., M. & I. 
R. R., res. 147 e. McCarty. 

Jennings John, stone-cutter, res. 94 s. 
Meridian. 

Jennings John, (Cochran, J. & Heim,) 
res. n. side w. Washington, bet. 
Tennessee and Mississippi. 

Jennings, Lambert & Baxter, (Abel J., 
M. L. & Samuel S. B.,) saw and 
planing mill, Kentucky av. opp. 
Cemetery. 

Jennings Patrick, teacher, res. 248 n. 
Davidson. 

JENNINGS PRESLEY, 

butcher, with J. Ludlow, res. 78 
n. Pennsylvania. 

Jennings William, foreman, Munson & 
Johnston, res. 277 w. Michigan, 

"enson Amelia, servant, A. D. Wood. 

Jenson Peter, apprentice with Smith- 
meyer & Enos, room 4 Vinton's blk, 
res. 302 s. West. 

Jewish Synagogue, s. side e. Market, bet. 
East and New Jersey. 

Jillson Melvin, clerk Bellefontaine 
Freight Depot, bds. n. e. cor. South 
and New Jersey. 

Joachimi Julius A., cigar-maker, 35 w. 
Washington, res. 26 Biddle. 

Joachimi August, candle-maker, 26 Bid- 
die, res. same. 



See Card of the best Mill-Wright in Indiana, on page 134. 



LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 



125 



John Louisa, inmate Deaf and Dumb 
Asylum, res. Westfield, Hamilton 
CO., Ind. 

Johns Charles, market-master, res. 273 n. 
Mississippi. 

Johns Norvetta, inmate Deaf and Dumb 
Asylum, res. Bluffton, Wells co., 
Ind. 

Johns Samuel, res. 118 n. Liberty. 

Johnson Aaron, huckster, res. 45 Jones. 

Johnson Adelaid, inmate Deaf and Dumb 
Asylum, res. Laporte, Laporte co., 
Ind. 

Johnson Alexander T., journeyman car- 
penter, res.'394 n. West. 

Johnson Alexander W,, carpenter, res. 
52 Fletcher's av. 

Johnson Benjamin, lab., res. 82 e. South. 

Johnson Benjamin, hack-driver, res. 331 
Blake. 

Johnson Benjamin F., lab., res. 524 n. 
Mississippi. 

Johnson Berry N., salesman, 112 s. Me- 
ridian, bds Sherman House. 

Johnson Candice F., inmate Deaf and 
Dumb Asylum, res. Kendallville, 
Noble CO., Ind. 

Johnson Charles, fish dealer, 26 w. Pearl 
bds. 115 w. New York. 

Johnson Charles, student, res. 103 w. 
South. 

Johnson Cynthia A., res. 434 w. North. 

Johnson & Co., (John W. J. & James C. 
Death,) com. mer., 23 w. Maryland. 

Johnson Eliza Mrs., (wid.) John H,, res. 
236 s. Alabama. 

Johnson Elizabeth, (wid.) John, res. 167 
w. Maryland. 

Johnson Elizabeth, inmate Deaf and 
Dumb Asylum, res. Delectable Hill, 
Pike CO., Ind. 

Johnson Edmund C, farmer, res. 341 s. 
Meridian. 

Johnson Edward, (col.,) blacksmith, res. 
182 Huron. 

Johnson Elijah, clerk, res. 223 w. South. 

Johnson George H., salesman, res. 370 s. 
Alabama. 

Johnson George W., clerk, p. o., bds. Pyle 
House. 

Johnson Helen, dress-maker, 50 s. Illi- 
nois, res. 25 Indiana av. 

Johnson Isaac B., capitalist, res. 246 e. 
Washington, up stairs. 

Johnson James, journeyman carpenter, 
res. 394 n. West. 

Johnson James, clerk, 50 Virginia av., 
bds. 64 Delaware. 

Johnson James A., (J. & Morrow,) car- 
penters, 32 n. Illinois, bds. 67 Indi- 
ana av. 

Johnson James B., carpenter. Flowers & 
Co., bds. cor. West and Georgia. 



DRUGGIST 



APOTHECARIES' HALL 

Nos. 7 and 9 East Washington Street, 

INDIANAPOLIS. 



Johnson Jerome, (col.,) barber, res. e. 

side n. Mississippi, bet. First and 

Second. 
Johnson John, tailor, 19 w. Washington, 

res. 311 Massachusetts av. 
Johnson John, (col.,) barber, 325 e. 

Washington, res. same. 
Johnson John carriage-maker, res. 223 

w. South. 
Johnson John, carpenter, res. 120 e. New 

York. 
Johnson John, (col.,) barber shop, 57 n. 

Noble, res. alley, bet. Virginia av. 

and Pennsylvania. 
Johnson John S., carpenter, res. 309 s. 

Meridian, 
Johnson John W., book-keeper, res. 75 e. 

Pratt. 
Johnson M. E. Mrs., (Pattison & J.,) res. 

58 Massachusetts av. 
Johnson Murray L., inmate Deaf and 

Dumb Asylum, res. Kendallville, No- 
ble CO., Ind. 
Johnson & Morrow, (James A. J. & 

Thomas M.,) carpenter and job shop, 

32 n. Illinois. 
Johnson Philip A., carpenter, res. Morris, 

bet. Delaware and Alabama. 
Johnson Riley, inmate Deaf and Dumb 

Asylum, res. Washington, Daviess 

CO., Ind. 
Johnson Robert, clerk, 26 w. Pearl, bds, 

115 w. New York. 
Johnson Sarah, seamstress, John Knightf 

304 n. Delaware. 
Johnson S. L., compositor, Herald Office, 

bds. 93 s. Noble. 
Johnson Thomas, lab., res. 175 s. Lou- 
isiana. 
Johnson T. Edward, lawyer and notary 

public, room 10 Blackford's blk., e. 

Washington, cor. Meridian, res. 474 

n. Pennsylvania, 
Johnson Thomas E., (Hamlin & J.,) office 

h. w. cor. Washington and Illinois, 

res. 96 w. First. 
Johnson Wesley S., moulder. Root's foun- 
dry, res. 218 s. Delaware. 
Johnson William, carpenter, 46 Huron. 
Johnson William, res. 328 Blake. 
Johnson William, hack-driver, res. 236 

Blake. 



Read Louis Siersdorfer's Card, page 130. 



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LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 




Stationary Flour Packer. 



Capacity, 60 to 80 bbls. per hour— 40 to 
revolutions. 



Portable Flour-Packer, No. 2. Price $200. 

Capacity, 15 to 20 bbls. per hour— 80 to 100 revolutions. 



SAMUEL TAGGAET, 

MILI.-A¥MGHT 

Manufacturer of all kinds of Flour-Fackers 

And Flouring Mills, complete. Also, Corn Meal Bolts, "Wheat and 

Euckwheat Flour Bolts; keeps DuFour & Co.'s 

Celebrated Dutch Anchor Brand 

And Mill Furnisliiiigs, Generally. 

Agents for American Turbine Water Wheel. 

Partable Conical Seller 
,-, r» I o- s ffnn Office, 132 South Pennsylvania Street, opposite Sinker s Foundry. 

Flour Packer, Single, §90. i Residence, IIS North Mississippi street, 



Capacity, 3 to 4 bbls. per hour— 12 
to 18 revolutions. 



Indianapolis, Indiana. 



You can order from this House with safety, at prices marked. 



LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 



127 



Johnson AVilliam, (coL,) lab., res, 160 

Douglas alley. 
Johnson William, carpenter, n. w. cor. 

Meridian and Race. 
Johnson William G., salesman, 68 e, 

Washington, res. 74 e. North. 
Johnson William G,, clerk, J. Furnas & 

Co., res. 136 e. St. Joseph. 
Johnson W. Fletcher, journeyman car- 
penter, res. 167 e. St. Joseph. 
Johnson William S., tailor, res. 180 n. 

New Jersey. 
Johnson William W,, printer. Journal 

office, res. 236 e. Vermont, 
Johnston John 'F., dentist, Morrison's 

Opera Hall, 2d floor, s. Meridian, res. 

e. s. n. Pennsylvania, cor. King. 
Johnston John M., lawyer, res. 320 n. 

Alabama. 
Johnston Robert, clerk, Wiles & Rey- 

" nolds, res. 27 Massachusetts av. 
Johnston Samuel A., (Munson &J.,)res. 

old No. 86 e. Vermont. 
Johnston Thomas D., salesman, New York 

store, res. 27 Massachusetts av. 
Johnston William J., (Munson & J,,) res. 

old No. 86 e. Vermont. 
Johnston William W., (Murphy, J. & Co.,) 

49 s. Meridian, res. 652 n. Meridian. 
Jolly James, watchman, I, & C. R. R. 

shop, res. 14 Lord. 
Jolly John, lab., res. 14 Lord. 
Jones Adam, plasterer, res. 44 Huron. 
Jones Alex., (col.,) servant, S. A.Fletcher, 

180 e. Ohio. 
Jones Annie Miss, milliner and dress- 
maker, 70 e. Market, res, 145 s. New 

Jersey. 
Jones Aquilla, sr., treas, Indianapolis 

Rolling Mill Co., res. 187 n. Penn- 
sylvania. 
Jones Aquilla, jr., (A. J. & Co.,) 76 s. 

Meridian, res. 187 n. Pennsylvania, 
JONES A. & CO., 

(Aquilla J,, H. Clay, E. P. J. & John 

W, J,,) wholesale grocers, 74 and 76 

s. Meridian. 
Jones A. Edward, (col.,) barber, 50 e. 

Washington, bds. Wiles House. 
Jones Barton D., (Anderson & J.,) s. e. 

cor. Washington and Meridian, res. 

188 n. Delaware. 
Jones Ben F., clerk, 76 s. Meridian, res. 

187 n. Pennsylvania. 
Jones Brackson, (col.,) lab., res. 77 Ann. 
Jones Caspar M., tailor, res, 217 e. South, 
Jones Charles, (col.,) lab., res. 111 Har- 
rison, 
Jones Charles, (col.,) hod-carrier, res. 

235 Minerva. 
Jones Curtis, salesman, Jones, Davis & 

Co., res. 130 e. St. Joseph. 
Jones James, plasterer, res. 395 s. West. 



PLUMBINO, 

GAS AND STEAM-FITTING; 

DONE BY 

HANNING, KAMSAY & CO. 

82 West Washington Street. 



JONES, DAVIS & CO. 

(William W. J,,William M, D., James 
W. Hess & Charles J, Kantman,) dry 
goods, notions, fancy goods, cloaks, 
furs, etc., 3 Odd Fellows Hall, n. e. 
cor. Washington and Pennsylvania. 

JONES E. B. & CO., 

(Erman B. J. & Alvord Alcorn,) 
electro gold and silver platers, 8 e. 
Washington. See card page 78. 

Johnes Edward, (col.,) teamster, res. 228 
n. Noble, 

Jones Edward B., engineer, Bellefon- 
taine R, R., res, 104 e. Second, 

Jones Edward M., (col.,) driver, 56 and 
68 e. Washington, res. n. e. cor. Ver- 
mont and West. 

Jones Elisha P., (A. J. & Co.,) 76 s. Me- 
ridian, res. 187 n. Pennsylvania. 

Jones Erman B., (E. B. J. & Co.,) 8 e. 
Washington, res. 362 w. Vermont. 

Jones Evan C, express-driver, res. 485 
s. Illinois. 

Jones Frances, inmate Home for friend- 
less Women, Pennsylvania, bet. Sec- 
ond and Third. 

Jones George, farmer, res. e. s, n, Illinois, 
bet. Sixth and Seventh, 

Jones George, (col.,) barber, 50 e. Wash- 
ington, bds. GeisendorfF, bet. Ohio 
and New York. 

Jones Harriet, inmate Home for Friend- 
less Women, Pennsylvania, bet. Sec- 
ond and Third. 

Jones Henry, (col., servant, 52 n. Penn- 
sylvania. 

Jones Jesse, (J. & Rooker,) res. 488 n. 
Illinois. 

Jones John, (col.,) barber, n. e. cor. Wash- 
ington and Meridian, bds. Pyle 
House. 

Jones John, (col.,) servant, Dr. Gaston, 
147 n. New Jersey. 

Jones John P., agt. Great Western Life 
Insurance Co., of New York, 19 w. 
Washington, res. 276 n. West. 

Jones John W., (A. J. & Co.,) 76 s. Me- 
ridian, res. 187 n. Pennsylvania. 

Jones John W., yard master, T. H. & I. 
R. R., res. Ill w. South. 

Jones Joseph H., (col.,) barber, res. 51 
Hosbrook. 



One trial will prove to you the statement made by Mr. Miller on page 130. 



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LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 



INSURE WITH THE 

Union Insurance Co. 

Company's Office, over 2 West Washington St. 
INDIANAPOLIS. 



Jones John W., teamster, res. 412 s. West, 

Jones Julius, (Gilkey & J.,) carpenters 
and builders, 36 Kentucky av., bds, 
69 w. Market. 

Jones Melissa, servant, 275 n. New Jersey. 

Jones Margaret, (col,,) boarding house, 
res. w. s, n. Missouri, bet. Vermont 
and Michigan. 

Jones Marshal, (col.,) teamster, res. 81 
Anne. 

Jones Mary, seamstress, 147 w. Maryland. 

Jones Mary J. Mrs., bds. 83 e. Washington. 
3S Rober 
Winston 

Jones Sallie, student, Indiana Female 
College, cor. Meridian and New York, 

Jones Samuel, carpenter, Helwig, Rob- 
erts & Co., res. 655 n. Tennessee, 

Jones Spicer, farmer, res. 350 n. Illinois. 

Jones Susan, (wid.) Marion, res. 3 Ken- 
tucky av. 

Jones & Sweeney, milliners and dress- 
makers, 70 e. Market. 

Jones William, (col.,) barber, n. e. cor. 
Washington and Meridian, bds. Mis- 
souri, bet. North and Indiana av. 

Jones William, (col.,) ditcher, res. alley, 
bet. Tinker and Tenth. 

Jones William B., switch-tender, Union 
Ry. Co., bds. 218 e. South. 

Jones William H., (Coburn & J.,) lumber 
dealers, cor. Mississippi and Geor- 
gia, res, 273 n. Illinois. 

Jones William H., general agt., Indiana- 
polis Agricultural Works, res. 243 
n. Illinois. 

Jones William T., foreman, Osgood, 
Smith & Co., res. 35 Fletcher's av. 

Jones William W., (J.. Davis & Co.,) 3 
Odd Fellows Hall^ res, 332 n. Ala- 
bama. 

Jordon Anna M. Miss, saleswoman, 8 n. 
Pennsylvania, bds. 74 w. North. 

Jordan Finies, express driver, res. 492 n. 
Mississippi. 

Jordan John, grocer, 162 w. Washington, 
res, 172 n, Mississippi, 

Jordan William, barber, res. 206 Indi- 
ana av. 

Jordan Mary E., student, Indiana Fe- 
male (vollege, cor. Meridian and New 
York. 



Jordan Lewis, (Perkins, Sayler & J,,) 
room 4, ^tna bldg., n, Pennsylva- 
nia, res. 152 n. Meridian, cor. New 
York. 
Jordon P. G., freight delivering clerk, 
American and U. S, Express Co.'s, 
34 e. Washington, res. 492 n, Mis- 
sissippi. 

Jose Nicholas, second-hand furniture, 8 
s. Pennsylvania, res. on Pleasant 
run, s. city limits. 

Joseph George W., clerk. Adjutant Gen- 
eral's office, res. 29 California. 

Joseph J. G., bds. 193 n. East. 

Joseph Richard C, insurance and claim 
agt., cor. Washington and Meridian, 
res. 290 California, 

Josey Albert, lab,, res, 66 Railroad. 

JOURNAL BUILDING, 
e. Market, cor. Circle. 

Jowett Samuel, moulder. Eagle Machine 
Works, bds. South, bet. Canal and 
Mississippi. 

Judah Samuel B , duputy clerk, Supreme 
Court, office State House, bds. 88 w. 
Ohio. 

Judd Frederick, carder, Merritt& Cough- 
len, res. n. Blake. 

Judge Annie Miss, res. 467 Rosette. 

Judge James, lab., res. 47 Wyoming. 

Judson Charles E., book-keeper, Judson 
& Dodd, 135 n. Illinois. 

JUDSON & DODD, 

(William J. & John W. D.,) coffee 
and spice mills, 251 and 253 e. 
Washington. 

Judson William, (J. & Dodd,) 251 and 253 
e. Washington, res, cor. Meridian 
and New York. 

Julian J. N., student, commercial college, 
bds. 29 w. Ohio. 

Julian John W,, express messenger, 
American Express Co., res. 29 e, 
Ohio, 

Julow Henry, shoe-maker, 106 s. Merid- 
ian, res. same. 

Junken Richard C, traveling agt., R. L. 
Lukens, bds. House of Lords, w. 
Washington. 

Junken Samuel W,, book-keepor, R, L. 
Lukens, res. 165 Huron. 

Justison Andrew, lab., res. 240 West, 

Justice Logan L., carpenter, res, 313 e. 
Georgia. 

Jut Frederick, lab., res. 233 Blake. 



KAFINAN LOUIS, butcher, 97 e. 
Washington, bds. 252 s, Delaware. 
Kagen Hubert, plasterer, bds. 49 Brad- 

shaw. 
Kahili John, policeman, third word, res. 
81 w. St. Clair. 



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Kahili Mary, (wid.) Hugh, res. 347 w. 
Washington. 

Kahle Matthew S., salesman, Stewart & 
Morgan, bds. Pyle House, n. Merid- 
ian. 

Kahn Abraham, clothing and furnishing 
goods, 33 w. Washington, res. 226 e. 
New York. 

Kahn Adolphus, salesman, 2 Palmer 
House, res. 184 Virginia av. 

Kahn Isaac, salesman, 33 w. Washing- 

■ ton, bds. 226 e. New York. 

Kahn Leon, (S. K. & Bro.,) 45 and 47 e. 
Washington, res. 164 n. East. 

Kahn Samuel, (S'. K. & Bro.,) res. 283 
e. Market. 

Kahn S. & Bro., (Samuel &• Leon K.,) 
German Dry Goods Store, 45 and 47 
e. Washington. 

Kahoa Michael, clerk, p. o., bds. Temper- 
ance House, Pennsylvania. 

Kaiecel Henry, tanner, res. 331 e. Geor- 
gia. 

Kain Harriet, servant, 42 s. Illinois. 

KAISER CHARLES, 

saloon, 208 e. Washington, res. 
same. 

Kaiser John, machinist, Sinker & Co. 

Kalamer Henry, lab., res. 249 s. Ala- 
bama. 

Kalb Frederick, grocer, 310 Winston, 
res. same. 

Kalb Henry, street lamp-lighter, res. 164 
e. St. Joseph. 

Kalb John, tinner, 67 and 69 w. Wash- 
ington, res. 164 e. St. Joseph. 

Kalb Philip, lab., res. 127 e. St. Mary. 

Kalwes Fred. W., carpenter. Forest av,, 
city limits. 

Kane Charles S., (J. Dorman & Co.,) 69 
8. Illinois, res. same. 

Kantchman Abraham, shoe-maker, 76 e, 
Washington, bds. 12 s. Pennsylva- 
nia. 

Kantman Julius, machinist, Eagle Foun- 
dry, bds. Concordia House. 

Kantman Julius, piano-maker, bds. Union 
Hall. 

Kantmann Charles J., (Jones, Davis & 
Co.,) 3 Odd Fellows Hall, res. 25 s. 
Delaware. 

Kantz Adam, lab., 483 Rosette. 

Kaohnnan^ Peter, moulder, res. 335 8. 
Delaware. 

Kappes J. Henry, (E. C. Atkins & Co.,) 
res. 132 e. North. 

Karkhoff Frederick, lab., res. 271 Union. 

Karle Christian, (K. & Mode,) boots and 
shoes, 83 e. Washington, res. 82 s. 
Delaware. 

Karle C. & Co., (Christian K. & Michael 
Mode,) boots and shoes, 83 e. Wash- 
ington. 



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SEWING MACHINES, 

At No. 21 East Washington Street, 
LNMIANAPOLIS. 



Karle Joseph J., shoe-maker, 59 e. South, 
res. same. 

Karney John, • (Dunn & K.,) res. e. s. 
Delaware, bet. Merrill and McCarty. 

Kasberg Joseph, book-binder, 71 w. 
Washington, res. 71 Hosbrook. 

Kasberg Peter, moulder, res. 71 Hos- 
brook. 

Kaser Michael, lab,, res. 255 s. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Kassabaum Frederick, wood-sawyer, res. 
592 e. St. Clair. 

Katerow M., teamster, res. 143 Bright. 

Katzenstein Julius, (K., Wachtel & Co.,) 
3 Bates House, res. 188 w. Ohio. 

Katzenstein, Watchel & C, (Julius K,, 
Moses W. & William S. Tucker,) 
merchant tailors and clothiers, 3 
Bates House, w. Washington. 

Kaufman A,, salesman, 213 e. Washing- 
ton, res. 389 n. Pennsylvania. 

Kaufman Anthony, second-hand store, 
295 e. Washington, res. same. 

Kaufman Moses, butcher shop, 267 n. 
East, res. same. 

Kaufman Solomon, bourbon and rye 
whisky, 213 e. Washington, res. n. 
Pennsylvania, out city limits. 

Kautman Julius, machinist, Eagle Ma- 
chine Works, bds. California House. 

Kavanaugh Lawrence, blacksmith, res. 
alley, 8. of Madison engine house. 

Kaivsebaum Frederick W., res. 592 e. 
St. Clair. 

Kay Joseph, wagon-maker, 281 w. Wash- 
ington, res. 211 Missouri. 

Kayle Frank, hack-driver, res. 136 n. 
Noble. 

Kayler William, white-washer, res. 106 
Davidson. 

Kalorne Thomas, coal-driver, Ross' coal 
yard, bds. 199 w. Maryland. 

Keane James, helper, Rolling Mill, res. 
149 s. Missouri. 

Keane Thomas, lab., res. last house, Ne- 
braska. 

Kearney John, (Dunn & Kearney,) res. 
307 s. Delaware. 

KEARK^S L. G. & CO., 
grocery, 399 n. Illinois. 

Kearsey Noah, (Fowler & K.,) res. 322 e. 
Washington. 



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We copy to any size from old Daguerreotypes, Ambrotypes or old Photograps, and finish in Oil Colors, 

Water Colors and India Ink, by the best artists, and mounted on cards of the best 

material and warranted to give satisfaction in every instance. 

A. R. MILLER, Proprietor. 

R. D. LOGAN. B. F. BROWN. W. A. glPE. 

LOGAN, BROWN & SIPE, 

ATTORNEYS AT LAW, 

INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA. 





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Bankruptcy, and Criminal Defenses in all parts of the State. 

Office, in Bee Hive Block, N. W. Cor, of Washington and iVIeridian Streets. 

LOUIS SIERSDORFER, 

MAITUFACTUIIER AND DEALER IN 

FASHIONABLE BOOTS and SHOES 

GOMPRISINO 

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Keaser Joanna M., inmate Deaf and 

Dumb Asylum, res. Evansville, Van- 

derberg co., Ind. 
Keater Louisa, ( wid.) Gothlop, washerwo- 
man, res. 156 e. St. Joseph. 
Keating Seffery, lab., 207 High. 
KEATINGE JOSEPH J., 

teacher vocal music, res. 79 Indiana 

av. 
Keedy Julia Ann, inmate Deaf and Dumb 

Asylum, res. Elkhart, Elkhart co., 

Ind. 
Keel Conrad, pump-maker, res. 191 n. 

Liberty. 
Keely Alfred, brick-layer, res. 94 s. 

Liberty. 
Keely Daniel, brick-mason, res. 203 

Winston. 
Keely & Doglers, (Joseph J. K. & D.,) 

carpenters, Michigan, bet. Alabama 

and New Jersey. 
Keely Henry S,, brick-mason, res. 146 

Winston. 
Keely Isaac, brick-mason, res. 210 Wins- 
ton. 
Keely Joseph J., (K. & Doglers,) res. 26 

Lockerbie. 
Keely Oliver, brick-mason, res. 301 e. 

Ohio. 
Keely William, brick-mason, res. 309 e. 

Ohio. 
Keely William, carpenter, res. 158 e. 

Michigan. 
Keely William H,, carpenter, res. 26 

Lockerbie. 
Keen John, bar-keeper, 202 w. Washing- 
ton, bds, 184 s. East. 
Keen Lawrance, shoe-maker, res. 134 s. 

East, 
Keenan Bernard, spectacle peddler, bds. 

144 n. Tennessee. 
Keenan Felix, speculator, bds. Wiles 

House, w. Maryland. 
Keenan Margaret, (wid.) Thomas, res. 

105 s. Noble. 
Keers Samuel, flour-jacker, Hoosier 

State Mills, res. 25 Blake. 
Keers William, miller. White Rose Mills, 

res. 23 Douglas. 
Keese Hiram W., locomotive engineer, 

L & C. R. R., bds. Ray House. 
Keeser George, toll-gate keeper. West- 
field pike. 
Keesee George L., carpenter, res. 409 s. 

Illinois. 
Kefeder Joseph, stone-cutter, res. 461 s. 

Illinois. 
Keil Conrad, (Hasket & K.,) res. 191 n. 

Noble. 
Keisel John candy-maker, bds. 329 e. 

Michigan. 
Keiser Charles A,, cigar-maker, 30 w. 

Louisiana, res. 47 w. Second. 



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A Favorite Establishment, with Good Stock. 
See eard, page 62. 

Keiser John, lab., res. 15 n. New Jersey. 

Kelleher James, shoe-maker, res. 93 Co- 
burn. 

Kellerher Maria, (wid.) John, bds. 29 
Henry. 

Kellerher Michael, lab., bds. 93 Coburn. 

Keller Annie Miss, bds. 65 w. South. 

Keller Daniel, stone-cutter, res. 466 s. 
East. 

Keller Jacob, wagon-maker, bds. 240 s. 
Delaware. 

Keller William, machinist, Sinker & Co. 

Keller William, lab., res. 131 e. McCarty. 

Keller Zacharia R., engineer, res. 159 
Meek. 

Kellermeir Henry, lab., C. & I. C. freight 
depot. 

Kellermeir Louisa, servant, 80 n. New 
Jersey. 

Kelley Andrew, compositor. Herald book 
and job room, 16^ e. Washington, 
bds. 24 Buchanan. 

Kelley Benjamin G., (Gates, Pray & Co.,) 
bds. 91 n. Delaware. 

Kellogg Charles C, carpenter, res. 196 
w. Ohio. 

Kellogg Newton, edge tool manf., 411 
w. Washington, res. 47 n. West. 

Kelly Cornelius, lab., res. 340 s. Mis- 
souri. 

Kelly Cornelius, carriage-painter, bds. 
Pyle House. 

Kelly Elias, (coL,) porter, Vinnedge's 
wholesale store, bds. 228 w. Ver- 
mont. 

Kelly James, huckster, res. 128 s. Me- 
ridian. 

Kelly James, (K. & Noble,) res. 381 n. 
Illinois. 

Kelly Jenny Mrs., (wid.) James, res. 153 
w. South. 

Kelly John B., painter, res. 315 Vir- 
ginia av. 

Kelly Maria, baker,' Institute for the 
Blind, bds. same. 

Kelly Mary, servant, 95 n. Meridian. 

Kelly Patrick, lab., res. 24 Buchanan. 

Kelly Robert H., res. 483 n. Meridian. 

Kelly Thomas, boot and shoe-maker, res. 
45 s. Benton. 

Kelly William, turner, Osgood, Smith & 
Co., res. 342 s. Meridian. 



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MANNING, RAMSAY & CO. 

GAS FIXTURES, 

No. 82 WEST WASHINGTON STREET. 
See card, page 162. 

Kelly William J., inmate Deaf and 
Dumb Asylum, res. Lynnville, War- 
rick CO., Ind. 

Kellish Martin, butcher, res. 338 Madi- 
son av. 

KEMKER CHARLES, 

(J. C. Brinkmeyer & Co.,) 104 s. 
Meridian, res. 190 n. East. P. 54, 

Kemmet George, apprentice, res. 197 s. 
Meridian. 

Kemp John, student commercial college. 

Kemp Olmstead, (col.,) lab. 

KEMPER JOHN M., 

carpenter, res. n. w. cor. South and 
New Jersey. 

Kemper William H., carpenter, res. 178 
South. 

Kendall John, tailor, 188 w. Washing- 
ton, res. 172 w. Washington. 

Kendall J. McD., compositor. Herald 
office, bds. 57 Merrill. 

Kendrick William H., physician, 73 n. 
East, res. same. 

Keneaster N. D., propr. Exchange Bil- 
liard Rooms, 33| n. Illinois, res. 
Martinsburg, West Virginia. 

Kenidy James, machinist, Sinker & Co. 

Kenidy John, boiler-maker, Sinker & Co. 

KENNEDY, BYRaM & CO., 

(R. Frank K,, Norman S. B. & Ed- 
ward G. Cornelius,) jobbers in dry 
goods and notions, 108 s. Meridian. 

Kennedy James, bar-tender, res. 177 e. 
South. 

Kennedy James, blacksmith, res. 47 
Benton. 

Kennedy John, bell-boy. Palmer House. 

Kennedy John, boiler-maker, res. 247 s. 
Missouri. 

Kennedy John M., street contractor, res. 
340 Indiana av. 

Kennedy Michael, res. 179 e. South. 

Kennedy Michael, tailor, 29 Kentucky 
av., res. same. 

Kennedy Patrick, rolling mill hand, res. 
175 e. South. 

Kennedy R. Frank, (K., Byram & Co.,) 
108 s. Meridian, res. 247 n. Meridian. 

Kennedy Robert, druggist, 47 s. Illinois. 

Kennedy Samuel, carpenter, bds. ,74 n. 
Pennsylvania. 

Kennedy Thomas, lab., res. 179 e. South. 



Kennedy Thomas, salesman, Browning & 

Sloan, bds. 230 n. Tennessee. 
Kennedy William A., salesman, 108 s. 

Meridian, bds. 247 n. Meridian. ■ 
Kenney Cornelius, porter, Cincinnati 

freight depot, res. 270 St. Clair. 
Kenney Thomas, tailor, 39 e. Washing- 
ton, res. 68 s. West. 
Kenney Walter, lab., res. 484 e. Georgia. 
Kenney Con, asst. switchman, I. C. & L. 

R. R., res. s. e. cor. St. Clair and James. 
Kenny James S., stone-cutter, bds. 38 s. 

Tennessee. 
Kennington John, works City Gas Works, 

res. 288 s. Alabama. 
Kennington Moses, blacksmith, res. 248 

w. McCarty. 
Kennington Robert, bar-keeper, res. 20 

e. Merrill. 
Kensel George, saloon, 123 s, Illinois, res. 

same. 
Kent William H., cigar-maker, 209 e. 

Washington, bds. 262 e. Washington. 
Kenyon Addison G., off-bearer, McCord 

& Wheatley, bds. 318 Massachusetts 

av. 
Kenyon Isaac L., mechanic, McCord & 

Wheatley, bds. 318 MaRsachusetts 

av. 
Kenyon John H., mechanic, McCord & 

Wheatley, res. 318 Massachusetts av. 
Kepner Mary J., inmate Deaf and Dumb 

Asylum, res. Renssellaer, Jasper co., 

Ind. 
Keppel Henry, heater, rolling mill, res. 

225 s. Tennessee. 
Keppel Jacob, works rolling mill, res. 36 

. Henry. 
Keppel Martin, eating house, 36 w. Lou- 
isiana, res. same. 
Kercheval William J., book-keeper, Dor- 

sey & Layman, res. 378 n. Delaware. 
Kerfoot Richard A., salesman, 27 n. Penn- 
sylvania, res. 76 n. New Jersey. 
Kerley Susannah, (wid.) Zachariah, res. 

228 s. Noble. 
Kern Casper, journeyman carpenter, res. 

292 e. Michigan. 
Kern Jacob, (L. & J. K.,) 26 Fort Wayne 

av., res. New Jersey, bet. Walnut 

and North. 
Kern Louis, (L. & J. K.,) bds. Winston, 

bet. Michigan and North. 
KERN L. & J., 

(Louis & Jacob K.,) soda water manfs, 

26 Fort Wayne av. See card page 54. 
Kerper Charles, boarding house, 73 w. 

Maryland. 
Kersh John, sawyer, Osgood, Smith & Co., 

res. 105 s. Meridian. 
Kersey Oliver, carpenter, res. 240 Union. 
Kesch Louis, bar-keeper,Lafayette House, 

bds. same. 



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Kesner Frederick, salesman, Fishback's 
leather store, res. 348 s. Delaware. 

KESTNER ADAM, 

propr. California House, 184 s. Illi- 
nois. 

Ketcham John L., (K. & Mitchell, and 
Indiana Banking Co,,) 19^ e. Wash- 
ington, res. 8. e. cor. Alabama and 
Merrill. 

KETCHAM & MITCHELL, 

(John L. K. & James M.,) attorneys 
at law, over 21 e. Washington. 

Ketcham Juliet, milliner, 58 n. Illinois, 
res. 122 n. Illinois. 

Kitchen John M., physician. Deaf and 
Dumb Asylum. 

Kettenback Edward, (K. & Newmeyer,) 
res. 279 Massachusetts av. 

KETTENBACK & NEWMEY- 
ER, (Edward K. & Julius N.,) gro- 
cers, 273, 275 and 277 Massachu- 
setts av. 

Kevers John EI., grocer, 525 n. Missis- 
sippi, res. same. 

Keys William A., marble-cutter, res. 94 
s. Meridian. 

Keyser George W., plumber, Banning, 
Ramsey & Co., 82 w. Washington, 
res. Broadway. 

Kief John, res. 43 Huron. 

Kief Michael, lab., res. 212 e. South. 

Kiefer Augustus, (K. & Vinton,) 26 s. 
Meridian, res. 483 n. Illinois. 

Kiefer Jacob, machinist. Sinker & Co. 

Kiefer Jacob A., confectioner, 21 Massa- 
chusetts av., res. same. 

Kiefer & Vinton, (A. K. & A. E. V.,) 
wholesale druggists, 26 s. Meridian. 

Kiershman Martin, varnisher, Spiegle, 
Thoms & Co., res. 183 Meek. 

Kightley John W., traveling agt., res. 176 
n.East. 

Kiker John, lab., res. 285 n. Noble. 

Kilbert Jeremiah, (col.,) express driver, 
Braden & Co., res. 89 w. Georgia. 

KILGORE ALFRED, 

district attorney, U. S. district court, 
for the district of Indiana,ofiQce room 
7 p. 0. bldg., 2d floor, res. Muncie, 
Ind. 

KILGORE & HELMS, 

(John D. K. & Lewis A. H.,) den- 
tists, room 19 Miller's blk., n. Illi- 
nois. See card, page 54. 

Kilgore John, carpenter, res. 34 Thomas. 

KILGORE JOHN D., 

(K. & Helms,) bds. 60 w. Market. 

Killen Jane, servant, J. S. Newman, 243 
n. Pennsylvania. 

Killoren Thomas, driver, 144 s. Alabama, 
bds. cor. Maryland and Missouri. 

Killroy Daniel, carpenter, res. 26 Lou- 
isiana. 



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See card and cut of machine, page vi. 



KIMBALL EBEN W., 

counselor at law, notary public and 
U. S. commissioner, 46 e. Washing- 
ton, res. 382 n. Meridian. See card 
page 66. 

Kimball James N., clerk, treas. of State, 
28 Kentucky av., bds. 475 n. Illinois. 

KIMBALL NATHAN, 

treas. of State, 28 Kentucky av,, res. 
475 n. Illinois. 

Kimball George H., carpenter, res. 389 s. 
East. 

Kimble Thomas V., (Roll, K. & Aikman,) 
123 s. Meridian, res. 275 Indiana av. 

Kincly Deerfield, soap-maker, bds. s. 
West. 

Kindel Joseph, foreman, 24 e. Georgia, 
res. 19 Madison av. 

Kindler. Charles, locksmith, 60 n. Penn- 
sylvania, res. 225 s. West. 

Kindley James, bookbinder, 79 w. Wash- 
ington, bds. s. Mississippi. 

Kines Edward, blacksmith, B. F. Haugh 
& Co., bds. n. Tennessee. 

King Christian, carpenter, res. 123 e. 
McCarty. 

KING CORNELIUS, 

lumber merchant, cor. St. Clair and 
Alabama, res. beyond city limits, on 
Millersville pike. 

King David, carpenter, res. 261 n. Mis- 
sissippi. 

KING EDWARD, 

secy, and treas. Bellefontaine R. R., 
res. 2 miles e. National rd. 

King Elizabeth, (wid.) George H., res. 218 
Huron. 

King George, journeyman carpenter, res. 
272 e. St. Clair. 

King George, bar-tender, 48 s. Meridian, 
up stairs, res. 48 s. East. 

KING GEORGE E., 

clerk, Bellefontaine R. R. office, res. 
2 miles e. National rd. 

King Henry, railroader, bds. Little's 
Hotel. 

King Honora, waiter, Palmer House, bds. 
same. 

King Ira S., (L S. K. & Co.,) 172 w. 
Washington, res. same. 

King Isiah, blacksmith, 287 e. Washing- 
ton, res. 218 Huron. 



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King Jacob, pattern-maker, Smethers & 
Co., res, 132 w. Vermont. 

King James, shoe maker, n. w. cor. Indi- 
ana av. and Mississippi, bds. 231 n. 
Mississippi. 

King James M., notary public, with J. 
W. Blake & Co., res. 248 s. Merid- 
ian. 

King John, driver, Bingham & Hayden, 
bds.i s. w. cor. South and Alabama. 

King John B., ice dealer, bds. 261 n. 
Mississippi. 

King John W., lab., res. 184 w. Ohio. 

King Kate, (wid.) John H., shirt-maker, 
res. 51 Charles. 

King Myron D., student, bds. 170 n. 
Jackson. 

King Peter, moulder, res. 385 s. Dela- 
ware. 

King & Price, (Ira S. & Louis P.,) drugs 
and medicines, 172 w. Washington. 

King Raber L., brakesman, C. & I. C. R. 
R., res. 462 e. Georgia. 

King S. A., student, commercial college. 

King William, tinsmith, 67 e. Washing- 
ton, bds. s. Delaware. 

King William, book-binder, 79 w. Wash- 
ington, res. out city, Fall creek rd. 

King Thomas D., (J. D. Pattison & Co.,) 
packing house, bds. Bates House. 

Kingman Nelson, book-keeper and cash- 
ier, 66 e. Washington, res. 510 n. 
Delaware. 

Kingsbury Frank H., traveling agt., Star 
Union Freight Line, bds. 97 w. 
Maryland. 

Kingsbury John, clock-maker, res. 237 
Massachusetts av. 

Kingsley Adrial, lab., res. Michigan rd., 
near toll gate. 

Kingston Samuel, painter, res. 231 s. 
Mississippi. 

Kinster Henry, cigar-maker, 138 s. Illi- 
neis, res. Michigan rd. 

Kinkier Henry, porter. Union depot, bds. 
California House, s. Illinois. 

Kinnan Asa S., (Rev.,) pastor, Robert's 
Chapel, res. 67 n. Pennsylvania. 

Kinnan Augustus, general city collector, 
104 Hosbrook. 

Kinney Hannah, servant, 41 Virginia 
av. 

Kinsey J. W., student, commercial col- 
lege, bds. Pattison House, n. Ala- 
bama. 

Kinsley John, lab., res. California, s. of 
Maryland. 

Kinsley Patrick, lab., res. 109 n. West. 

Kinsy Adam, hostler, 23 s. Delaware, res. 
483 s. New Jersey. 

Kirby William L., salesman, 131 s. Me- 
ridian, bds. Rockwell's Dining 
Rooms. 



CITY LAUNDRY, 

Soiled Clothes Thoroughly Renovated. 
No. 22 SOUTH 10:W JERSEY STREET. 

See card, page 2. 



KIRCHNER C. F., 

(K. & Davis,) res. 18 e. Michigan. 
See card. 

KIRCHNER & DAVIS, 

(C. F. K. & R. L. D.,) State agts., 
Economical Mutual. Life Insurance 
Co., of R. L, office room 5, Langs- 
dale's blk., 14 n. Delaware. See 
card, page 82. 

Kircheval William J., book-keeper, 64 e. 
Washington, res. 378 n. Delaware. 

Kirk Daniel D., turner, Spiegle, Thoms & 
Co, res. 131 Meek. 

Kirk Elizabeth Mrs., milliner, 75 n. 
Pennsylvania, res. same. 

Kirk Nathaniel, res. 75 n. Pennsylvania. 

Kirkendall Warren A., conductor, Lafay- 
ette R. R., res. 330 e. Louisiana. 

Kirkpatrick John, physician, cor. Mary- 
land and Illinois, res. 429 n. Merid- 
ian. 

Kirkwood Adam, fireman, C. & I. C. R. 
R., bds. 18 Lord. 

Kirkwood Alexander W., fireman, I. & C. 
R. R., bds. Ray House. 

Kirkwood George, engineer, res. 165 
Bates. 

Kirkwood John, lab., bds. 38 Lord. 

Kirkwood John, millwright, 132 s. Penn- 
sylvania, res. Fayetteville. 

Kirland Catharine Mrs., (wid.) Michael, 
res. 274 s. Meridian. 

Kirn Casper, <3abinet-maker, Spiegel, 
Thoms & Co., 392 e. Michigan. 

Kirst Augustus, butcher, res. 184 Madi- 
son av. 

Kise Elijah, teamster, res. 388 Indiana 
av. 

Kise John W., teamster, res. 388 Indi- 
ana av. 

Kishner Frederick, salesman, John Fish- 
back, res. 311 s. Pennsylvania. 

Kising Louis, musician, res. Blake, bet. 
Washington and Market. 

Kisaell Harriet, (wid.) Jacob W. K., sew- 
ing, res. 233 n. West. 

KISSELL JACOB W., 

saloon, 255 w. Washington, res. 22 s. 
West. 
Kissell J. W. Mrs., milliner and dress- 
maker, 22 s. West, res. same. 



See the immense number of articles mentioned on pages 38 and 150. 



136 



LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 



OFFICE OF THE 

Connecticut Mutual 

LIFE INSUEANCE COMPANY, 

OF HARTFORD, GONN. 

EDEN'S BLOCK. ■ See pages 74 & 154. 



Kissling John, bar-keeper, 180 South, 
bds. same. 

Kistner Henry, shoe-maker, 127 w. 
Washington, res. 127 s. Tennessee. 

Kistner John G., boots and shoes, 83 s. 
Illinois, res. same. 

KITCHEN JOHN M., 

physician and surgeon, Vinton's 
blk., opp. p. 0., res. 147 n. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Kittle Josiah H., carpenter, res. 87 Co- 
burn. 

Kitzmiller William, engineer, Emerson, 
Beam & Co., res. 237 w. Market. 

Kizer Adam, (Hulter & K.,) w. National 
rd., opp. Insane Asylum, res. same. 

Kizer Charles, meat market, 751 n. Illi- 
nois, res. same. 

Kizer Samuel, plasterer, res. 96 s. East. 

Klare Frederick, saloon-keeper, res. n. 
w. cor. Union and Race. 

Klausner Joseph, moulder, Terra Cotta 
Works, res. Bluff rd. 

Klefker Henry, tailor, 04 e. Washington, 
res. 53 Harrison. 

Klein John G., (Vondergetten & K,,) res. 
279 n. Liberty. 

Klein M. C, watch-maker, 7 w. Wash- 
ington, bds. Pyle House, n. Merid- 
ian. 

Klemm Louis, teacher, German English 
school, bds. 385 n. Pennsylvania. 

Kleinsmath William, bar-keeper, Lion 
Gardem, bds, same. 

Kline Flora Mrs., milliner, 44 s. Illinois, 
res. same. 

Kline Fred., engineer, res. 154 Huron. 

Kline Frederick, bar-keeper, n. e. cor. 
Meridian and McCarty, bds. same. 

Kline George, (Vondergotten & K., } 37 
s. Illinois, res. 279 n. East. 

Kline Jane, inmate Deaf and Dumb Asy- 
lum, res, Lafayette. 

Kline Joseph, inmate Deaf and Dumb 
Asylum, res. Lafayette. 

Kline Joseph, salesman, 67 e. Washing- 
ton, res. 376 s. Alabama. 

Kline Solomon, journeyman carpenter, 
res. 389 n. West, 

Kling John, inmate Deaf and Dumb Asy- 
lum, res. Palestine, Kosciusko co., 
Ind. 



Klingensmith Israel, (McCord & K.,) 

bds. 478 n. Tennessee. 
KLIGENSMITH JACOB, 

commercial broker, room 4, Blake's 
row, w. Washington, res. 478 n. 
Tennessee. 

Klingensmith John, grocery, 180 w. 
Washington, bds. same. 

Klink Thomas, stone-cutter, res. 299 s. 
New Jersey. 

Klob John, lab., bds. 54 Hosbrook. 

Klumpp Frederick, brewer, Meikel's 
brewery, 215 w. Maryland, res. 202 
w. Maryland. 

Klusman Fred, messenger, 8 w. Washing- 
ton, res. 123 e. St. Mary. 

Klusman Louis, tailor, res. 123 e. St. 
Mary. 

Knaorzer Michael, lab. res. 218 Union. 

Knapton James, stone-cutter, res. 458 e. 
Georgia. 

Knapton Thomas, stone-cutter, res. 458 
e. Georgia. 

Knaur George, gardener, res. e. s. Na- 
tional rd., w. White river bridge. 

Knefler Charles, book-keeper, 64 s. Me- 
ridian, rooms Yohn's blk. 

Knefler Fred, (Hanna & K.,) res. 466 n. 
Pennsylvania. 

Kneip John, carpenter, res. 294 n. Lib- 
erty. 

Knerzer George, (Geis & K.,) 76 s. Dela- 
ware, res. same. 

KNETZER FRANK, 

(Buchanan & K,,) res. n. s. Ohio. bet. 
Noble and Liberiy. 

Kniffen Margaret, servant, Rev. G, C. 
Heckman, 331 n. Pennsylvania. 

Knight E., boarding house, 124 s. Meri- 
dian, res. same. 

Knight John, (Cottrell & K.,) res. 304 n. 
Delaware. 

Knight J. Newton, (K. & Lloyd,) alley 
rear 25 w. Washington, res. cor. Ten- 
nessee and Second. 

KNIGHT & LLOYD, 

(J. Newton K. & Sam'l. L.,) painters, 

rear 25 w. Washington. 
Knight William, brick-layer, bds. Nagle 

House. 
Knighton Charles J., planing mill, cor. 

Market and Winston, res. Illinois, 

bet. Sixth and Seventh. 
Knipe William, packer, New York store, 

res. 144 n. Tennessee. 
Knippenberg Henry, (E. C. Atkins & 

Co.,) bds. 132 e. North. 
Knippenberg Jacob, clerk. New York 

store, bds. 132 e. North. 

KNODLE A., 

boots and shoes, 32 e. Washington, 
res. 8 Indiana av. 



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137 



Kncdle George, salesman, 82 e. Wash- 
ington, res. 80 w. Ohio. 
Knoll Samuel, (col.,) barber, n.' w. cor. 
Washington and Pennsylvania, res. 
n. Pennsylvania, bet. Market and 
Ohio. 

Knoll Samuel, (col.,) servant, 92 n. Penn- 
sylvania. 

Knopf Michael, lab., res. 128 n. Noble. 

Knotts N. K., sign painter, 18 s. Meri- 
dian, res. 289 w. Michigan. 

Knowenberger George, tailor, res. 2 
Dougherty. 

Knos Joseph, lab., res. 272 n. Vermont. 

KoartFrederickj'watchman, Helwig, Rob- 
erts & Co., res. 475 w. Michigan. 

Koch Frederick, clerk, 175 s. Tennessee, 
bds. same. 

Koch Thomas, salesman, Helwig, Rob- 
erts & Co., res. 16 Lockerbie. 

.Koehler John, (K. & Laaz,) res. 244 n. 
Noble. 

Koehler & Laaz, (John K. & Jacob L.,) 
grocers, 247 n. Noble. 

Koehne Charles, (H. Lieber & Co.,) 21 n. 
Pennsylvania, res. n. Delaware, bet. 
Pratt and St. Joseph. 

Koeneger George, saloon-keeper, 338 s. 
Meridian, res. same. 

Koffman Abby, inmate Deaf and Dumb 
Asylum, res. Lafayette, Tippecanoe 
CO. Ind. 

Koffman Benhardd, clerk, 119 s. Illinois, 
res. Alabama. 

Cofman G. Adam, collar-maker, 76 s. Del- 
aware, res. same. 

Kohl Peter, porter, Hume, Adams & Co., 
26 and 28 w. Washington, bds. Kolb 
House. 

Kohl Peter, waiter, California House. 

Kohn Joseph, clothing, 80 w. Washing- 
ton, res. same. 

Kolb George, brewer, res. 284 e. Louisi- 
ana. 

KOLB LOUIS. 

plain and ornamental job turner^ 23 
e. South, res. 17 e. South. 

Kolb William, boarding house, 23 Ken- 
tucky av. 

Kollesh Martin, butcher, 22 Bates House, 
res. 338 Madison av. 

Kolp David H., blacksmith. Root's foun- 
dry, res. 43 Blake. 

Kolsiheik George, brewer, res. 48 Wyo- 
ming. 

Konkel Jacob, collar-maker, James Sul- 
grove & Son, bds. 451 s. Illinois. 

Koontz George W., clerk, p. o,, res. 382 
n. Tennessee. 

Kordlitzty Henry, carpenter, Helwig, 
Roberts & Co., res. 64 McCarty. 

Korner Christ, tailor, 328 s. Delaware. 



F o i^ 

FINE DRESS GOODS, 

Trimmings and Woolen Goods, 

GO TO THE 

See page 42. 

Kortletzleze Bernard, farmer, res. 64 e . 

McCarty. 
Kortletzleze Makarti, carpenter, res. 64 e. 

McCarty. 
Kosar Anna Maria, midwife, res. 255 s. 

Pennsylvania. 
Kosar John, locksmith, 81 s. Illinois, res. 

225 s. Pennsylvania. 
Koster Joseph, confectioner, 207 Union. 
Koster Jos., pastry-cook. Palmer House. 
Kothe Henry, carpenter, Helwig, Roberts 

& Co., res. 80 Fort Wayne av. 
Kothe William, grocer, 130 n. Davidson, 

res. same. 
Kotpeter Henry, blacksmith, res. 162 

Buchanan. 
Kott John, lab., res. 284 n. Liberty. 
Koune Jacob, carpenter, res. 31 Lord. 
Krag Augustus, traveling agt., Hibben, 

Tarkington & Co., bds. n. Alabama. 
Krag W. A., salesman, 52 s. Meridian. 

bds. n. Delaware, bet. Washington 

and Market. 
Krager Henry, brewer, res. 357 s. Illinois. 
Kramer Andrew, shoe-maker, 175 e. 

Washington, res. 199 n. Liberty. 
Kramer Henry, butcher, 80 Fort Wayne 

av., res. same. 
Kramer Julia, servant, 60 s. Delaware. 
Kramer William, cabinet-maker, res. 333 

s. East. 
Krantz William, lab., res. 46 Hosbrook. 
Krapf Gustavus, (K. & Strothmann,) 176 

s. Illinois, res. in rear. 
Krapf & Strothmann, (Gustavus K. & 

William S.,) grocers and produce 

dealers, 176 s. Illinois. 
Krass Fred'k., servant, 415 n. Meridian. 
Krauger Joseph, cistern builder, res. 267 

e. Market. 
Kraus Christian, watchman, Spiegel, 

Thoms & Co., res terminus Indiana 

av. 
Krauss Charles, messenger,. Citizens' Na- 
tional Bank, res. s. Alabama. 
Krauss George, clerk, 101 e. Washington, 

res. 140 n. East. 
Krauss Jacob, res. 140 n. East. 
Krause R., (Funk, K. & Co.,) res. e. 

Michigan. 
Krauth Elmer, salesman, 14 w. Washing- 
ton, bds. 27 w. First. 



Miller takes a perfect repetition of your face. See page 130, 



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LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 



AMERICAN EXPRESS COMPANY, 

PAID UP CAPITAL, $10,000,000. 



U. S. EXPRESS COMPANY, 

PAID UP CAPITAL, $5,000,000. 



Offices, 34 East Washington Street and at Union Depot, 



INDIANAPOJLIS, INDIANA. 



Three Daily Expresses to New York. 

Three Daily Expresses to Cincinnati. 

Three Daily Epresses to Chicago. 

Three Daily Expresses to St. Louis. 



The above Express Companies nin to and from Indianapolis on the following roads, viz : 

Columbus &. Indianapolis Railway, East and South, American Express. 

Lafayette & Chicago, North-West, American Express. 

Indianapolis & Peru, North-East, East and West, American and United States 
Express. 

Terre Haute & Indianapolis, West, American Express. 

Bellefontaine & Indianapolis, East, American and United States Express. 

And all the Railroads connecting with the above, on Passenger Trains only. 



MONEY PACKAGES, VALUABLES & FREIGHTS 

Carried with safety and dispatch and in charge of special and efficient Messengers. 



Notes, Bills & Drafts Promptly OoUected & Eeady Eeturns made. 

Rates as Low as by any other Kesponsible Express Company. 
MARK YOUR PACKAGES BY THE AMERICAN OR U. S. EXPRESS. 



E. W. SLOANE, 

Superintendent. 



J. BUTTERFIELD, 

Agent, Indianapolis, Ind. 



LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 



139 



Krautlair.Herman, lab., res. 84 s. Liberty. 

Kregar Christian, res. 343 e. McCarty. 

Kregar Frederick, lab., res, 171 s. Me- 
ridian. 

Kreger Henry, currier, Mooney & Co., 
res. 331 e. Georgia. 

Kreger William, currier, Mooney & Co., 
res. e. Ohio, bet. New Jersey and 
East. 

KREGLO CHARLES, 

grocer, 52 Indiana av., res. same. 

Kreglo David, clerk, lumber yard, Mas- 
sachusetts av., res. 228 n. West. 

Kreglo Jacob, carpenter, res. 82 e. St. 
Clair. , ' 

Kretsch Peter, cigars and tobacco, 141 s. 
Illinois, res. 325 s. Meridian. 

Kreuzer John, apprentice Indiana Volks- 
blatt, bds. n. Tennessee cor. Fourth. 

Krieder R. G., res. IW Virginia av. 

Kring Caleb, carpenter, res. 376 s. West. 

Kring John, carpenter, res. 374 s. West. 

Kroma August, shoe-maker, res. 280 e. 
Georgia. 

Krome Frederick, lab,, res,, 148 Huron. 

Krug Gottlieb C, grocer, 24 e. Georgia, 
res. 67 Noble. 

Kruger Christian, (K. & Hillman,) res. 
343 e. McCarty. 

Kruger & Hillman, (Christian K. & Wm. 
H.,) grocers and produce dealers, 
401 Virginia av. 

Kruger Joseph, gas-fitter, Coulter & 
White, res. 267 e. Market. 

Krupp John, collar-maker, J. C. Hereth 
& Bro., 24 n. Delaware. 

Krupp Peter, collar-maker, J. C. Hereth 
& Bro. 

Krusa Henry, lab. res. 80 s. Liberty. 

Krutch Clary, inmate Deaf and Dumb 
Asylum, res. Reynolds, white co., 
Ind. 

Krutzner August, gardener, Deaf and 
Dumb Asylum. 

Krutzer John, tailor, res. n. w. cor. 
Fourth and Tennessee. 

Kudpeter William, tailor, res. 430 s. 
East. 

Kuehn Ernst, tailor, 124 s. Illinois, res. 
123 Spring. 

Kuerzi Rob. Meinard, clerk, Gerhardt & 
Co. 

Kugelman Henry, salesman, 35 w. Wash- 
ington, res. 86 Indiana av. 

Kugelman William, (G. F. Meyer & Co.,) 
35 w. Washington, res. 134 w. Mary- 
land. 

Kughn Phillip, wagon-maker, 160 Ft. 
Wayne av., res. same. 

Kuglman Henry, clerk cigar store, 35 w. 
Washington, res. 234 n. Mississippi. 

Kuhlman E. H. S., saloon, 255 w. Wash- 
ington, res. 22 s. West. 



CABINET-MAKERS' UNION 

Manufacture all kinds of Furniture. 

WAREBOOMS : 

No. 105 EAST WASHINGTON STREET, 

See card, page viii. 



Kuhlman Julia, servant, J. Kappes, 132 
e. North. 

Kuhn August, salesman, 131 s. Meridian, 
bds. California House, s. Illinois. 

Kuhn Phillip, fireman, C. & L C. R. R., 
bds. n. w. cor. Ft. Wayne av. and 
New Jersey. 

Kuhn William, baker, 150 n. East, res. 
same. 

Kulthuff Henry, blacksmith, n. side 
Washington, feet. Noble and Wins- 
ton, res. Michigan rd. near corpora- 
tion line. 

Kunkel Beahardt, cigar-maker, 61 e. 
Washington, res. 451 s. Illinois. 

Kunkel Charles, driver, John Hauck, 
bds. 434 Virginia av. 

Kunkel John A., cigar-maker, 35 w. 
Washington, bds. Union Hall, e. 
Washington. 

Kuntz Jacob, carpenter, res. 25 Lord. 

Kunz Edward, machinist. Eagle Machine 
Works, bds. California House. 

Kurse Christian, carpenter, bds. 15 e. 
McCarty. 

Kuster Thader, lab., res. 265 Union. 

Kutzleb Robert, painter, res. 247 s. Del- 
aware. 

Kyle William M., inmate Deaf and Dumb 
Asylum, res. Albany, Delaware co., 
Ind. 

LACK RUDOLPH, clerk, Harrisons, 
Bank, 15 e. Washington, bds. 252 n. 
Meridian. 

Lacy George J., paper-maker, Mclean, 
Mclntire & Hayes, res. 375 w. Wash- 
ington. 

LADIES' FASHION BA- 
ZAAR, Mrs. D. W. Blair, proprietess, 
24 n. Pennsylvania. See card, page 
14. 

La Dow Daniel, (La D., Miller & Wise,) 
marble Horks, 120 s. Illinois, bds. 
Oriental House. 

LA DOW, WINDER & WISE, 
(Daniel La D., John H. Winder & 
John Wise,) Foreign and American 
Marble works, 20 s. Illinois. 

LAFAYETTE & INDIANAPO- 
LIS freight depot, w. side Mississip- 
pi, bet. North and Walnut. 



See Samuel Taggart's card, on page !26, 



140 



LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 



State Oammercial and Advocate 

CIRCULATES TO 

EVERY TQ-WN IN THE STATE. 

See page 166. 



Laliman Frederick, shoe-maker, res. 31 
Madison av. 

Lahrman Paul, harness-maker, Reyer & 
Thorns, res. 25 w. St. Clair. 

Lair Jacob, journeyman carpenter, res. 
151 Winston. 

Laird Charles P., agt. Continental Fire 
Insurance Co. of New York, 35 e. 
Washington, res. 36 Cherry. 

Laird John P., carpenter, res. 68 s. 
Noble. 

Laird William H., book-keeper, Kiefer & 
Vinton, res. 554 n. Illinois. 

Lake Ellis S., farmer, res. 265 s. Meri- 
dian. 

Lake Joseph, carpenter, res. 169 Massa- 
chusetts av. 

Lally Thomas, tailor, res. 225 w. South. 

Lalsen Jens, tailor, res. 331 s. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Lamb Peter, drayman, res. 251 s. Ten- 
nessee. 

Lamb Samuel, sheriff supreme court, res. 
102 Pratt, cor. Delaware. 

Lamb W. C, law student, with Charles 
A. Ray, room 2, 2d floor, cor. Ten- 
nessee and Market, res. same. 

Lambert David M., lab., res. 268 w. Mer- 
rill. 

LAMBERT JAMES M., 

turner. Last and Peg Factory, res. 
158 s. East. 

Lambert Joseph, lab., res. 373 w. Wash- 
ington. 

Lambert M,, (Jennings L. & Baxter.) 
Kentucky av., opp. Cemetery, res. 
Merrill, bet. West and California. 

Lambert Susan, servant, 84 Massachu- 
setts av. 

Lame John, res. 313 s. Delaware. 

Lamley George, sexton, Roberts Chapel 
n. e. cor. Market and Pennsylvania, 
res. same. 

Lamotte Charles, (L, & Son.,) bds. 192 
Massachusetts av. 

Lamotte Joseph, (L. & Son.,) res. 192 
Massachusetts av. 

Lamotte & Son, (Joseph L. & Charles,) 
tinners and stove dealers, 192 Mas- 
sachusetts av. 

Landers Frank, (L. & Co.,) 58 s. Meridi- 
an, res. 402 n. Pennsylvania. 



LANDERS & CO., 

(Frank L., A. N. Clark, G. W. Gei- 
ger, G. Milton Cox & J. C. Mc- 
Cutcheon,) jobbers of dry goods 
and notions, 58 s. Meridian. 

Landers John, employe, American Ex- 
press Co., Union Depot. 

Landers Jobn, (Pee, Conduitt & Co.,) 116 
s. Meridian, res. West Newton, Ind. 

Landers Thomas, lab., res. 200 e. Mc- 
Carty. 

Landig John, inmate Deaf and Dumb 
Asylum, res. Huntington, Hunting- 
ton CO., Ind. 

Landing William, porter. Palmer House, 
res. 300 s. Illinois. 

Landis Jacob, livery stable, cor. Pearl 
and Pennsylvania, res. 128 w. Mary- 
land. 

Landis Milton M., asst. supt., and agt. 
White Line Central Transit Co., res. 
506 n. Meridian. 

Landon William, (col.,) porter. Palmer 
House. 

Lane Greene, (col.,) servant, Indianapo- 
lis Female Institute, n. e. cor. Penn- 
sylvania and Michigan. 

Lane John, brick-mason, res. 138 David- 
son. 

Lane John A., driver, 146 s. Pennsylva- 
nia, bds. 122 e. Pratt. 

Lane John E., student, North-Western 
Christian University, bds. e. side 
Broadway, bet. Christian av. and 
Forest Home av. 

Lane Uriah, boarding house, res. 122 e. 
Pratt. 

Lanergan Maurice, boiler-maker, works 
Sinker & Co., bds. n. e. cor. Pine and 
Elm. 

Lang Charles, brewer, Meikel's Brewery, 
215 w. Maryland, res. 64 s. West. 

Land David, carpenter, res. 163 w. 
South. 

Lang Daniel, cp.rpenter, 40 Kentucky av., 
res 166 Davidson. 

Lang Frederick, tinner, 103 e. Washing- 
ton. 

Lang Frederick J., porter. State offices, 
24 Kentucky av,, res. California, 
near Soldier's Home. 

Lang John K., policeman, fifth ward, res. 
43 8. West. 

Lang Julius, clerk, J. Langbien, 200 e. 
Washington, bds. same. 

LANG LOUIS, 

wine house, 14 n. Pennsylvania, res. 
221 e. Ohio. 

Lang Samuel, tinner, 67 and 69 w. 
Washington, res. 163 w. South. 

Langan William C, route agt., American 
Express Co., 34 e. Washington, bds. 
Bates House. 



Gas Fixtures of all patterns put up on order. See page 162. 



LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 



141 



Langbien Joseph, toys, notions, etc., 200 
e. Washington, cor. New Jersey, res. 



Langdra B., merchant tailor, 13 n. Me- 
ridian, res. 44 Douglas. 

Langenberg James, teamster, bds. 175 w. 
South. 

Langenberg Margaret Mi's., (wid.) Chris- 
tian, res. 175 w. South. 

Langenberg F. H. & Co., (Henry H. L. & 
Frederick Vogt,) groceries and pro- 
visions, 244 and 246 w. Washington. 

Langenberg Henry H., (H. H. L. & Co.,) 
244 and 246- w. Washington, res. 
Bluff rd., cor. donation line. 

Langsdale James, bds. Pyle House, n. 
Meridian. 

Langsdale|J. M. W., (Trayser, Robinson 
& Co.,) and ice merchant, res. 225 e. 
Ohio. 

Langsdale Thomas, rubber, Indianapolis 
Piano Factory, bds. Townsend House, 
8. New Jersey. 

Langtree Emma M., student, Indiana 
Female College, cor. Meridian and 
New York. 

Lanlertson George, physician, res. 121 
Duncan. 

Lannes David G., clerk, A. Clem & Bro., 
bds. 36 n. Delaware. 

Lannay Lewis F., hair factory, s. end 
West, res. 166 n. West. 

Lamphiemer Augustus, saloon, 191 e. 
Washington, res. same. 

Lansingkamp William, coppersmith, Cot- 
trell & Knights, 108 s. Delaware, 
res. 176 s. Delaware. 

La Porte Miller J., sawyer, bds. 266 s 
Illinois. 

Large Michael, lab., res. 332 Indiana av. 

Latham Charles, clerk, Fletcher's Bank, 
bds. e. Washington, beyond city lim- 
its. 

Latham George W., machinist, res. 8 
Lord. 

Latham Henry, asst. cashier Indianapo- 
lis National Bank, n. e. cor. Penn- 
sylvania and Washington, res. e. 
Washington, e. of city limits. 

Latham W. H., A. M.. M. D., instructor, 
Deaf and Dumb Asylum, res. e. 
Washington, e. of city limits. 

Latorious John, barber, bds. 23 Ken- 
tucky av. 

Latshaw John F,, real estate agt., 17 w. 
Washington, res. 92 s. Mississippi. 

Lauck Mary Mrs., (wid.) Michael, res. 
391 s. Delaware. 

LAUER CHARLES, 

propr. Empire Restaurant, 202 e. 
Washington, res. 15 Bluff rd. 

Laurie William, salesman. New York 
Store, res. 181 n. Liberty. 



HOUSE OF LORDS, 

A NUMBER ONE 

KESTAURANT AND SALOON, 
78 WEST WASHINGTON STREET, 

INDIANAPOLIS. 



Lavey James, lab., C. & I C. Freight de- 
pot. 

Lawler Ellen, music instructor for the 
blind, bds. same. 

Lawler James, porter, Adams Express 
Co., Union depot, res. 337 Virginia 
av. 

Lawler Mary Mrs., res. alley, bet. Mary- 
land and Georgia. 

Lawler Patrick, lab., res. 264 s. Tennes- 
see. 

Lawler William, engineer, res. 288 s. 
East. 

Lawless Michael, grocer, 138 s. Noble, 
res. same. 

LAWRENCE ARTHUR V., 

grocer and produce dealer, 173 w. 
Washington, res. 211 w. Ohio. 

Lawrence James, (col.,) barber, 14 Bates 
House, res. 55 Maple. 

Lawrence James, (col.,) waiter, Rock- 
well Dining Rooms, Louisiana, opp. 
Union depot, bds. same. 

Lawrence John, (col.,) barber, 14 Bates 
House, res. 55 Maple. 

Lawrence Smith, porter, Bellefontaine 
R. R., res. 72 Davidson. 

Lawson Joseph, res. rear of State House, 
w. Market. 

Lawson Linsey (col.,) servant, J. S. 
Carey. 

Lawson Peter, farmer, res. Broadway, 
bet. Christian av. and Forest Home 
av. 

Lawyer John A., engineer, 49 s. New 
Jersey, bds. Little's Hotel. 

Lawyer & Hall, (Peter C. L. & Edward 
K. H.,) grain dealers, 49 s. New 
Jersey. 

Lawyer Peter C, grain merchant, bds. 
Little's Hotel. 

Layman James F., (Dorsey & L.,) 64 e. 
Washington, res. 379 n. Pennsylva- 
nia. 

Layman John, brewer, Schmidt's Brew- 
ery, bds. same. 

Lazeman Simon, lab., res. 150 Huron. 

Leabarr Lewis, moulder, res. 329 s. Penn- 
sylvania. 

Leach Sarah Jane, inmate Deaf and 
Dumb Asylum, res. Grant, Grant 
CO., Ind. 



McCreery & Fay's House Furnishing Emporium. See pages 38 and 150. 



142 



LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY, 




Mtna Building, North Pennsylvania Street, 

INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA, 

For the EDUCATION of LADIES and GENTLEMEN in all that pertains to 
Actual Business Life. 



The object of this Institution is to qualify Young Men in a thorough and practical manner for fhe Count- 
ing Room and Business Pursuits in general. 

THIS ^OURSi: OF I£f STE.VCTIOM 

Now introduced in this College, Is destined to outrival all other methods of teaching now in use, and is 
founded upon the motto: "Teach young men at school what they will be required to perform when en- 
gaged in the active pursuits of life." This Institution has arrangements and facilities for giving young 
men such an education. 

PUEDY'S NEW SYSTEM of THEOEETIOAL BOOK-KEEPING 

Acknowledged to be the best ever published in this country or Europe, and secured to him by 

copy-right, fits the Student for the Actual Business Department in an almost 

incredible short space of time. In the 



Is represented in practice, "Wholesale, Eetail, Individual, Partnership, Compound Company Partnership, 
Jobbing, Forwarding and Commission, Shipping, Manufacturing, Railroading, Steamboating, Banking, 
&c. The "College Bank" is a Bank of Issue and has a capital of one million dollars, and in it the Stu- 
dent is taught the actual duties of First Teller, Second Teller, Note Teller, Discount Clerk, Book-Keeper, 
Cashier and President, as though he was in the actual business world. The currency of the Bank affords 
cash capital for the students of the College ; Merchandise and other kinds of property being repre- 
sented by scrip. 



jpe]N']>i:j?livsh.if» 
IS TAUGHT BY THE BEST PENMAN !N THE WORLD. 

Lectures will be given upon all subjects pertaining to Business. 



PHONOGRAPHY AND TELEGRAPHING- 

Will be taught in a thorough manner, by competent Teachers, to those who desire it, at extra charge. 



TIME OF ENTRANCE.— As there is no class systems, students may enter at any time and complete 
the entire course in from six to twelve weeks, as each student is taught separately, which much facili- 
tates his progress. For further information call at the College rooms, or address, (with stamp enclosed,) 
the Principal, 



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143 



Leach James, porter, Cottrell & Knights, 
res. s. East. 

Leach John, Grand Chaplin, Grand 
Lodge, res. Rolling Prairie, Ind. 

Leahy Mary, (wid.) Mathew, res. 280 s. 
JDelaware. 

Leahy Michael, shoe-maker, 136 s. Illi- 
nois, bds. e. Georgia. 

Leahy Timothy C, lab., res. 493 e. Geor- 
gia. 

Lean William, machinist, Sinker & Co. 

Learned Charles, manf. lath machines, 
office n. e. cor. Washington and Illi- 
nois, res. cor. Third and Illinois. 

Leary James, lab,,' res. 82 Bates. 

Leary James, clerk, 138 s. Noble, res. 
same. 

Leary Patrick C, (Malove & L.,) 26 and 
28 w. Washington, bds. Pyle House. 

LEATHERS & CARTER, 

(William W. L. & George C.,) law- 
yers and notaries, room 3, Odd Fel- 
lows Hall, n. e. cor. Pennsylvania 
and Washington. 

Leathers William W., (L. & Carter,) 
prosecuting attorney, Marion Crim- 
inal Circuit Court, office room 3, 
Odd Fellows Hall. res. 273 n. New 
Jersey. 

Leavitt William, journeyman carpenter, 
res. 441 e. St. Clair. 

Lebrie Louis, porter, Browning & Sloan, 
res. 330 w. North. 

Le Chene Eugene Miss, saleswoman, 8 e. 
Washington. 

Leek Robert, clerk, res. 480 n. Missis- 
sippi. 

Leckner Max, salesman, Stewart & Mor- 
gan, res. 86 n. Delaware. 

Leddy Daniel, carpenter, res. Wyoming. 

Leddy John, lab., res. 51 Wyoming. 

Ledlie John, lab., res. 209 Virginia av. 

Lee Edward S., physician and surgeon, 
55 s. Illinois, res. 201 n. Liberty. 

Lee Henderson, (col., ) hostler. National 
livery and sale stable, Court, bet. 
Pennsylvania and Delaware. 

LEE MANDEVILLE G., 

(L. G. Dynes & Co.,) 17* w. Wash- 
ington, bds. 134 n. Pennsylvania. 

LEE HENRY H., 

China Tea store and prescription 
drug store, 18 and 20 Bates House, 
new China tea store, 7 Odd Fellows 
Hall, res. 189 n. Illinois. 

LEE JAMES W., 

saloon, cor. Noble and Washington, 
res. 191 n. Liberty. 

Lee Nathan, student, commercial college, 
bds. n. e. cor. Ohio and Mississippi. 

Lee R. J. Mrs., matron City Hospital. 

Lee Sarah C, inmate Deaf and Dumb 
Asylum, res. New Albany. 



CHINA, GLASS, 

AND 

STONEWARE HOUSE, 

56 East Washington. Street. 

See pages 38 and 150. 



Lee Michael, plasterer, res. 319 e. Merrill. 

Lee William E., saloon, 48 Virginia av., 
res. 173 s. Tennessee. 

Leech Eliza, (wid.) David, res. 31 Bu- 
chanan. 

Leech George, brakesman, bds. Nagle 
House. 

Leech James, gas-fitier, res. 31 Buchanan. 

Leeds Learner B., wheel finisher, Osgood, 
Smith & Co., res. 163 w. Maryland. 

Leerkarap George, cooper, bds. Koneger's, 
s. Meridian. 

Leerkamp John, tailor, bds. 335 Virginia 
av. 

Lehman John, porter, 50 e. Washington, 
bds. 32 California. 

Lehr Ferdinand A,, (L. & Gray,) 83^ e. 
Washington, res. 419 n. New Jersey. 

Lehr & Gray, (Ferdinand A. L. & Robert 
P. G.,) real estate agts., 83^ e. Wash- 
ington. 

Lehr Philip, carpenter, res. 163 Davidson. 

Lehrritter Conrad, (C. L. & Co.,) 14 e. 
Washington, res, 210 e. Ohio. 

LEHRRITTER C. & CO., 

(C. L. & John A. L.,) Capital Saloon 
and Restaurant, 14 e. Washington. 

LEHRRITTER GEORGE, 

saloon and restaurant, 143 e. Wash- 
ington, res. same. 

Lehrritter John A., (C. L. & Co.,) 14 e. 
Washington, res. 81 n. New Jersey. 

Leibrich Lewis, porter, Browning & 
Sloan, res. 330 w. North. 

Leibhardt Joseph, dyer, Merritt & Cough- 
len. 

Leir Jacob, cooper, res. n. e. cor. Benson 
and New York. 

Leitz Theodore H., portrait painter, 39 e. 
Washington, res. n. East. 

Lemman J. Mrs., (wid.) John, res. 72 e. 
Ohio. 

Lemman Lee A., student, Purdy's com- 
mercial college, bds. 72 e. Ohio. 

Lemon Albert E., book-keeper, Indiana 
Fire Insurance Co., 5 Odd Fellows 
Hall, res. 102 Meek, cor, Benton, 

Lemon O, V,, messenger, American Ex- 
press Co., 34 e. Washington, res. 
Richmond, Ind. 

Lemon Peter H., agt. Cincinnati Home 
Insurance Co., res. 102 Meek. 



See statement of American and U. S. Express Companies, on page 138. 



144 



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FASHIONABLE 

BOOTS, SHOES AND RUBBERS 

AT ONE PRICE, 

Glenns' Block, East Wasliington Street. 
D. H. CHASE. 



Lemons William, brick-mason; res. 158 
Winston. 

Lenard Abigail, (wid.) James, seamstress, 
res. 280 e. North. 

Lendomy Paulin, policeman, ninth ward, 
res. 434 e. North. 

Lenk Mathew, foreman, Schmidt's brew- 
ery, boards same. 

Lennert Ferdinand, embroidery stamp- 
ing, 38 s. Illinois, res, same. 

Lennert Sarah E. Mrs., embroidery stamp- 
er, 38 s. Illinois, res. same. 

LENOX EDWARD, 

merchant tailor and draper, 33 s. 
Illinois, res. same., 

Lensmann Henry, (Rosebrook & L.,) bds. 
446 Virginia av. 

Lenton James, teamster, Frank Wright's 
Brewery, res. e. s. Blake, bet. New 
York and Vermont. 

Lentz Jacob, butcher, bds. 115 w. New 
York. 

Lentz John, packer, 37 s. Meridian, res. 
s, e. cor. East and Stevens, 

Lentz William, packer, H, F. West & Co,, 
res, s. e. cor. East and Stevens. 

Leon Adolph, boot and shoe dealer, res. 
301 s. Delaware. 

Leonard James, porter, Adams Express 
Co., Union depot, bds, Dunmire 
House, s. Illinois. 

Leonard John, stone-mason, res. 26 Orient. 

Leonard Lizzie Miss, res, 8 Orient, 

Leonard Maurice, lab., res. 88 Garden. 

Leonard Michael, hostler. Gates, Pray & 
Co., bds. 91 n. Delaware. 

Leonard Michael, lab., res. 67 e. South. 

Leonard William F,, horse-trader, res, 
297 Winston. 

Leoper M. E. Miss, teacher of German, 
Indiana Female College, cor. Meri- 
dian and New York. 

Leopard Nicholas, blacksmith. Eagle Ma- 
chine Works, res, 23 Lord. 

Lepperd Leopold, tailor, 17 e, Washing- 
ton, bds. 346 s. Meridian. 

Leppert Edward J., inmate Deaf and 
Dumb Asylum, res. Indianapolis. 

Leppert Nicholas, blacksmith, res. 23 
Lord. 

Leppus William, stone cutter, res, 418 n. 
East. 



Leseir John, tailor, res. 257 e. New York. 

Lesh Aaron B,, (L., Tousey & Co.,) 43 s. 
Delaware, bds, Pattison House, n. 
Alabama. 

Lesh Lewis, (L., Tousey & Co.,) 43 s. Del- 
aware, res. old No. 48 n, California. 

LESH, TOUSEY & CO., 

(Aaron B. and Lewis L,, & Wood T.,) 
produce dealers and com. mers., 43 
s. Delaware. 

LeShane Charles, shoe-maker, 32 e. Wash- 
ington, res. Madison R. R., bet, Mer- 
rill and McCarty. 

Lesman August, lab., res. Virginia av. 

Lesman Carrie, servant, 222 n. New 
Jersey. 

Letard F. Miss, teacher of French, In- 
diana Female College, cor. Meridian 
and New York. 

Lethan Victor, painter, s, e. cor. Second 
and Missouri, res. same. 

Leun John, wood-sawyer, res. 59 Hos- 
brook. 

Levein Sigismund, traveling agt., res, 212 
e. Vermont, 

Levy Henry, (Garratt & Co,,) 257 e. 
Washington, res. same. 

Lewis A., pattern-maker, Sinker & Co. 

Lewis Archibald, carpenter, res, 248 e. 
Louisiana, 

Lewis Andrew R,, clerk, bds. Indiana av. 

Lewis Hiram L,, teamster, res. 407 s. 
East. 

Lewis John, teamster, res. 151 s. Meri- 
dian. 

Lewie Jonathan W., journeyman carpen- 
teV, res, 318 e. New York. 

Lewis Sarah, (col,,) servant, 10 e. Mich- 
igan. 

Lewis Tompkins A., supt. G. W. C. Ex- 
press and agt. Great Western Dis- 
patch, 80 and 82 Virginia av., res. 
ccr. Meridian and First. 

Lewitt William, machinist, Grover & Ba- 
ker S. M. Co., 21 e. Washington, bds. 
89 n. Delaware. 

Lex Jacob, pressman, Journal Co., bds. 
w. Maryland, bet. Mississippi and 
Missouri. 

Lex Lewis, pressman, Indianapolis Daily 
Journal, bds. w. Maryland. 

Lich Henry, minister, res. 224 e. Ohio. 

Lickert Simon, lab., res. 323 e, Vermont. 

Liddy John, salesman, New York Store, 
bds. 43 n. Delaware. 

LIEBER H. & CO., 

(Herman L. & Charles Koehne,) pic- 
ture frames, looking glasses and 
artist's materials, 21 n. Pennsyl- 
vania. 
Lieber Herman, (H. L. & Co.,) 21 n. Penn- 
sylvania, res. 404 n. Delaware. 



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145 



Lieber Peter, (Gagg & Co.,) res. 216 s. 
Pennsylvfinia. 

Leita Theobald, portrait painter, res. 83 
n. East. 

Lightford James G., draughtsman, Sink- 
er & Co., res. 219 n. Mississippi. 

Lill Benjamin J., salesman, 37 e. Wash- 
ington, bds. Wiles House, w. Mary- 
land. 

Lillencorapt Ernest, tailor, bds. 140 s. 
East. 

Lilley John 0. D., agt. Car Spring Co., 
res. n. Tennessee, bet. Second and 
Third. 

Lilly Eli, Chemist^ H. Daily & Co., bds. 
69 w. Marj/land. 

Lilly Herman, printer, Ben Franklin 
office, res. 108 s. Meridian. 

Lilly Joseph, pump-maker, res. 271 w. 
Merrill. 

Lilly Mary E. Mrs., (wid.) James, bds. 
73 w. Maryland. 

Liraan Jacob, bar-tendei-, Buckey saloon, 
101 s. Illinois, bds. same. 

Linch Owen, lab., res. 20 California. 

Linchan John, lab., res. 374 s. Illinois. 

Linchan Johti, section boss, Central R. 
R.; res. 40 Lord. 

Lincoln Charles, salesman, 4 w. Wash- 
ington, bds. 36 n. Pennsylvania. 

Lindeman Dora Mrs, seamatress, 193 e. 
Washington. 

Lindemann Frank, clerk, 125 e. Wash- 
ington, bds. same. 

Lindenbower William H., real estate agt., 
cor. Virginia av. and Washington, 
res. 682 n. Mississippi. 

Linder J. L., grocer, 395 s. East, res. same. 

Linderman Dora, (wid.) Henry, res. 218 
e. Washington. 

LINDLEY & CO., 

(Hiram L. & William L. Pyle,) real 
estate and insurance agts., 8 e. Wash- 
ington. 

Lindley Henry J., book-keeper, McKer- 
nan & Pierce, res. 71 Indiana av. 

Lindley Hiram, (L. & Co.,) 8 e. Wash- 
ington, res. 218 n. Alabama. 

Lindley James W., driver, A. Reed & Co, 
212 w. Washington. 

Lindley Lemuel, conductor Bellefontaine 
R. R, res. 219 Davidson. 

Lindsey Nellie, res. 229 e. Market. 

Lingenfelier Ashford, journeyman car- 
penter, res. 271 Davidson. 

LINGENPELTEK WM. H., 
boarding house, 35 Circle. 

lingenpe::jTer wm. l., 

milk dairy, res. 3^- miles south from 
end of Virginia av., on Shelbyville 
pike. Orders left at City Directory 
office, 16 J e. Washington, will receive 
attention. 



GROVER & BAKER 

SEWING MACHINES, 

AT 

No. 21 EAST WASHINGTON STEEET, 
THOMAS M. COCHRANE, Agent, 

INDIANAPOLIS. 



Linkinfelter John W., carpenter, res 32 
Bradshaw. 

Linn Mary E., (wid.) Alexander, dress- 
maker, 199 e. Washington, res. 
same. 

Linns Mary, apprentice, 42 s. Illinois 
res. 322 s West. 

Linsday Clemmie Miss, pupil, Hess, 
Academy of Music, bds. same. 

Linsenmann Charles, book-keeper, Era- 
enegger's saloon and restaurant, 
111 and 113 e Washington, res. same. 

Lintemann William, moulder, res. 109 s. 
Benton. 

Lintner Amos, (Stem & L.,) res. 167 
West. 

LINTNER CHRISTIAN H., 
notion store, 184 Indiana av., res. 
285 Indiana av. 

Lintner Daniel H., grocer, 400 w. North, 
res. same. 

Lintner I. H., porter, Stoneman & Tutile, 
res. 125 Bluff rd. 

Lintner John, res. 269 West. 

Linton George A., harness-maker, 252 
Indiana av., res. same. 

Linton William, (Reed & Co.,) manf. 
bottled soda water, 212 w. Washing- 
ton, res. 181 Blake. 

Lintz Benjamin, porter, Stewart & Mor- 
gan, bds. 62 s Delavpare. 

Lintz D., dealer in boots and shoes, 25 w. 
Washington, res. 70 w. New York. 

LINTZ JOHN K., 

with D. Lintz & Co., 25 w. Washing- 
ton, bds. 70 w. New York. 

Lions Adolph, boots and shoes, 27 n. 
Illinois, res. 301. s. Delaware. 

LIPP HENRY, 

tailor, res. 320 e. Ohio. 

Lippus William, messenger, Geisendorff 
& Co., 418 n. East. 

Lithner Mary, servant, 78 n. New Jersey. 

Little Joseph C, roller in Rolling Mill, 
res. 239 s. Mississippi. 

LITTLE'S HOTEL, 

s. e. cor. Washington and New Jer- 
sey, John H. Fay, propr., M. B. 
Daily, clerk. 

Livings Theodore, law student, 0. M. 
Wilson, JEtnsL bldg., res. 157 w. 
Maryland. 



(10) Shover & Christian; Carpenters and Builders. See page 135. 



146 LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 

MERCHANTS' DISPATCH 



FAST FREIGHT LINE, 



ESTABLISHED 1855. 



American Express Company Proprietors. 



TRA.3XrSI»OR,TS mEIO-HT E-ROl,^ 



NEW YORK, BOSTON 



AND ALL POINTS IN THE 



New England States to all Points in the West and South-West, 



IN CHARTERED CARS.^^g 

Kext in Speed to the Regular Express Company^ 

At Regular Railroad Rates. For further information, apply to 

^ G. G. EARL, Agent, 19 Virginia Avenue, Indianapolis. 

E. CUMMINGS, Superintendent, Buffalo. 



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147 



Livingston Holsey B,, 2 Bates House, 
res. Gor. Michigan and Missis- 
sippi. 

Livingston Mary, servant, 163 n. Ala- 
bama. 

Lloyd Gideon, real estate agt., with El- 
dridge & Wood, 30 w. Washington, 
res. 241 n. Tennessee. 

Lloyd Samuel, (Knight & L.,) alley rear 
25 w. Washington, res. Minneapolis, 
Minnesota. 

Lloyd S. 0., shipping clerk, 34 s. Merid- 
ian, res. 241 n. Tennessee. 

Lobdell James H.j agt. Merchant's Des- 
patch, res. 283 s. Pennsylvania. 

LOCKE ERIE, 

banker and broker, 19 n. Meridian, 
up stairs, res. 76 California. 

Locke James, lab., res 444 s. Illinois. 

Locke Josiah, res. 463 n. Pennsylvania. 

Locke Otho, clerk, W. De Ruiter, 65 s. 
Illinois, bds. same. 

Locke William M., boarding house keep- 
er, 266 s. Illinois. 

Lockhart Wilson, M. D., supt. Insane 
Asylum, National rd., two miles 
west of city. 

Locklear Mary A., (col.,) (wid.) Aaron, 
wosherwoman, res. 162 Elizabeth. 

Lockwood Henry, cooper, res. 324 e. 
Louisiana. 

Lockwood Nelson, journeyman cooper, 
res. Minerva, bet. Vermont and 
New York. 

Loeck Robert M., salesman, 37 e. Wash- 
ington, res, 480 n. Mississippi. 

LOEPER JAMES W., 

machine draftsman, room 4 Vinton's 
blk., n. Pennsylvania, res. 173 n. 
Tennessee. 

LOGAN ABRAM L., 

(L. & Co. ) Directory and Gazetteer 
Publisher, Patentee Logan's Card 
Back, General Agent Indiana State 
Commercial and Advocate, office 16^ 
e. Washington, res. over 20 e. Wash- 
ington. 

Logan Bernard, grocer and produce 
dealer, 191 w. South, res. same. 

LOGAK^, BROWN & SIPE, 

(Reuben D. L., Benjamin F. B. & 
William A. S.,) attorneys at law, 
Bee Hive blk., cor. Meridian and 
Washington. See card, page 130. 

LOGAN & CO., 

publishers Indianapolis City Direc- 
tory, also R. R. Directories, State 
Gazetteers, U. S. P. 0. Directory, 
and proprs. Logan's Business Card 
Rack, office 16^ e. Washington. See 
card, opp. classification. 

Logan John, spoke-polisher, bds. 284 s. 
East. 



STOP AT THE 

PHILLIPS HOUSE, 

WHEN YOU VISIT 

I3^^'\rTOT^, OHIO. 

See picture of Hotel, page 102. 



Logan Mathew, lab., res. 227 w. South. 

Logan Mathew, porter, Singer Manu- 
facturing Co., 16 n. Delaware. 

Logan Michael, lab., res. 12 Sinker. 

Logan Reuben D,, (L,, Brown & Sipe,) 
Bee Hive blk., res. 422 n. East. 

Logan Samuel M., traveling agt. Grover 
& Baker Sewing Machine Co., 21 e. 
Washington. 

Logan Thomas, carpenter, res. 171 Meek. 

Logan Winafred Mrs., (wid.) Martin, res. 
12 Sinker. 

Logan Patrick, lab., res. 282 s. East. 

Logsdew Nancy J., (wid.) David, res. 7 
Kentucky av. 

Lohde Augusta Mrs., bds. 34 n. Dela- 
ware. 

Lohinas Margaret, servant, 165 n. Ala- 
bama. 

Lohman Charles, (Schroder & L.,) res. 
376 Virginia av. 

Loines Timothy, lab., res. 46 Wyoming. 

Long & Birch, (Matthew L. & Richard E. 
B.,) undertakers, 15 Circle, bet. Me- 
ridian and Market. 

Long David D., (L„ Snyder & Co.,) 
res. 249 s. New Jersey. 

Long Eli C, grainer, 68 e. Ohio, res. 70 
e. Ohio. 

Long George, minister, res. 202 e. Mar- 
ket. 

Long George, apprentice, Indiana Volks- 
blatt, bds. Third, bet. Tennessee and 
Illinois. 

Long Henry C, clerk, George B. Rohrer, 
res. 202 e. Market. 

Long Isaac S., saw mill, Tipton co., res 
264 Blake. 

Long James, plasterer, res. 74 Bicking. 

Long Joseph T., traveling correspondent, 
Indianapolis Journal, bds. Oriental 
House. 

Long Joseph, shoe-maker, res. 71 e. St. 
Clair. 

Long Matthew, (L. & Birch,) res. 398 n. 
New Jersey. 

Long Robert, undertaker, 15 Circle, bds. 
s, w. cor. New Jersey and St. Clair. 

LONG, SNYDER & CO., 

(David D. L., Adam S. & Madison 
Munday,) malt dealers, 214 and 216 
s. Delaware. See card, page 66. 



See Saddlery and Harness card of R. S. & J. M. Carr, page 158, 



148 



LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 



BAMBEKGEK'S 



HAT, CAP AND FUR STORE 



16 East Washington Street, 



INDIANAPOLIS. 

Long Thomas, grocer, 127 Indiana av., 
res. 119 Indiana av. 

Longsdorff William H., salesman, Tyler's 
Bee Hive, 2 w. Washington, bds. 20 
w. Maryland. 

Longsdorff William, carpenter, res. Ill 
Massachusetts av. 

Loomis George B., teacher of music, pub- 
lic schools, res. 318 n. Alabama. 

LOOMIS & STAWITZ, 

(William H. L. & Christian S.,) agts. 
International, Corn Exchange and 
National Travelers Insurance Co.'s, 
rooms 7 and 8 Eden's blk., 77^ e. 
Market. 

LOOMIS WM. H., 

(L. & Stawitz,) res. 29 SchooL 

Loose Samuel, local engineer, C. & I. C. 
R. R., bds. Mrs. Whittimore. 

Lord John M., prest. and supt. Indiana- 
polis Rolling Mill Co., res. 297 n. 
Pennsylvania, cor. North. 

Lord John P., student, North-Western 
Christian University, bds. 297 n. 
Pennsylvania. 

Lorz John, clerk, Atlantic Saloon, bds. 
Frank Wright. 

Losee Thomas V., master machinist, C. 
& I. R. R. shop, res. 326 e. Georgia. 

Losey Marquis D., salesman, 39 s. Illi- 
nois, res. 112 s. East. 

Louch Alfred, carriage painter, Bremer- 
man & Renner, res. 369 w. Vermont. 

Louckes Charles, carpenter, res. 78 Ben- 
ton. 

Loucks Christopher, carpenter, res. 186 
Bates. 

Loucks & Greuzard, (G. W. S. & S. J. G.,) 
painters, 327 e. Washington. 

Loucks G. W., (L. & Greuzard,) 327 e. 
Washington, res. Virginia av. 

Loucks William W., carpenter, res. 341 
n. Alabama. 

Louden A. A., res. 572 n. Tennessee. 

Louden Adrew, book-binder, W. & J. 
Bradens, bds. 572 n. Tennesse. 

Louden Henry A., clerk, Douglass & Con- 
ner, Journal Co., bds. a. w. cor. Ten- 
nessee and Second. 

Louden James G., tallying clerk, Jour- 
nal office, bds. 572 n. Tennessee. 



Louergan John, grocer and produce 
dealer, n. e. cor. Pine and- Noble, res. 
same. 

Loughen John, lab, res. 8 Sinker. 

Loughlin Elizabeth, (wid.) Timothy, res. 
bank White river, Kentucky av. 

Loughnan Dennis, lab., res. 40 Elm. 

Lougrich Edward, tailor, 9 w. Washing- 
ton, res. 282 e. North. 

Louis Anna, (wid.) Bradley L., washer- 
woman, res. 224 n. Missouri. 

Love Samuel, watchman, I. & C. depot, 
res. 163 s. East. 

Love William, (William L. & C.,) room 1 
Talbott & New's blk., n. Pennsylva- 
nia, res. 506 e. Washington, cor. 
Cady. 

LOVE WM. & CO., 

(William L. & Jacob P. Dunn,) real 
estate brokers, room 1, Talbott & 
New's blk., n. Pennsylvania. 

Low Charles, carpenter, res. 318 n. Lib- 
erty. 

Lowdeu Harriet, (wid.) James, res. 29 
School. 

Lowder Samuel, salesman, 49 s. Merid- 
ian, res 121 e. New York. 

Lowe George, lab., res. 25 Wyoming. 

Lowe George, res. 321 n. Pennsylvania. 

LOWE NAHUM H., 

(N. H. L.& Son,) carpenters, res. 308 
e. North. 

LOWE N. H. & SON., 

(Nahum H. & Charles G. L.,) car- 
penters and builders, 30 s. New 
Jersey. 

LOWE & NICHOL, 

(William A. L. & Joseph W. N.,) 
lawyers and notaries public, 19 n. 
Meridian, up-stairs. 

Lowe Thomas, hostler, 35 n. Illinois, bds. 
Mrs. Cunninghams. 

Lowe William A., (L. & Nichol,) 19 n. 
Meridian, res. 240 e. Vermont, 

Lowe William W., res. 660 n. Illinois. 

Lowes John, foreman, res. 286 n, Dela- 
ware. 

Lowes John W,, book-keeper, Coburn & 
Jones, res. 386 n. Delaw.are. 

Lowery John, miller, res. 359 w. Wash- 
ington. 

Lowraon James, clerk, res. 112 e. St. 
Clair. 

Lowmon Nelson D,, blacksmith, res, 112 
e. St. Clair. 

Lowmon William, blacksmith, res. 112 e, 
St. Clair. 

Louney Edward, bar-keeper, 107 Huron, 
bds. 111 Huron. 

Louney Michael, saloon-keeper, 107 Hu- 
ron, bds. Ill Huron. 

Louney William, lab., res. Ill Huron. 



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LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 



149 



Lowry Wiley M., druggist, 65 Massachu 
setts av., res. 73 Massachusetts av. 

Loy David M., foreman, tinshop, 66 e. 
Washington. 

Lozier John H., (Rev.,) pastor, Asbury 
Chapel, res. e. Washington, t)eyond 
city limits. 

Loucas James, white-washer, res. 216 
Blackford. 

Lucas John, millwright, 132 s. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Lucas W. B., book-keeper, Geisendorfif & 
Co., bds. 35 Kentucky av. 

Lucid John, lab.,, res. 258 s. West. 

Lucid Morris, lab., res. 243 s. Missouri. 

Lucky James, porter, Concordia House. 

Lucky Willis, porter, Concordia House. 

Lucus Frank, merchant's police, res. 426 
Virginia av. 

Ludlow George, carpenter, res. 498 Vir- 
ginia av. 

LUDLOW JOHN, 

meat-market, 34 n. Pennsylvania, 
res. 268 s. New Jersey. See card, 
page 178. 

Ludlow Jason C, carpenter, res. n. New 
Jersey, cor. New York. 

Ludlow Silas, traveling agt., A, Jones & 
Co., res. 78 e. New York. 

Ludlow Stephen W., clerk, p. o., bds. 258 
s. Meridian. 

Ludorff L. & Co., (Louis L. & Broder E, 
Thonssen,) wholesale notion house, 
42 s. Meridian. 

Ludorif Louis, (L. L. & Co.,) 42 s. Meri- 
dian, res. 320 s. Meridian. 

LUDWIG OTTO, 

importer of wines and liquors, 131 
e. Washington, res. Ill e. Washing- 
ton. 

Ludwig Samuel, grocer, 142 Fort Wayne 
av., res. same. 

Lueders Catharine, (Lueders Sisters,) res. 
484 n. Mississippi. 

Lueders Cornelia, (Lueders Sisters,) res. 
484 n. Mississippi. 

Lueders Eliza, (Lueders Sisters,) res, 484 
n. Mississippi. 

Lueders Louisa, (Lueders Sisters,) res. 
484 n. Misssissippi. 

Lueders Sisters, (Catharine L., Eliza L., 
Louisa L,, & Cornelia L.,) stamping 
and embroidering, 74J e. Market. 

Lueders Thomas C, res, 484 n. Missis- 
sippi. 

Luging James, dyer, Hoosier Woolen 
Factory, res. 21 Douglas. 

Lukens Benjamin, (B. L. & Co.,) 24 s. 
Meridian, res. 612 n. Illinois. 

LUKENS B. & CO., 

(Benjamin L. & Alex. F. Morrison,) 
groceries, provisions and vegetables, 
24 s. Meridian, cor. Pearl. 



THE SINGER 

SEWING MACHINE 

IS BOTH 

LIGHT AND NOISELESS. 

See page vi. 



Lukens Jonathan E., salesman, B. Lukens 
& Co., 24 8. Meridian, res. 612 n. 
Illinois. 

LUKENS R. L., 

agricultural implement warehouse, 
cor. Washington and Tennessee, res. 
281 Virginia av. 

Luky Christian F., lab,, Coburn & Jones, 
res. e. Washington, out city limits. 

LUNT JAMES M., 

general supt. Columbus & Indiana- 
polis R. W., office s. e. Virginia av. 
and 8. Delaware, res. 360 n. Ala- 
bama. 

Luonay Amanda, (wid.) Dennis, res. 97 
s. West. 

Lupton Eliza, (wid.) Thomas, res. w. s. 
n. Pennsylvania, bet. First and 
Second. 

Lupton George, dentist, res. 21 Indiana 
av. 

Lupton William, agt. G. W. C. Express, 
Louisville, Ky., res. 230 n. West. 

Lutes George W., compositor, Herald Of- 
fice, bds. Pearl, bet. New Jersey and 
Alabama. 

Luther Alford, painter, res. 267 n. Mis- 
sissippi. 

Lybrands Christian, machinist, res. 323 
8. Tennessee. 

Lyden Thomas, works R. R. repair shop, 
bds. 199 w. Maryland. 

Lyer Peter, blacksmith, res. 390 Virginia 
av. 

Lynch Jacob H., (L. & Lilly,) pump 
manfs., res. 12 Chadwick. 

Lynch John, lab,, res. 319 s. East. 

Lynch John, lab., res. 349 s. Missouri. 

Lynch Kate Miss, res. 278 s. Illinois. 

LYNCH & LILLY, 

(Jacob H. L. & Joseph D. L,,) pump 
manfacturers,, 83 Kentucky av. 

Lynch Martin, turner, Spiegel, Thorns & 
Co., bds. 281 e. Georgia. 

Lynch Michael,brick-layer, res, 62 Huron. 

Lynch Michael P., clerk, 26 s. Meridian, 
res. Ohio, bet. Meridian and Illinois. 

Lynch Patrick, engineer, res. 109 Har- 
rison. 

Lynch William, lab., res. 319 s. East. 

Lynn P. A., clerk. Star Union Line, bds. 
Oriental House. 



See full card of Merchants' Dispatch, on page 146. 



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LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 



HOUSEKEEPERS' EMPORIUM. 



3v,d:'CE,BBH."2" Ss E'.A."X", 



Wholesale and Ketail Dealers in 




Nos. 56 and 58 East Washington Street, Indianapolis, Ind. 



STOVES. 

Cooking Stoves of all kinds. 

The Home Comfort Cooking Stove. 
Heating Stoves of all kinds. 
Cast Iron Stove Holloware. 
Charcoal Furnaces. 

Sad Irons, &c., &c., &c. 
Coal Hods, Fire Irons. 



FRUIT CANS. 

Spencer's patent Glass Can. 
Mason's patent Glass Can. 

Glass Fruit Cans and Tin Covers. 

Glass Fruit Cans and Cork Stoppers. 
Earthenware Fruit Cans. 
Tin Fruit Cans, wax tops. 

Tin Fruit Cans, sodder tops. 



Polish Steel Fire Sets, &c. 



Fruit Can Cement. 



FURNITURE WARE-ROOMS. 



Common Chamber Furniture. 

Fine Walnut Chamber Suits. 

Fine Chestnut Chamber Suits. 

Kitchen and Dining Tables. 

Wood and Cane Seat Chairs. 
Office Furniture, &c., &c. 
Marble and Wood Top Center Tables. 
Bureaus, Wash Stands. 
What-Nots, Hat Frames, &c., &c. 



Upholster Parlor Suits. 

Upholster Parlor Chairs. 

Arm Chairs, Rockers. 

Sofas, Tete Tetes, Lounges, &c. 
Spring Beds, Mattresses. 
Pillow's Mosqueto Nets, &c. 
Ottomans, Piano Stools, &c. 
Patent Spring Beds, 
Of all the best makers. 



Particular attention paid to making to order 



UPHOLSTERED FURNITURE, PARLOR SUITS, 

CHAIRS, MATTRESSES, BEDS, &C, 

And Satisfaction Guaranteed. 
The Largest House-Keepers' Emporium in the State. 

Wos. 56 AND 58 EAST WASHINGTON STREET, INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 
See Previous List, on page 38. 



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151 



Lynn Daniel, lab., res. 240 s. West. 
Lynn Robert, lab., res. 123 Maple. 
Lynn William C, clerk, C. & I. freight 

depot, bds. Pyle House, n. Meridian. 
Lynn W. H., printer, Commercial ofifiee, 

bds. Oriental House. 
Lynn Winfield S., salesman, Browning & 

Sloan, bds. Oriental House,s. Illinois. 
Lyon James, lab., res. 145 n. Mississippi. 
Lyon John, (Cohen & L.,) 61 s. Illinois, 

res. 155 n. Illinois. 
Lyon Catharine Miss, washerwoman, res. 

269 8. Pennsylvania. 
Lyons John, boiler^maker, Sinker & Co. 
Lyons John, lab.,Tes, 243 s. Missouri. 
Lyons Martin, (col.,) servant, F. M. 

Churchman. 
Lyons Mary, (wid.) Timothy, res. 12 

Green. 
Lyons Patrick, works City Gas Works, 

res. 147 s. Alabama. 
Lyons William, yard man, I. & C. R. R., 

res. 341 s. Delaware. 
Lyons William G. W., foreman, Furga- 

son's pork house, res. 298 Madison av. 
Lytle Robert J., carpenter, res. 392 s. 

Missouri. 



Mc ANDREWS WALTER, bar-tender, 
132 s. Illinois, bds. 230 s. Alabama. 

McAvir James, gas-fitter, Coulter & 
White, 82 e. Market. 

McAulley Edward, moulder. Sinker & Co. 

McBaker Thomas, tailor, res. 170 e. Mich- 
igan. 

McBeth Alexander, stone-cutter, cor. 
Kentucky av. and Georgia, res. rear 
172 w. Washington. 

McBride John, saloon, 159 w. Washing- 
ington, bds. same. 

McBride Riley, carpenter, res. 237 w. 
Merrill. 

McCabe John, bar-tender, 62 w. Mary- 
land, bds. same. 

McCadams Isabella Miss, waiter, Rock- 
well's Dining Rooms, Louisana, opp. 
Union depot, bds, same. 

McCaferry Thomas, lab., res. 320 s. West. 

McCann General W., (Mitchell & M.,) 
res. 667 n. Mississippi. 

McCain John, engineer, res. 224 s. Noble. 

McCallister James, (Bishop & McC.,) 
flour and feed, 269 w. Washington. 

McCallin John, machinist, res. 62 Huron. 

McCally Jacob, wagon-maker, res. 364 
w. North. 

McCan Dennis, lab., res. 3 Bates. 

McCan Patrick, lab., res. 100 s. East. 

McCANN SAMUEL D., 

physician, 69 n. East, res. same. 

McCarthy Michael, lab., res. 394 s. Dela- 
ware. 



NEATNESS IS COMFORT. 

THE LOUISVILLE HOTEL 

IS THE 

BEST PLACE TO STOP. 

See page 158. 



McCarthy James, salesman, New York 
Store, res. 36 n. Delaware. 

McCarthy josbph f., 

mertre and service register. Gas 
Works, res. n. w. cor. Delaware and 
South. 

McCarthy Thomas, teamster, bds. 57 
Wyoming. 

McCarthy Timothy, teamster, res. 57 Wy- 
oming. 

McCarthy William, driver, Capital City 
Omnibus Line, bds. Mrs. Cunning- 
ham's. 

McCarthy William, lab., res. 320 s. Del- 
aware. 

McCarty Eugene, machinist, Sinker & 
Co. 

McCarty James, lab., res. 243 s. Tennes- 
see. 

McCarty James, hooker in Rolling Mill, 
bds. Burns House. 

McCarty John, turner, Spiegel, Thorns & 
Co., res. 281 Georgia. 

McCarty Margaret, (wid.) Nicholas, res. 
n. Pennsylvania. 

McCarty Nicholas, office s. w. cor. Wash- 
ington and Meridian, res. 122 n. 
Pennsylvania. 

McCarty Ormie P., clerk, general freight 
office C. & I. C. R. R., bds. 73 w. 
Maryland. 

Mccarty thomas b., 

Auditor of State, office 22 Kentucky 
av., res. 174 n. Illinois. 

McCarty Timothy, lab., res. 389 s. Me- 
ridian. 

McCarty William, moulder, Sinker & Co. 

McCarty William, servant, H. Bates, jr., 
185 n. Delaware. 

McCay Elizabeth, (wid.) Theodore, res. 
314 e. Georgia. 

McCay Robert, propr. Favorite Saloon, 
560 Virginia av., res. same. 

McChesney Edward, bds. 454 n. Tennes- 
see. 

McChesney George G., bds. 133 n. Penn- 
sylvania. 

McChesney J. B., treas. and secy. C. & 1. 
C. R. R., cor. Virginia av. and Dela- 
ware, res. 454 n. Tennessee. 

McChesney Jersey, res. 133 n. Pennsyl- 
vania. 



See cut of Singer's celebrated Sewing Machine, on page vi. 



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LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 



STOVES 



HOUSE-FURNISHING GOODS, 



JSTos, 56 and 58 East Washington Street. 



See pages 38 and 150. 



McChesney William L., clerk U. S. Pen- 
sion office, cor. Pennsylvania and 
Virginia av., res. 454 n. Tennessee. 

McChugh Anthony porter, 36 s. Meri- 
dian, bds. 114 n. Tennessee. 

McClaiH John S., (Sheets & McL.,) res. 
225 w. Washington. 

McClarel John, printer, res. 250 s. Mis- 
souri. 

McClay C. S., salesman, Browning & 
Sloan, bds. Spencer House, s. Illinois. 

McClellan John, clerk, 160 n. Washing- 
ton, res. 137 w. Ohio. 

McClintoc William, lab., res. 303 s. Del- 
aware. 

McCloskey George," boarding house, res. 
315 e. Ohio. 

McCloskey John, carpenter, res. 88 s. 
Mississippi. 

McCloskey John, carpenter, res. 140 w. 
Vermont. 

McCloskey John H., clerk, City Clerk's 
office, res. 212 w. Vermont. 

McClure George H., journeyman carpen- 
ter, res. James, in Meikel's division. 

McClure Monticue T., foreman, Rolling 
Mill, res. 347 s. Alabama. 

McClure Theophilus, printer, book and 
job room Journal office, res. 66 w. 
New York. 

McComb Samuel, telegraph opirator, C. 
& I. C. R. R., cor. Virginia av, and 
Delaware, bds. Oriental House. 

McCorkle William, saloon and restau- 
rant, 141 w. Washington, res. same. 

McCool William, carpenter, res. 339 s. 
Delaware. 

McCord Benjamin R., (McC. & Wheatly,) 
res. If miles s. e. city limits, Shel- 
by ville rd. 

McCcrd Leonard W., (McC. & Klingen- 
smith,) bds. Commercial Hotel. 

McCord & Klingensmith, (Leonard W. 
McC. & Israel K.,) attorneys at law, 
4 Blake's blk., w. Washington. 

McCORD & WHEATLEY, 

(Benjamin R. McC. & William M. 
W.,) lumber merchants and planing 
mills, office 155 s. Delaware, mills n. 
w. cor. South and Alabama. 

McCormic J. R., journeyman carpenter, 
res. 400 n. Mississippi. 



McCormic Allen, plough handle-maker, 
Osgood, Smith & Co., bds. Illinois 
House. 

McCormic James, conductor street cars, 
bds. 211 s. Pennsylvania. 

McCormic James, street car coductor, 
bds. Ray House. 

McCormick John, nurseryman, n. side 
National rd., w. White River bridge. 

McCormic John L., carpenter, res. 176 n. 
Tennessee. 

McCoy John, physician and surgeon, 151 
e. Washington, bds. Pattison Huse. 

McCoy Laura Miss, repairer, 50 n. Illi- 
nois, res. 79 Kentucky av. 

McCrady Frank, tinsmith, 74 e. Wash- 
ington, bds. e. Ohio, bet. East and 
New Jersey. 

McCrea Rollin H., (Stiles. Fahnley & 
McC.,) 131 s. Meridian, bds. Rock- 
well's Dining Rooms. 

McCready James B., book-keeper, Indi- 
ana National Bank, 2 e. Washing- 
ton, res. 213 e. Ohio. 

McCreary Alfred A., book-keeper, 39 s. 
Meridian, bds. Pyle House, n. Me- 
ridian. 

McCREERY JOHN, 

(McC. & Fay,) 56 and 58 e. Washing- 
ton, res. Springfield, Illinois. 

McCREERY & PAY, 

(John McC. & Amos F. F.,) china, 
glass and queensware, furniture, 
stoves and house-furnishing goods, 
56 and 58 e. Washington. See card 
in full, pages 38 and 150. 

McCue Dennis, lab., res. 33 Maple. 

McCue F., carpenter, bds. Ray House. 

McCue R. L., carpenter, bds. Ray House. 

McCullough Jacob S., book-keeper, 112 
s. Meridian, res. 52 s. West. 

McCullough William, book-keeper, Hi- 
ram & Lindley, res. 316 n. Illinois. 

McCune Thomas, engineer, res. 187 Har- 
rison. 

McCurdy George, (A. L. Hunt & Co.,) 85 
e. Washington, res. 230 e. Vermont. 

McCurdy William W. H., (Geisendorff & 
Co.,) 61 and 63 w. Washington, bds. 
79 w. Ohio. 

McCutcheon Carmill, journeyman car- 
penter, res. 214 Railroad. 

McCutcheon J. C, (Landers & Co.,), 58 
s. Meridian, res. 226 n. Meridian. 

McDale Osa, conductor construction 
train, Terre Haute R. R., res. 79 w. 
Louisiana. 

McDaniel J. R., driver Engine No. 1, 277 
w. Washington, bds. Nagal House. 

McDonnell Patrick, lab., bds. 394 Vir- 
ginia av. 

McDermot James, works Sinker & Co., 
res. 133 w. Maryland. 



City Laundry, 22 South New Jersey Street. See page 2, 



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153 



McDermott Joseph, stove-maker, Root's 

foundry, res. 159 s. Alabama. 
McDevit E, D., machinist, Sinker & Co., 

Tbds. Ray House. 
McDonald Alice, ladies' boarding house, 

139 w. Market. 
McDonald Curran, deputy U. S. Marshal, 

res. 17 s. Mississippi. 

Mcdonald david, 

Judge U. S. District Court for 
District of Indiana, court rooms, p. 
0. bldg., 2d floor, res. 203 n. Penn- 
sylvania. 

McDonald E. M., YKilgore, McD. & Bell,) 
p. o. bldg., n. Pennsylvania, res, 229 
n. Pennsylvania. 

McDonald George, salesman, 18 and 20, 
Bates House, bds. cor. Illinois and 
Vermont. 

McDonald James, pressman, bds. 329 w. 
Marjiland. 

McDonald John, salesman. New York 
store, bds. 23 Kentucky av. 

McDonald Joseph E., (McD., Roache & 
Sheeks,) res. 229 n. Pennsylvania. 

McDonald Michael, expressman, res. 150 
Douglas. 

McDonald Patrick, teamster, res. 43 Ells- 
worth. 

Mcdonald, roache & 

SHEEKS, (Joseph E. McD., Addison 
L. R., & David S., ) lawyers, room 3 
-^tna bldg., n. Pennsylvania. 
McDonough D. B., (McD. & Eck,) carpen- 
ter and builder, 117 e. Vermont res. 
123 e. Vermont. 

Mcdonough & eck, 

. (Dewer B, McD. & John H E.,) lime, 

plaster and hair dealers, n. w. cor. 

Alabama and Louisiana. 
McDowell Joseph G., book-keep8r,Bowen, 

Stewart & Co., 18 w. Washington, 

res. e. s. n. Illinois, bet. Pratt and 

First. 
McElroy Willliam, weaver, Merritt & 

Coughlen, w. Washington. 
McElvano Mary Mrs., seamstress. 36| e. 

Washington. 
McElvano John, painter shop, 72 w. 

Washington, res. same. 
McElwee H., patern-maker. Sinker & Co. 
McElwee John, carpenter. Sinker & Co., 

res. 217 n. Mississippi. 
McEnally Martha Miss, teacher primary 

department 8th ward school, bds. 229 

e. South. 
McFadden William, lab., res. 254 West. 
McFadden Lewis, court messenger, bds. 

n. Davidson. 
McFall David, apple peddler, res. 51 e. 

Maryland. 
McFallane John, salesman, 8 e. Washing- 
ton, res. n. Meridian. 



EVEJH^^ ONE 



SHOULD PATKONIZE 



HOME MANUFACTURE. 



See Statement, page viii. 



McFariand Charlotte, res. 26 e. St. Clair. 

McFarland Laura W., res. 26 e. St. Clair. 

McFariand Robert, patern-maker, Root's 
foundry, res. 164 Dougherty. 

McFarren James, res. 29 e. West. 

McGan (jharles B., moulder, Root's foun- 
dry, bds. 176 s. Delaware. 

McGarehan Thomas, tobacconist, works 
James Cahill, bds. Ray House. 

McGaughey Charles, student, Purdy's 
Commercial College, bds. Neiman 
House. 

McGaughey Charles 0., driver Citizens' 
Street Ry., bds. 78 Indiana av. 

McGaughey John E., student, N. W. C. 
University, bds. 72 e. Ohio. 

McGau John A., cigars and tobacco, 16 
Bates blk., Illinois, res. 182 n. Mis- 
sissippi. 

McGee David, carpenter, res. 387 s. Mis- 
sissippi. 

McGee Edward, boiler-maker, res. 215 s. 
Alabama. 

McGee William, engineer, res. rear 260 
s. Alabama. 

McGee Thomas, book agt., res. 308 s. 
West. 

McGibbon Mary Mrs., housekeeper, Hess' 
Academy of Music. 

McGififin Samuel, broom-maker, res. 74 
e. St. Clair. 

McGinnis A. R. K. P., student, commer- 
cial college, bds. 192 Virginia av. 

McGinnis John, grocer, 280 e. Washing- 
ton, res. same. 

McGinnis John, lumber dealer, res. 109 
s. New Jersey. 

McGinnis Nicholas, tailor, res. 83 s. West. 

McGinnis Owen, clothing, 39 e. Wash- 
ington, res. 41 Virginia av. 

McGinnis Peter, tailor, 12 s. Pennsylva- 
nia, res. 85 s. West. 

McGinnis William, freight conductor, C. 
& L C. R. R., 99 e. Georgia. 

McGinnis Wilson, brakesman, bds. 99 e. 
Georgia. 

McGinte Martin, lab., res. 374 s. Ten- 
nessee. 

McGrath Daniel, lab., res. 290 e. Georgia. 

McGrath Thomas W., machine hand, 
Sloan, Burke & Woollen, res. 270 s. 
Pennsylvania. 



The Good Templar is printed on the finest white paper. See page 98, 



154 LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 



THE 



OF HA-IiTFOnRr), 003Sr3SrEOTIOTJT, 

. (INCORPORATED IN 1846,) 

Is the Great Life Insurance Company of this Country. 



A^LL POLICIES 



Issued by this Company are either Non-Forfeitable by their Terms 



Ox may be converted into those which are so, at the option of the insured. None but strictly unexcep- 
tionable risks accepted. This Company issues: 



1st. Continued Premium Life Policies, 



On which premiums are paid annually during the life of the insured. 2d. Limited Premium Life Poli- 
cies, on which premiums cease at a stipulated age. 3d. Ten Premium Life Policies, on 
which payment of premium ceases after ten years. 4th. Single 
Payment Policies. 5th. Continued Premium 
Endowment Policies. 

6th. LIMITED PEEMIUM ENDOWMENT POLICIES 



On which premiums are to be paid as may be stipulated, for five, ten, fifteen or twenty years only. 
The policies are payable to the assured on his attaining a stipulated age, or to his 
representative at his death, should it previously occur, thus 
making PROVISIONS for the 

INFIRMITIES OF OLD AGE 



Parties in Central Indiana desiring the Agency of this Company, will apply personally or 

by letter, to 

H. Tl. DXJTTOIV, Oenei'al Agent, 

No. 85 East Market Street, Room 15, Eden's Block, Indianapolis. 
See Additional Statement, on page 74. 



LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 



155 



McGrath Dennis, lab., res. 474 e. Georgia. 
McGrew John F., messenger, Adams Ex- 
press Co., 12 e. Washington. 
McGwyer Charles, shoe-maker, 23 e. 

Washington, bds. Mrs. Dunnon, n. 

Tennessee. 
Mclnally Terrance, lab., res. 50 Elm. 
Mclntire Charles, teamster, res. National 

rd., near White river bridge. 
Mclntire John, (McLene, McI. & Hayes,) 

cor. Maryland and river, below Mer- 

ritt & Coughlen's, res. 25 s. West. 
Mclntire Lucius, heater, rolling mill, res. 

18 Henry. 
Mclntire William' 0., (W. P. Burdick & 

Co,,) 77 w. Washington, bds. Pyle 

House. 
Mcintosh Donald, boot and shoe-maker, 

63 Indiana av., res. same. 
Mclntyre Peter, salesman, 21 w. Wash- 
ington, bds. Pyle House. 
McIVER JOHN C, 

hats, caps, furs, straw goods, etc., 22 

e. Washington, res. 148 n. East. 
McJanfins Alexander, carriage-maker, 

res. 69 e. McCarty. 
McKalvey Ann Mrs., (wid.) Joseph, 

boarding house, 89 s. Pennsylvania. 
McKay M. Horace, (John Furnas & Co..) 

68 e. Market, res. cor. Broadway and 

Fore&t Home av. 
McKay James, gas-fitter, Coulter & 

White, bds. Rhodius' restaurant, n. 

Meridian. 
McKee Robert, gardener, res. s. e. cor. 

Elm and Pine. 
McKean John, checkman, C. & I. C. R. 

R., res. s. Noble, Central shop. 
McKeehan Benjamin, section boss Jeffer- 

sonville R. R., res. 301 s. Pennsyl- 
vania. 
McKeehan James, lab., res. 301 s. Penn- 
sylvania, 
McKeehan John, checkman. Central R. 

R. freight house, res. 61 s. Noble. 
McKeehan Parmalia, (wid.) Samuel, res. 

301 s. Pennsylvania. 
McKennah Mary, (wid.) James, res. 356 

s. Tennessee. 
McKenny Henry, book-keeper, res. 203 

Meek. 
McKenny Oscar, engineer, Terre Haute 

R. R., res. 27 Henry. 
McKenzie Duncan, lab,, res. 123 Meek, 
McKenzie William, carpenter, res. 121 

Meek. 
McKernan James H., (McK. & Pierce,) 

cor. Washington and Kentucky av,, 

bds. Oriental House, 
McKERNAN & PIERCE, 

(James H, McK. & Winslow S. P.,) 

real estate agts,, cor Washington and 

Kentucky av. 



BROWNING & SLOAN, 

WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS 

AND 

APOTHECARIES' HALL, 

Nos. 7 & 9 East Washington St. 



McKinley Alexander, expressman, res. 
150 Fort Wayne av. 

McKinney William, (col.,) lab., bds. 172 
w. Georgia. 

McKinstry Jennie, (wid.) James, res. 309 
e. New York. 

McKune John, brick-layer, bds. 211 s. 
Pennsylvania. 

McLain Louisa J., student, Indiana Fe- 
male College, cor. Meridian and New 
York. 

McLallin John, general city collector, 
res. s. w. cor. Ohio and West, office 
109 n. Illinois. 

McLane William, carpenter, res. 82 Ben- 
ton. 

McLane William C, carpenter, res. 244 
s. East. 

McLaren Duncan, grocer and produce 
dealer, 252 s. Tennessee. 

McLaughlen E., moulder. Sinker & Co. 

McLaughlin Christopher, moulder, res. 
296 s. East. 

McLaughlin John A., gunsmith, res. 360 
s. Alabama. 

McLaughlin Thomas, res. 47 Charles. 

McLaughlin Thomas H.^ lab., res. 163 
Stevens. 

McLaughlin William, spinner, res. 324 s. 
West. 

McLene Jeremiah, (McL. & Herron,) res. 
139 n. Pennsylvania. 

McLene, Mclntire & Hayes, (Jeremiah 
McL,, John McI. & Thomas H.,) pa- 
per manfs. and dealers, foot of w. 
Maryland. 

McLENE & HERROlSr, 

(Jeremiah McL. & Fred. M. H.,) 
watches and jewelry, 1 Bates House, 
cor. Washington and Illinois. 

McLeod Hugh, turner. Cabinet-maker's 
Union, res. s. w. cor. Winston and 
Meek. 

McMahon Catharine, (wid,) Martin, res. 
43 Henry. 

McMahon Dennis, lab,, res, 71 s. Liberty. 

McManama Bryan, lab., res. 122 Ste- 
vens. 

McMaster Robert, plasterer, bds, 82 e, 
St. Clair. 

McMillin Charles, clerk, rolling mill 
coal office, bds, 74 e. Vermont. 



See card of Equitable Fire Insurance Company, on page 78. 



156 



LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 



U. S. POST-OFFICE DIRECTORIES 



FOR SALK AT 



CITY DIRECTORY OFFICE, 

^0. 16>^ EAST WASHINGTON ST. 

LOGAN & CO., PUBLISHEES. 



McMillin Samuel, (McM. & Co.,) 14 w. 

Washington, res. 74 e. Vermont. 
McMillin Thomas, clerk, Bellefontaine 

R. R. Co., bds. 74 e. Vermont. 
McMillin & Co., (James McM. & William 

F. Combs,) real estate brokers, 17 

w. Washington. 
McMuUen James W., salesman, 42 n. 

Pennsylvania, bds. cor. Market and 

Circle. 
McMurray Robert, gardener, res. e. side 

n. Illinois, bet. Third and Fourth. 
McMurray Samuel, carpenter, res. n. 

Illinois, bet Third and Fourth. 
McNab Philip, physician, office and res. 

149 s. New Jersey. 
McNab Stephen, baggage-master, Union 

depot, res. 227 s. Mississippi. 
McNally Peter, res. 297 s. New Jersey. 
McNamara Emily, (wid.) Jeremiah, bds. 

36 w, Maryland. 
McNamara Francis, lab., res. 85 Maple. 
McNamara John Ebert, servant, 209 w. 

South. 
McNamara John, salesman, New York 

Store, bds. Wiles House, cor. Mary- 
land and Illinois. 
McNamara Mary Miss, student, bds. 

cor. Louisiana and Alabama. 
McNamara Michael, conductor, I. & C. 

R. R., res. cor. Louisiana and Ala- 
bama. 
McNamara William, marble-cutter, 136 

s. Meridian, res. n. w. cor. Liberty 

and Michigan. 
McNamara William, press-boy, Herald 

office, 16J e. Washington, bds. cor. 

Alabama and Louisiana. 
McNealy Dealy, Home Friendless Women, 

Pennsylvania, bet. Second and Third. 
McNeely John, journeyman carpenter, 

res. 74 w. First. 
McNeely John R., clerk, C. &I. C. freight 

depot, res. First, iDet. Illinois and 

Tennessee. 
McOuat A. W,, (R. L. & McO.,) res. cor. 

New Jersey and East. 
McOuat R. L., (R. L. & xMcO.,) res. 78 w. 

Market. 
MeOUAT R. L & A. W., 

(R. L. & W. McO.,) cook and parlor 

stoves, 67 and 69 w. Washington. 



McOuit Sarah, (wid.) James, res. 300 
Patti&on. 

McPheeters Walter, notion dealer, 4 
Louisiana, res. 231 s. East. 

McPherson Caroline, servant, 397 n. Ala- 
bama. 

Mcpherson r. b., 

division supt. Merchant's Union Ex- 
press Co., 42 and 44 e. Washington, 
bds. Bates House. 

McPherson W. M., painter, 16 w. Mary- 
land, up-stairs, bds. 144 n. Tennes- 
see. 

McQuiston Mathew, salesman, New York 
Store, bds. 43 n. Delaware. 

McRoy William, weaver, Ohio Premium 
Factory, bds. 336 w. Washington. 

McVay Joseph, carpenter, res. 420 s. Illi- 
nois. 

McVea David, blacksmith shop, 281 w. 
Washington, res. 58 s. California. 

McVey Lavina, Home Friendless Women, 
Pennsylvania, bet. Second and Third. 

McVey Sarah, student, Indiana Female 
College, cor. Meridian and New 
York. 

McVey William, auction clerk, 194 w. 
Washington, res. Millersville pike, 
one mile from city. 

McVicker A. Worely, cutter, 3 Bates 
House, res. 176 w. Ohio. 

McWazel Patrick, expressman, res. 79 
Fayette. 

Maas Louis, cigar-maker, 35 w. Wash- 
ington, res. 12 n. New Jersey. 

Mabrey Randolph, watchman American 
Express Co., res. 343 Massachusetts 
av. 

Mac Arthur John B., (McA. & Blake,) 
15 s. Delaware, res. 270 n. West. 

MACARTHUR & BLAKE, 

(John B. MacA. & James Ray B.,) 
flour and feed, 15 s. Delaware. 

MACAULEY & CO., 

(Daniel M. & ,) commission pa- 
per house, book-sellers and station- 
ers, blank-book manfs. and book- 
binders, 13 w. Maryland. 

Macauley Daniel, (Macauley & Co.,) 13 
w. Maryland, and Mayor of Indiana- 
polis, office over 35 e. Washington, 
res. 18 w. North. 

Macauley John T., book-keeper,- Ben. 
Franklin printing office, res. 18 w. 
North. 

Machett Robert M., (Thomas M. & Co.,) 
38 Kentucky av., res. St. Joseph, 
bet. Alabama and New Jersey. 

Mack Hauschild, works George & Hack, 
bds. Green House. 

Mack John, lab., res. 193 High. 

Mack Mary, chambermaid, Institute for 
the Blind, bds. same. 



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Mack Philip, lab., res. 300 w. Maryland. 

Macks Siimuelj rag dealer, res. 312 Mad- 
ison av. 

Macky John, saddler, res. 3 Hosbrook. 

MACY DAVID, 

prest. Indianapolis & Peru R. R., 
office 101 e. Washington, res. 216 n. 
Delaware. 

Macy House, s. e. cor. Illinois and Mar- 
ket. 

Macy John, (Tuttle & Co.,) 44 n. Penn- 
sylvania, bds. 149 n. Pennsylvania. 

Madden Kate Miss, servant with Captain 
Dawson, 234 s. Alabama. 

Madden Maggie, servant, A. G. Willard, 
138 Massachusetts av. 



Madden Thnmas, deputy collector Inter- 
nal Revenue, 6th district, room 15 
p. 0. bldg., res. 131 w. First. 

Maddox N. Miss, clerk, 32 a. Pennsylva- 
nia, res. same. 

Maethle John, printer, Ben Franklin 
office, bds. Concordia House. 

Magee Ed., machinist. Sinker & Co. 

Magel Phillip, carpenter, Bellefontaine 
car shop, res. 263 Davidson. 

Magruder Martha, (col.,) servant 175 e. 
Market. 

Magruder Moses, (col.,) lab., res. 182 w. 
Georgia. 

Maguire Charles, salesman, New York 
Store, bds. 92 e. Washington. 

Maguire Douglass, (Crossland, Maguire 
& Co.,) 52 s. Meridian, res. 78 e. 
Ohio. 

Maguire George, plasterer, res. 460 Vir- 
ginia av. 

Mahan James, expressman, res. 268 
Blake. 

Mahan Patrick, fireman Bellefontaine R. 
R., res. 382 e. Michigan. 

Mahalfeter John G., cabinet-maker. Cab- 
inet Makers' Union, res. 377 e. 
Michigan. 

Maher Margaret, washerwoman, res. 43 
Dacota. 

Mahoney Daniel, teamster, res. 51 Ellen. 

Mahoney John, lab., res. 12 Buchanan. 

Mahoney Mary, (wid.) Murty, res. 214 
Buchanan. 

Mahoney Mary, (wid.) Michael, res. 72 
Benson. 

Mahoney Patrick, lab., res. n. w. cor. 
Merrill and Delaware. 

Mahoney William, stableman, Citizen's 
Street Ry., res. 251 s. Tennessee. 

MAHORNEY JOHN T., 

ornamental hair work, 28 n. Illinois, 
res. 235 Blake. See card, page 70. 

Mahan William H., traveling agt., Rik- 
hofF & Bro,, res. 182 s. New Jersey. 



uoxjsin, sio^N 

AND 

ORNAMENTAL PAINTING, 

MILEISTDEB & CLANCEY, 

16 South Meredian St. 



Maige Phillip, (col.,) barber, 50 e. Wash- 
ington, res. Second, bet. Tennessee 
and Mississippi. 

Mair Francis, carpenter, 335 s. Dela- 
ware, res. in rear. 

Major & Mothershead, (Stephen M. & 
Alvin M. M.,) lawyers, room 5 Vin- 
ton blk. 

Major Stephen F,, clerk, p. o., res. 221 e. 
north, bet. Alabama and New Jer- 
sey. 

Makenberry John, lab., res. 163 e. St. 
Joseph. 

Makepeace Ella Miss, pupil Hess' Acad- 
emy of Music, bds. same. 

Makepeace Horace B., clerk, res. 54 Mas- 
sachusetts av. 

Maker Thomas J., (Gaston & M.,) paint- 
ers, s. Meridian, res. 27 Kentucky 
av, 

Malia Ellen, servant, J. M. Lord, 297 n. 
Pennsylvania. 

Malia Mary, servant, 25 e. Ohio. 

Malkt Martin, engineer. Union Planing 
Mill, res. 126 n, Mississippi. 

Mallery Milton J., student, N. W. C. 
University, bds. 31 Cherry. 

Malone Abner, carpenter, res. 128 Vir- 
ginia av. 

Malone James, stone-cutter, res. 31 
Henry. 

Malone Louis, (col.,) carpenter, res. 141 
Bright. 

Malone W. L., salesman, 25 w. Wash- 
ington, res. 128 Virginia av. 

Malone Patrick, lab.. Eagle Machine 
Works, 186 s. Delaware. 

Malone Patrick, lab., res. 27 Wyoming. 

Maloney Hannah, boots and shoes, 56 s. 
Illinois, res. same. 

Maloney James, carpenter, res. 119 
Massachusetts av. 

Maloney John, lab., res. 333 e. Louisiana. 

Maloney John, clerk, 56 s. Illinois, res. 
same. 

Maloney Mary, servant, 278 n. Ala- 
bama. 

Maloney Michael, tobacconist, bds. Ray 
House. 

Maloney John, messenger, Daily Herald, 
16J e. Washington, res. 119 Massa- 
chusetts av. 



Tutewiler Brothers' Stove Store, 74 East Washington Street. 



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LOUISVILLE HOTEL, 

Main Street, between Sixth and Seventh Streets, 

LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. 

M. KEAN & CO., - - - Proprietors. 



This is one of the most POPULAR HOTELS in Louisville, and maintains its former reputation 
for accommodations and style of table, and is 

NOT EXCELLED BY ANY WESTERN HOTEL 

In its appointments and conveniences, and 

Mercliaiits, Tourists, Excursionists and others, 

Will find it to their COMFORT to stop at the LOUISVILLE. 

ST. JAMES HOTEL, 

Fourth Sti:eet, between Main and Sycamore, 

CINCINNATI, OHIO. 



Ii>^^'I33SO]X &; ELI^S, 



JPr-opi'letors. 



The Proprietors of this Hotel are both gentlemen of thorough business capacity, who attend in per- 
son to the management of the ST. JAMES, and by their investments have produced a 



HOTEL SECOND to NONE in CICINNATI, 



And MERCHANTS AND TRAVELERS will find it to their advantage and to add to their com- 
fort at a moderate cost, to stop when in 



CINCINNATI, AT THE ST. JAMES HOTEL. 



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159 



Maloney John, lab., bds. 38 s. Tennes- 
see. 
Malloney Edward, works in foundry, 

res. 62 Huron. 
Malott V. T., chashier Merchant's Na- 
tional Bank, 48 e. Washington, bds. 

216 n. Delaware. 
Maloy James, stone-cutter, 120 s. Illi- 
nois, res. 29 Henry. 
Malpas Henry, (M. & Co.,) res. n. side 

Ohio, bet. Illinois and Meridian. 
Mangold Frederick, file-maker, res. 130 

e. St. Mary. 
Mangold Joseph, moulder, 24 e. Georgia, 

bds. 23 Kentucfky av. 
Manheimer David, auctioneer, 13 e, 

Washington, res. 172 e. Ohio. 
Manker William, door-keeper. State 

House, bds. 115 w. New York. 
Manker William, painter, e. Washing- 
ton, bet. New Jersey and East, bds. 

23 Kentucky av. 
Manlove John T., (M., Porton & Co.,) 

res. Bethel pike, half mile east end 

of Virginia av. 
Manlovo & Leary, (William R. M. & 

Patrick C. L,,) attorneys at law, 26 

and 28 w. Washington. 
Manlove, Porton & Co., (John T. M., 

Charles W. P. & P. A. Brown,) 

vinegar manfs. and com. mers., 87 

e. Market. 
Manlove William R., _(M. & Leary,) 26 

and 28 w. Washington, bds. Pyle 

House. 
Mann Alfred I,, carpenter, bds. 33 

Fletcher's av. 
Mann & Davis, (James M. & Benjamin 

D.,) grocers and produce dealers, 

200 Virginia av. 
Mann Henry C, (col.,) barber, shop 10 

8. Delaware, res. 361 e. New York. 
Mann James, (M. & Davis,) res. 149 s. 

East. 
Mann John T., teamster, res. n. e. cor. 

Arch and Broadway. 
Mann William, (col.,) barber, n. e. cor. 

Washington and Meridian, res. 237 

w. Ohio. 
Mannfield George, (Goepper & Co.,) 17 

e. Washington, res. 336 n. East. 
Manning Lizzie, servant, 95 n. Meridian, 
Manning Thomas S., wood-worker, Bre- 

merman & Renner, res. 76 w. Ohio. 
Mans Joseph, cabinet-maker, Helwig, 

Roberts & Co., res. 198 w. New 

York. 
Mansfield Oscar, salesman, 64 e. Wash- 
ington, res. 295 n. East. 
Mansfield John L., res. 295 n. East. 
Mansfield Thomas, blacksmith, res. 316 

e. North. 
Mansur William, res. 19 e. Ohio. 



THE HERAL13 

STEAM BOOK, JOB 

AND 

COMMERCIAL PRINTING HOUSE, 

iBX East Washington Street. 



MANSUE, ISAIAH, 

prest. Citizen's National Bank, 4 e. 
Washington, res. n. w. cor. Vermont 
and Meridian. 

Mansur John, farmer, res. 18 e. Vermont. 

Many A. J., (Mattler & M.) opp. Union 
Depot, bds. 125 n. Noble. 

Many Charles J., (Many & Son.,) bds. 
125 n. Noble. 

Many John, journeyman carpenter, res. 
125 n. Noble. 

Many John B., (M. & Sons,) res. 24 Elm. 

MANY JOHN B. & SONS, 

(John B., Charles J. & Adolph J. M.,) 
carpenters and builders, 120 Spring. 

Mapes C. F., employe in Delzell's stable, 
res. 248 w. Market. 

Marbeck Henry, saloon, 294 e. Washing- 
ton, res. same. 

March Walter, (Ray, Gordon & M.,) room 
12, Talbott & New's blk., n. Pennsyl- 
vania, 168 e. St. Clair. 

Marchant Isaac, jr., book-keeper, Merritt 
& Coughlen, res. w. Washington. 

Marcus Albert, clerk, 25 s. Illinois, res. 
same. 

Marcus Elias, carpenter and builder, 191 
w. Maryland, res. same. 

Marcus George, lab., res. 126 Maple. 

Mardick James Y., (M. & Vollmer,) res. 
78 Benton. 

Mardick & Vollmer, (James Y. M. & John 
P. V.,) grocers, 399 e. Georgia. 

Mardock James F., lottery office, 16 w. 
Maryland, res. 45 Madison av. 

Mardock Thomas, lottery agt., 16 w. Ma- 
ryland, res. 45 Madison av. 

Margenveck Valentine, grocer, 21 Chat- 
ham, res. same. 

Marion County Jail, n. e. cor. Court House 
Square, cor. Market and Alabama. 

Marion Engine House, No. 2, cor. Massa- 
chusetts av. and New York. 

Marks Samuel, rag merchant, res. 31 s. 
Meridian. 

Marmont Hugo, (Shoettle & M.,) saloon, 
102 s. Illinois, res. same. 

Marony Maggie, waiter. Palmer House, 
bds. same. 

Marot John R., new and second hand fur- 
niture, 87 e. Washingtan, res. same. 

Marquart Jacob, lab., res. 293 n. Noble. 



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LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 



Boots, Shoes and Rubbers, 

aLENNS' BLOCK, 
EAST WASHINGTON ST. 



Marquis George, sawyer, Osgood, Smith 
& Co., res. 126 Maple. 

Marquis George A., lab., bds. 151 e. Mc- 
Carty. 

Marquis Joseph 0., express driver, res. 
151 e. McCarty. 

Marrow Wilson, lawyer, (M., Goodwin & 
Hays,) res. 282 n. Pennsylvania. 

Marsee John S., (M. & Son,) bds. 303 s. 
New Jersey. 

Marsee Joseph, (Rev.,) res. 203 s. New 
Jersey. 

Marsee Joseph W., student, University, 
bds. 203 s. New Jersey. 

Marsee & Son, (Joseph & John M.,) steam 
planing mill, s. New Jersey, near 
Maryland. 

Marsh David M., agt. patent Buckle Sin- 
gle Harness, res. 370 n. West. 

Marsh E. J., compositor, Herald Book and 
Job Room, 16^ e. Washington, bds. 
New Jersey, bet. Louisianaand South. 

MARSH HERMAN, 

occulist, room 3 Miller's blk., res. 519 
n. Meridian. 

Marsh Minnie Miss, clerk, 26 n. Pennsyl- 
vania, res. 92 e. New York. 

Marsh William S., foreman, harness shop, 
170 w. Washington, res. 92 e. New 
York. 

Marshall Benjamin, street car driver, 
res. 319 n. East. ' 

Marshall Charles M., bath house, 16 w. 
Pearl, bds. 33 w. Maryland. 

Marshall Edward, conductor, Citizens' 
Street Ry., res. 32 Massachusetts av. 

Marshall Edward, driver, Citizens' Street 
Ry., res. 58 Massachusetts av. 

Marshall Frank, paper hanger, res. 31 
Indiana av. 

Marshall H. J,, coach painter, 26 e. Geor- 
gia, bds. 24 e. Georgia. 

Marshall Isaac, res. 23 Pitt. 

Marshall Isaac A., res. 29 w. Georgia. 

Marshall James M., clerk. North- Western 
Mutual Life Insurance Co., of Mil- 
waukee, bds. 224 n. Delaware. 

Marshall James T., conductor. Citizens' 
Street Ry., bds. 58 Massachusetts av. 

Marshall John, reel driver, fire depart- 
ment. No. 2, res. over 48 Massachu- 
setts av. 



Marshall Joseph, carpenter, bds. 119 Mas- 
sachusetts av. 

Marshall Levi, carpenter, Bellefontaine 
R, R. shop, res. 344 Winston. 

Marshall N. F., paper hanger, res. 74 In- 
diana av, 

MARTIN BERNHARD, 

wholesale and retail confectioner and 
ice cream saloon, 90 e. Washington, 
res. same. See card, page 22. 

Martin Charles, lab., res, 191 n. East. 

Martin Dennis, traveling agt., T. F, Ryan, 
bds. Commercial Hotel, 

Martin Edward, carpenter, res. 27 Rose. 

Martin Gustave, salesman, 27 w. Wash- 
ington, bds. 69 n. Alabama. 

Martin Henry C, (M. & Hopkins,) res. 
224 n. Alabama. 

MARTIN & HOPKINS, 

(Henry C. M. & Henry C. H.,) State 
agts, for Indiana of North-Western 
Mutual Life Insurance Co., of Wis- 
consin, office 1st floor new Journal 
bldg., e. Market. See card, 

MARTIN, HOPKINS & FOL- 
LETT, (Henry C. M., Henry C. H. & 
J. B. F.) general fire insurance agts, 
office 1st floor new Journal bldg., e. 
Market. See card. 

Martin James L., res. 118 n. New Jersey. 

iMartin Jennie, Home Friendless Women, 
Pennsylvania, bet. Second and Third. 

MARTIN J. O., 

general agt, Brooklyn Life Insurance 
Co., of New York, office room 14 
Vinton's blk., n, Pennsylvania, bds. 
Oriental House. 

Martin John H,, (col.,) lab., res. 570 n, 
Mississippi, 

Martin John M., horse-shoer, res. 321 n. 
Liberty. 

Martin Joseph T,, second hand stove store, 
117 w. Washington. 

Martin Katie, servant, R, Foster, 339 n. 
Pennsylvania. 

Martin Lewis, clerk, 115 w. Washington, 
bds. same. 

Martin Luther R., (Wiley & M.,) 8^ e. 
Washington, res. 97 e. Michigan. 

Martin Marmaduke D., salesman, 40 s. 
Meridian, bds. 20 w. Michigan. 

Martin Patrick, salesman, New York 
store, bds. 34 w. Maryland. 

Martin Robert, cabinet-maker, res. 323 
s. East. 

Martin Robert, moulder, Sinker & Co,, 
res. 177 s. New Jersey. 

Martin Rudolph, blacksmith, res. 13 
Water. 

Martin William, wood-turner, res. 496 n. 
Mississippi. 

Martin William, retired farmer, res. 220 
s. Noble. 



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Martiudale Charles F., clerk, H. M. Soc- 
well, 232 e. Wasnington, bds. 29 

MABTINDALB ELIJAH B., 

(Morton, M, & Tarkington, and W. 
I. Haskitt & Co.,) prest. Union Fire 
Insurance Co., office 2 w. Washing- 
ton, cor. Meridian, res. n. Meridian, 
beyond city limits. 

Martindale Julia A. Mrs., (wid.) Austin, 
seamstress, res. 194 w. Georgia. 

Martindale William, book-keeper, 213 e. 
Washington, res. 29 Center. 

Martler Stephen, lab., res. 314 e. Ohio. 

Martz Henry K., millwright, res. 189 n. 
Noble. 

Marvin DeForrest G., printer, Indiana- 
polis Daily Journal, bds. 264 n. East. 

Mascamp William, lab., res. 42 Elm. 

Mashier Theodore, foreman, I. & C. shop, 
bds.|14 Lord. 

Maskill Michael, moulder, Phoenix Works, 
res. e. s. n. Tennessee, bet. First and 
Second. 

Maslin James, machinist, bds. 266 s. Il- 
linois. 

MASON BENJAMIN, 

propr. Palmer House, s. e. cor. Wash- 
ington and Illinois. 

Mason Fanny Mrs., (wid.) Robert, res. 
201 Meek. 

Mason George, butcher, 297 s. Missouri, 
res. same. 

Mason George, cabinet-maker, bds. 103 w. 
South. 

Mason James, journeyman carpenter, res. 
183 n. Liberty. 

Mason John, dining room waiter, Capi- 
tal Restaurant, bds. same. 

Mason Susan Mrs., (wid.) Alexander, 
res. 52 s. Pennsylvania. 

Mason Madison, (coL,) barber, 143 w. 
Washington, res. 107 w. North. 

Mason Samuel, (Malpas & Co.,) res. n, s. 
Ohio, bet. Illinois and Meridian. 

Mason Sarah, (col.,) servant, 122 n. 
Pennsylvania. 

Mason William C, clerk, p. o., res. 52 s. 
Pennsylvania. 

MASONIC HALL, 

s. e. cor. Washington and Tennessee. 

Massey Jackson, (col.,) porter, R. L. Lu- 
kins, res. 334 Bright. 

Masson James P., traveling salesman, 
Alford, Talbott & Co., 2 Morrison's 
blk., res. 81 w. Walnut. 

Mast Edward, painter, bds. 23 Kentucky 
av. 

Maston Stephen, servant, 248 n. East. 

Mather John, engineer, C. & I. R. R,, res. 
189 Bates. 

Mather Mary L. Miss, res. 327 s. Penn- 
sylvania. 



Washing Done Cheap and Prompt 

AT 

CITY LAUNDRY. 

22 South Nevsr Jersey Street. 
See card, page 2. 



Mather Anna, servant, 250 n. East. 

Mather Annie M., (wid.) John, res. 227 
s. Pennsylvania. 

Mathews C, carpenter, res. 337 s. East. 

Mathews Frederick, engineer, I. & C. R. 
R., bds. Ray House. 

Mathews Henry, lab., res. 75 Coburn. 

Matthews James T., carpenter, 5 Virgi- 
nia av., bds. 337 s. East. 

Mathews T. P., employe, I. & C. R. R., 
bds. Ray House. 

Mathews William, carpenter, res. 96 In- 
diana av. 

MATTHES CLEMENS, 

Capital Saloon, 92 e. Washington. 

MATTLEB & MANY, 

(Stephen M. & A. J. M.,) Locomotive 
Saloon, McNab, opp. Union depot. 

Mattler Stephen, (M. & Many,) opposite 
Union depot, bds. Ohio, bet. Liberty 
and Noble. 

Mattern J. H., coal dealer, res. 40 w. 
Maryland, up-stairs. 

Mattock William A., conductor. Citizen's 
Street Ry., bds. 339 n. Illinois. 

Matz John, lab., res. Mayhew, near 
Michigan rd. 

Mauk Martin, tailor, res. 99 n. Noble. 

Maulsby James, doctor, res. 35 w. St. 
Clair. 

Maurer John, moulder, Root's Foundry, 
res. 50 Greer. 

Maurer Philip, machinist, works B. F. 
Hetherington, bds. cor. Noble and 
Louisiana. 

Maus Casper, brewer, res. 32 s. Ala- 
bama. 

Maxim Olban A., carpenter, bds. n. w. 
cor. Tennessee and Maryland. 

Maxwell Charles D., cash boy. Bee Hive, 
2 W.Washington, res. 77 w. Second. 

MAXWELL, FBY & THUBS- 
TON, (John M. M., W. H. F., jr. & 
W. B. T.,) iron merchants, 34 s. Me- 
ridian. 

MAXWELL SIDNEY D., 

general insurance agt., room 10 
Blackford's blk., s. e. cor. Washing- 
ton and Meridian, bds. 17^ Virginia 
av. 

MaxweU John C, book-keeper, Furga- 
son's Pork House, res. 77 w. Second. 



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162 LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 



BANNING, RAMSAY & CO. 

CSuccessors to Eamsay & Hanninc, 

m m mm mmi. 

No. 82 West Washington Street, 

Under the Metropolitan Theater, 

INDIANAPOLIS, - - - - INDIANA. 



This House is prepared to furnish and put up 

WORK AND MATERIAL 

On Short Notice and in Workmanlike Manner. 



A large stock kept constantly on hand of the most approved styles 
and patterns, such as 



BRASS WORK, PUMPS, 

Force Pumps, Lead and Iron Pipes, 

Hose, &c., &c. 



LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 



163 



Maxwell John M., (M.,Fry & Thurston,) 
34 s. Meridian, res. 330 n. Meridian. 

May Alva C, dentist, res. 125 s. East. 

MAY ALVIN D., 

mailing clerk, Herald office, 16^ e, 
Washington, bds. 36 w. Maryland. 

May^Andrew, lumber merchant, res. 125 
s. East. 

May Augustus, carpenter, Eagle Machine 
Works, res. 123 e. McCarty. 

May David B., merchant's police, bds. 36 
w. Maryland. 

MAY EDWIN. 

loan office, 34 s. Illinois, res. 173 n. 
Pennsylvania. 

May John, tobacconist, Indianapolis To- 
bacco Works, bds. Ray House. 

May John, drayman, res. 155 e. McCarty. 

May Peter, res. 361 s. Alabama. 

May Redman, foreman, Indianapolis To- 
bacco Works, bds. Ray House. 

May Robert A., tobacconist, bds. Ray 
House. 

Mayer Charles, (Charles M. & Co.,) 29 
w. Washington, res. 285 n. Illinois. 

MAYER CHARLES &; CO., 

(Charles M. & William Haueisen,) 
yankee notions, toys, sporting and 
fancy goods, 29 w. Washington. 

MAYER J. & ERO., 

(Joseph & Leopolled,) clothing and 
furnishing goods, 2 Palmer House, 
w. Washington. See card, page 70. 

Mayer Joseph, (J. M. & Bro.,) 2 Palmer 
House, w. Washington, bds. 184 
Virginia av, 

Mayer John F,, umbrellas and parasols, 
69 e. Washington, res. 123 w. St. 
Joseph. 

Mayer Leopold, (J. M. & Bro.,) 2 Palmer 
House, w. Washington, bds. 184 Vir- 
ginia av. 

Mayer Mathias, cigars and Tobacco, 96 
s. Illinois, res. same. 

Alayer X. F., saloon, 8. s. Delaware, res. 
322 s. Delaware. 

MAYHEW & BRANHAM, 

(Enoch C. M. & Edward B.,) whole- 
sale boots and shoes, 129 s. Merid- 
ian. 

Mayhew Elisha C, res. National rd., w. 
of city limits. 

Mayhew Enoch C, (M. & Branham,) 129 
s. Meridian, 

Mayhew James N,, salesman, Moses, 50 
e. Washington, res. 512 e. Washing- 
ton. 

Mayhew Parish L., (Ray, M. & Co.,) 8 w. 
Louisiana, res. e. Market, bet. Lib- 
erty and Noble. 

Mayhew Peter H., traveling agt.. Roll, 
Kimble & Aikman, bds. Pyle House, 
n. Meridian. 



CAPITAL RESTAURANT, 



A FINE ESTABLISHMENT, 



Kept in number one style, 



I4r East W^asliington. Street. 



Mayhew Katie Miss, actress, Metropoli- 
tan Theater, res. 25 Circle. 

Mayhew Oscar F., solicitor of patents, 
office State House, res. 25 Circle. 

Mayhew Royal H., entry clerk, 108 s. 
Meridian, bds. cor. Pennsylvania 
and Maryland. 

Mayo Edward H., (E. H. M. & Co.,) 23 e. 
Washington, res. 213 n. Pennsylva- 
nia. 

MAYO E. H. & CO., 

boots and shoes, 23 e. Washington. 

Mayo Hanson, boot and shoe dealer, 21 
e. Washington, res. 562 n. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Mayo H. S., (E. H. M. & Co.,) 23 e. 
Washington, res. Lafayette. 

Mazlen Victoria Miss, dress-maker, Per- 
rine & Allen, bds. 118 s. Illinois. 

Mead Frank, machinist, 24 e, Georgia, 
res. 39 McCarty. 

Mead James, employe, McCord & Wheat- 
ley's Planing Mills, res. 50 Forest 
av. 

Mead William H., traveling agt., May- 
hew & Branham, bds. Sherman 
House, w. Louisiana. 

Means William C, tobacconist, res. 238 
Madison av. 

Meany John, railroad boss, 31 Maple. 

Mears George W., physician and surgeon, 
s. w. cor. Washington and Meridian, 
res. 210 n. Meridian. 

MEARS HENRY B., 

manf. of varnishes, japans, stains, 
etc., cor, Mississippi and Kentucky 
av., res. 210 n. Meridian. See card, 
page 28. 

Meek Augusta, student, Indiana Female 
College, cor. Meridian and New 
York. 

Meconi Dennis, lab., res. 135 Huron. 

Madscar Kate, (wid.) George, res. 382 e. 
Michigan. 

Meehan Patrick M,, painter and paper- 
hanger, res. 74 n. Pennsylvania. 

Meek M., student, commercial college, 
bds. 24§ w. Washington. 

Megge Richard, (Hilgimeier & Co.,) res. 
37 Wyoming. 

Megrew Liddie, Mrs., student Commer- 
cial College, bds. 80 s. Mississippi. 



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THE 

HOUSE OF LOEDS, 

A NUMBER ONE 

EESTAURANT AND SALOON, 
78 WEST WASHINGTON STREET, 

Mehane D., djer, bds. 289 s. Tennessee. 

Meier V. & Bro., (Valentine & Joseph,) 
ale bottlers, 76 s. West. 

Meier Charles M,, saloon, 156 e. Wash- 
ington, res. same. 

Meier Henry, (Roeth & M.,) 207 e. Wash- 
ington, bds. Little's Hotel. 

Meier James W., salesman, 20 e. Wash- 
ington^ bds. Pyle House, n. Meridian. 

Meier Joseph, (Meier & Co.,) Madison 
ale dealers, bds. 76 s. West. 

Meier Lewis, (Meier & Co.,) res. 151 Ft. 
Wayne a v. 

Meier Valentine, (Meier & Co.,) Madi- 
son ale dealer, res. 76 s. West. 

Meier & Co., (^Lewis M. & William 
Buschmann,) clothing store, 151 Ft. 
Wayne av. 

Meiken Edward, lab., res. 280 Railroad. 

Meikel John M., res. 113 n. Mississippi. 

Meikel John P., brewery, 215 w. Mary- 
land, res. 213 w. Maryland. 

Meikel Phillip, machinist, Sinker & Co. 

Meiners Cornelius, lumber dealer, res. 
240 n. Illinois. 

Meirhoff Mary Mrs., (wid.) Henry, res, 
242 s. Alabama. 

Melligan John, sheet iron-worker, res. 
71 Davidson. 

Melling Chas., teamster, res. 47 Douglas. 

Melville Robert B., cutter, 2 Bates House, 
res. 120 n. Tennessee. 

Melton Calvin M., grocer, 68 Oak, res. 
64 Oak. 

Mendenhall B,, conductor. Street Ry., 
bds. Sheridan House. 

Mendenhall Lorenzo, apprentice, S, B. 
Andrew's photograph gallery, 33 w. 
Washington, bds. 82 Ft. Wayne av, 

Menges Frank, cigars and tobacco, 153 
e. Washington, res. 182 s. Delaware, 

Merbite Charles, druggist, res. 228 s. 
Meridian. 

Merbitz Charles, (Gerhardt & Co,) res. 
296 Meridian. 

Merchant's National Bank, 48 e. Wash- 
ington, John S. Newman, prest., V. 
T. Malott, cashier. 

MERCHANT'S UNION EX- 
PRESS CO., office 42 and 44 e. 
Washington, Charles A. Parsons, 
agt., R. B. McPhersen, div, supt. 



MERCHANT POLICE, 

office 85 e. Washington, up stairs, 
A. D. Rose, captain. 

Meredith Edward, foreman, E. C. Atkins 
& Co,, saw-factory, res, 235 s. Mis- 
sissippi. 

Meredith Samuel C, mailing clerk, Jour- 
nal office, res. 212 Blackford. 

Meredith William M., printer, book and 
job room. Journal office, res. 124 n. 
Missouri. 

Meridan Casbas, journeyman carpenter, 
res. 368 e. New York. 

Merl Nicholas, shoe-maker, 286 w. Wash- 
ington, res. same. 

Merrifield Charles E., (M. & Werden,) 
res, 135 w. New York. 

MERRIFIELD & WERDEN, 
(Charles E. M. & Willis P, W.,) pro- 
duce and com. mers., s. w. cor. New 
York and Tennessee. 

MERRILL & CO., 

(Samuel M. & Mrs. J. M. Moores,) 
publishers, book-sellers and station- 
ers, 5 e. Washington. 

Merrill Lucinda, (wid.) John F. M., res. 
244 w. New York. 

Merrill Samuel, (M. & Co.,) 5 east Wash- 
ington, res, e. Merrill, bet. Alabama 
and New Jersey, 

Merrill William C. D., plumber, Han- 
ning, Ramsay & Co., res. 244 w. 
New York. 

Merrill William H,, plumber and gas 
fitter, bds, 244 w. New York. 

MERRITT & COXJGHLEN, 

(George M. & William C,,) woolen 
manfacturers and dealers, w. Wash- 
ington, River bank. 

Merritt George, (M. & Coughlen,) woolen 
factors and dealers, res, 172 n. West, 

Merritt J, J., res. e. Market, opp. Journ- 
al bldg. 

Merritt J. J, Mrs., newspaper, periodical 
and stationery depot, 33 n. Pennsyl- 
vania, res. e. Market, opp. Journal 
bldg, 

Merrit William M,, printer, Journal 
office, res. 212 Blackford. 

Merryman Daniel H., clerk, A. Clem & 
Bro., res. 146 Ft. Wayne av. 

Merryman William G., grocery clerk, 
298 n. Pennsylvania, bds, 392 n. 
Alabama, 

Meskill William D., book-binder, 79 w. 
Washington, res. n. Tennessee, out 
city limits. 

Messick T. B,, elk. p. o,, bds. Little's Hotel. 

METROPOLITAN THEATER, 

n. e. cor, Washington and Tennes- 
see, V. Butsch, propr,, Mathew V. 
Lingham, manager. See card, page 
190. 



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Metzner Adolph, (A. M. & Co..) 91 e. 
Washington, res. same. 

METZNER & CO., 

(Adolph M. & Frank Erdelmeyer,) 
druggists, 91 e. Washington. 

METZGER ALEXANDER, 

real estate, claim and general col- 
lecting agt,, room 6 Odd Fellow's 
Hall, res. 385 n. Pennsylvania. See 
card, page 22. 

Metzger Conrad, shoe-maker, res. n. 
Noble, cor. Ohio. 

Metzger David, lab., res. 57 Harrison. 

Metzger David, lajb.", res. 222 Union. 

Metzger Engeber, publisher, res. 79 n. 
East. 

Metzger John, bar-tender, 29 s. Merid- 
ian, res. 176 s. Illinois. 

Metzger Jacob, with city brewery, 213 
s. Pennsylvania, res. 404 n. Delaa- 
ware. 

Meyer Caroline, (wid.) res. 110 w. Ver- 
mont. 

Meyer Charles F., frame-maker, 21 n. 
Pennsylvania, res. 227 n. Liberty. 

Meyers Christ., lab., C. & L C. freight 
depot. 

Meyer Christian, carpenter, res. 275 e. 
" Ohio. 

Meyer Christian, lab., res. 31 s. East. 

Meyers Christopher, brass-moulder, res. 
89 s. Liberty. 

Meyer Emil, book-keeper. Merchant's 
National Bank, 48 e. Washington, 
bds. 36 n. Delaware. 

Meyer Frederick, drayman, res. 141 
Union. 

Meyer Frederick, gardener, Charles Hess, 
262 s. Meridian. 

Meyers George, painter, res. 219 Coburn. 

MEYER GEORGE F., 

(George F. Meyer & Co.,) and treas. 
Marion co., office Court House square, 
res. 180 n, Delaware. 

MEYER GEORGE R & CO., 
(George F. M. & William Kugel- 
man,) manfrs. and dealers in cigars 
and tobacco, 35 w. Washington. See 
card. 

Meyer Henry, salesman, 45 and 47 e. 
Washington, bds. Mississippi. 

Meyer Jacob, barber, e. Washington, res. 
12 s. Alabama. 

Meyer Joseph, clothier, 119 s. Illinois, 
bds. Virginia av. 

Meyer Ludwig, drayman, res, 98 David- 
son. 

Meyer Louis, turner, works 23 e. South, 
bds. s. e. cor. East and McCarty. 

Meyer Martin, parasol-repairer, res. 19 
s. Alabama. 

Meyer William, blacksmith, res. 426 e. 
Georgia. 



UNITED STATES 

POST-OFFICE DIRECTORY, 

FOR SALE BY 

LOGAN & CO., Publisliors, 
16J EAST WASHINGTON STREET. 



Meyer William, clerk, n. e. cor. Merid- 
ian and McCarty, res. 224 Union. 

Meyers Henry, maulter, bds. Ray House. 

Meyers John, moulder, Root's foundry, 
bds. n. e. cor. South and McCarty. 

Meyers Joseph, broom-manfr., bds. Na- 
gle House. 

Meyers Phillip, machinist, res. 383 s. 
Missouri. 

Meyers William H., route agt., Daily 
Herald, bds. 322 n. New Jersey. 

Mezgar David, machinist. Sinker & Co. 

Micavan John, lab., res. west end Mar- 
ket. 

Michael Elizabeth Mrs., (wid.) John, res. 
226 Madison av. 

Michael Griffin, works Cincinnati R. R. 
depot, bds. 176 s. Delaware. 

Michals John, teamster, res. e. s. First, 
bet. Mississippi and Lafayeite R. R. 

Michaly John, carpenter, res. 656 n. Ten- 
nessee. 

Mick James F., ijvholesale dealer in feath- 
ers, 21 w. Maryland, res. 170 n. 
Jackson. 

Mick William E., res. 469 n. New Jersey. 

Middan James W., fireman, C. & I. C. R, 
R., res. 470 e. Georgia. 

Miesen Julius, confectioner, Cincinnati 
Bakery, 107 e. Washington, bds. 
same. 

Mileham Joseph, master car repairs, 
BellefontaineR. R. shop, res. 261 Da- 
vidson. 

Milender & Clancey, (William B. M. & 
Matthew C.,) house and ornamental 
painters, 18 s. Meridian, 

Milender William B., (M. & Clancey,) 18 
s. Meridian, res. cor. Michigan and 
Winston. 

Miles Christopher, carpenter, bds. 211 s. 
Pennsylvania. 

Miles Oscar, foreman, Capital Job office, 
res. 280 n. Alabama. 

Miley John, lab., res. 77 Jackson. 

Miley John S., clerk, David Stevenson, 
res, 74 n. Jackson. 

Millard Elisha, checkman, C, & I. C. R. 
R,, res. Michigan rd., e, city. 

MILLER ADAM R., 

photographer, 45 e. Washington, res. 
139 n. Delaware. See card page 130. 



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167 



Miller Annie Miss, dress-maker, bds. 167 
e. South. 

Miller Anthony, carpenter, 227 e, Ver- 
mont, res. s«ime. 

Miller Anthony, drayman, 244 s. Ten- 
nessee. 

Miller August, shoe-maker, 158 w. Wash- 
ington, res. 28 Kentucky av. 

Miller Brad., asst. assessor, res. 373 n. 
Delaware. 

Miller Cambridge, (col.,) lab., res. 350 w. 
North. 

Miller Caroline, servant, H. Bates, jr., 
185 n. Delaware. 

Miller Catharina; "(wid.) John, washer- 
woman, res. 573 e. St. Clair. 

Miller Charles, tailor, 53 s. Illinois, res. 
118 Pratt. 

Miller Charles, works Jeflfersonville de- 
pot, res. 330 Madison av. 

Miller Charles, bds. 180 s. Meridian. 

Miller Charles E., patent right dealer, res. 
133 n. Mississippi. 

Miller Charles, works 99 s. Delaware, bds. 
39 Merrill. 

Miller Christ., carpenter, Eagle Machine 
Works, res. 123 e. McCarty. 

Miller Christian, journeyman carpenter, 
res. 230 n. Davidson. 

Miller Christian, lab., res. 219 Union. 

Miller C. W., messenger, Indiana Bank- 
ing Co., res. 317 n. Delaware. 

Miller Daniel, jr., boiler-maker. Sinker 
& Co. 

Miller David H., physician and surgeon, 
296 e. Ohio, bds. 298 e. Ohio. 

Miller Edward, salesman, 76 e. Washing- 
ton, bds. e. Market, bet. Liberty and 
East. 

Miller Edward T., druggist, res. 64 In- 
diana av. 

MILLER EDWARD T., 

druggist, 49 s. Illinois, res. 30 In- 
diana av. 

Miller Eli, student, N. W. C. University, 
bds. Broadway, Christian av. and 
Forest Home av. 

Miller Elizabeth, res. 12 Indiana av. 

Miller Emilie, (col.,) servant, 141 n. Ala- 
bama. 

Miller E. W., asst. general agt. Equitable 
Fire Insurance Co., of Indianapolis, 
room 4 Odd Fellows Hall, res. Vir- 
ginia av. 

Miller E. W. Mrs., res. 373 n. Delaware. 

Miller Ernest W., drayman, res. 70 Mad- 
ison av. 

Miller Frank, cooper, bds. 83 e. McCarty. 

Miller Fred, blacksmith, res. 172 s. Noble. 

Miller Frederick, journeyman carpenter, 
res. 21 Biddle. 

Miller George, (M., Mitchell & Stough,) 
carriage manfs., res. 88 Kentucky av. 



GAS AND STEAM FITTING, 



HANNING, KAMSAY & CO. 



83 West Washington Street. 



See card, page 162. 



Miller George B., blacksmith, res. 211 
Union. 

Miller Henry, lab., res. 206 w. Vermont. 

Miller Henry, journeyman carpenter, 
res. 360 n. East. 

Miller Henry, currier, Mooney & Co., res. 
304 s. Illinois. 

Miller Henry L., drug store, 49 s. Illinois, 
res. South, bet. Meridian and Penn- 
sylvania. 

Miller Henry W., (Dreher, M. & Co.,) res. 
304 e. Ohio. 

Miller J. Frank, Merchants' Police, res. 
260 n. Noble. 

Miller Jacob, lab., res. 332 w. Georgia. 

Miller Jacob, lab,, res. 412 s. Delaware. 

Miller Jacob, boot-maker, bds. California 
House, s. Meridian. 

Miller Jacob, cigar-maker, res. 33 Mc- 
Carty. 

Miller Jacob R., clerk, McKernan & 
Pierce's, res, 231 w. Vermont. 

Miller Jeremiah, res. n. s. National rd., 
w. White river bridge. 

Miller John, bds. Little's Hotel. 

Miller John, printer, Ben. Franklin office, 
res. n. e. cor. Washington and East. 

Miller John, machinist. Union Machine 
Works, res. 50 Fayette. 

Miller John, brewer, Lieber & Gagg, res. 
36 Water. 

Miller John, boiler-maker, bds. 83 e. 
McCarty. 

Miller John, clerk. Landers & Co., res. 
373 n. Delaware. 

Miller John, lab,, res. 158 s. Meridian. 

Miller John, hostler, 24 e. Maryland, bds. 
Wiles House. 

Miller John A.D., stair-builder, 10 Chat- 
ham, res. 468 n. East. 

Miller Kate Miss, saleswoman, Union 
Steam Bakery, bds. Vermont, bet. 
Tennessee and Mississippi. 

Miller Louis, blacksmith, n. s. Washing- 
ton, bet. Noble and Winston, res. 
Michigan rd,, near corporation line. 

Miller Mary Miss, (Starkey & M.,) 32 
Virginia av., res. same. 

Miller Milton Fv,, machinist, res. 37 
Orient. 

Miller Minor, student, commercial col- 
lege, res. cor. Meridian and Louisana, 



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S I IsT O E It 

SEWING MACHINES 

ARE BEAUTIES. 

TRY ONE OF THEM. 

See page vi. 



MILLEB, MITCHELL & 

STOUGH, (George M., William M. & 
Charles A. S.,) carriage manfs., cor. 
Kentucky av. and Georgia. 

Miller Nicholas, teacher, German-English 
School, bds. 238 s. New Jersey. 

Miller Nicholas, hostler, Meikel's Brew- 
ery, 215 w. Maryland, bds. same. 

Miller Noah, salesman, 37 e. Washington, 
bds. 143 n. Delaware. 

Miller 0. S., apprentice, book and job 
room. Journal Co., bds. 84 Massa- 
chusetts av. 

Miller Peter W., builder, bds. 133 n. Mis- 
sissippi. 

Miller Reinhold, watch-maker and jew- 
eler, 79 s. Illinois, res. same. 

MillerRudolph,uphol8terer, Hume, Adams 
& Co., 26 and 28 w. Washington, 
bds. Oriental House. 

Miller Sarah E., student, Indiana Female 
College, corner Meridian and New 
York. 

Miller Simon R., journeyman carpenter, 
bds. 68 Plum. 

Miller Spencer, gas-fitter. Coulter & 
White, res. 436 e. Michigan. 

Miller Stephen, lab., res. 391 s. Delaware. 

Miller Thomas, fireman, Peru R. R., res. 
alley, bet. East and Liberty. 

Miller Thomas P., boarding house, 157 
Davidson. 

Miller Valentine, lab., res. 230 s. New 
Jersey. 

Miller Valentine, currier, 38 e. Wash- 
ington. 

Miller William, hack driver, res. 289 e. 
New York. 

Miller William, ticket agt., Union depot, 
bds. 73 w. Maryland. 

Miller William, fireman, Atkins & Co.'s 
Saw Factory, bds. Wield House. 

Miller William, plasterer, bds. Jefferson 
House. 

Miller William, chair-maker, Spiegel, 
Thoms & Co., res. 116 n. Noble. 

Miller William B., (Sims M. & Hoskins,) 
gravel roofer, bds. 510 e. Washing- 
ton. 

Milleson Royal H., compositor, Herald 
book and job room, 16^ e. Washing- 
ton, bds. 84 Massachusetts av. 



Milligan James, student, Bryant's Com- 
mercial College, bds. 164 Virginia 
av. 

Milliner J., lawyer bds. 101 n. Tennes- 
see. 

Mills David, (L. Mills & Co.,) res. 74 e. 
North. 

Mills D. S., physician and surgeon, 82 s. 
Illinois, res. same. 

Mills Layton, (L. M. & Co.,) res. 180 
Massachusetts av. 

Mills Late & Co., livery and sale stable, 
alley, bet. Delaware and Pennsylva- 
nia. 

Millspaugh 0. C, painter, J. B. Osgood, 
bds. 32 n. Pennsylvania. 

Milner David, news dealer, res. 173 
Dougherty. 

Milner John, lawyer, ofiSce 94 e. Wash- 
ington, res. n. e. cor. Ohio and Mis- 
sissippi. 

Milton Hiram T., carpenter, Byrket & 
Sons, res. 338 Indiana av. 

Miner Maggie, Mrs., (wid.) Milton, res. 
163 w. Maryland. 

Miner Willis R., book-keeper, Connely, 
Wiles & Co., bds. Spencer House, s. 
Illinois. 

Miner William, carpenter, res. 16 w. 
Maryland. 

Minick Hiram, policeman, sixth ward, 
res. Madison av., cor. Phipps. 

Minick D. C. & Co., (D. C. M. & Abra- 
ham Horner,) real estate and claim 
agts., 17-^ w. Washington. 

Minick D. C, (D. C. M. & Co.,) 17^ w. 
Washington, res. same. 

Minteeh John, carpenter, res. 127 e. 
South. 

Mission Sabbath School, cor. Madison av. 
and Merrill, F. A. W. Davis, supt. 

Mitchal Bright, (col.,) journeyman car- 
penter, res. 158 Douglass alley. 

Mitchel Gustavo, lab., res. 89 n. Noble. 

Mitchel James, barber, bds. 9 Pearl alley. 

Mitchell James L., (Ketcham & M,,) over 
21 e. Washington, res. Market, e. of 
city limits. 

Mitchell Jacob, (J. M. & Co.,) res. 174 e. 
Ohio. 

Mitchell J. & Co., (Jacob M. & Benjamin 
Gundelfinger,) merchant tailors, 2 
Bates House. 

Mitchell Kate, (eol.,) cook, 36 New Jer- 
sey. 

Mitchell & McCain, (Simion J. M. & W. 
NcCain,) grocers, w. side n. Missis- 
sippi, bet. Fourth and Fifth. 

Mitchell Robert, brick-maker, res. 114 s. 
Michigan rd. 

Mitchell William M., (Miller M. & 
Stough,) carriage manfs., res. 113 
Benton. 



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169 



Mitchell Simion J., (M. & McCain,) res. 
755 n. Mississippi. 

Mittay Charles, billiard-tender, 9 w. 
Washington, res. 335 e. New York. 

Mittay Christian, res. 335 e. New York. 

Mittay Henry, works George Fahrion, 
res. 335 e. New York. 

Mittay John C, teamster,|re3. 347 e. New 
York. 

Mitten William, machinist, Root's Foun- 
dry, bds. 98 e. South. 

Mitson M,, servant, 52 n. Pennsylvania. 

Mix Lyman w., (Spencer & M.,) res. 100 
s. East. 

Mock Leonedas G., watchman, Bellefon- 
taine car shop, res. 216 Winston. 

Mock Martin, salesman, J. Staub, res. n. 
Davidson, bet. Ohio and New York. 

Mode Michael, (C. Karle & Co.,) 83 e. 
Washington, res. 125 n. Noble. 

Moeller William, clerk, Schroder & Loh- 
man, bds. 376 Virginia av. 

Moesch Thaddeus, confectionery and ice 
cream saloon, 33 n. Pennsylvania, 
res. 476 n. Alabama. 

Moffat Charlss, new and second-hand 
furniture, 26 "Virginia av., res. 142 
Ruchanan. 

Moffitt Emma G. Miss, clerk, picture gal- 
lery, 39 e. Washington, bds. 782 n. 
Illinois. 

Moffitt John, printer, W. & J. Braden, 
res. 237 s. New Jersey. 

Moffitt 0. I., printer, book and job room. 
Journal office, res. 237 s. New Jer- 
sey. 

Moffitt Robert, printer, Ben. Franklin 
office, bds. 153 w. Maryland. 

Moffitt Sarah, (wid.) John, res. 237 s. 
New Jersey. 

Moffitt William, printer, Ben. Franklin 
office, bds. 158 w. Maryland. 

Moffitt William, salesman, Browning & 
Sloan, bds. n. w. cor. New York and 
Mississippi. 

Molbey R. A., student, commercial col- 
lege, bds. cor. Michigan and Missis- 
sippi. 

Moloney Thomas, moulder, Sinker & Co. 

Monahan Catharine, (wid.) John, res. 
300 s. Tennessee. 

Monahan Charles, works rolling mill, 
bds. 300 s. Tennessee. 

Monahan John, boarding house, res. 300 
s. Tennessee. 

Monahan Patrick, works rolling mill, 
bds. 300 s. Tennessee. 

Monahan Timothy, salesman, 41 e. Wash- 
ington, res. 474 e. Georgia. 

Monaghm Patrick, boots and shoes, 18 
Virginia av,, res. 271 e. Merrill. 

Monfort Cornelius B., journeyman car- 
penter, res. 386 n. Mississippi. 



Cincinnati Home Insurance Co. 

IS DOING A 

GOOD, SAFE BUSINESS. 

See card, page 34. 



Monfort Isaac W., military claim agt., 
office room 3, Vinton's blk., n. Penn- 
sylvania. 

Moninger Daniel, saloon, 20 Kentucky 
av., res. 386 n. Tennessee. 

Monninger Conrad, saloon, 292 w. Mary- 
land, res. same. 

Monroe Jennie, Home Friendless Women, 
Pennsylvania, bet. Second and Third. 

Monroe John, journeyman carpenter, res. 
330 e. Vermont, 
roe I 
pie. 

Monroe Thomas, printer, Journal office, 
bds. 153 w. Maryland. 

Montague Martha, (wid.) William, res. 
105 s. New Jersey. 

Montague Mollie Miss, dress-maker, res. 
105 3. New Jersey. 

Montgomery Andrew, shoe-maker, 32 e. 
Washington, res. n. Meridian, bet. 
Pratt and St. Joseph. 

Montgomery Hanora Mrs., (wid.) James, 
res. 75 w. Louisiana. 

Montgomery William, cooper, res. cor. 
Maryland and Hellen. 

Montgomery William, lab., res. 312 Mad- 
ison av. 

MOODY & BROS., 

(Edward M. & Charles M.,) drugs 
and medicines, 180 Indiana av. 

Moody Charles, (M. & Bros.,) bds. Pyle 
House. 

Moody Edward, (M. & Bros.,) bds Indi- 
ana av., bet. Tennessee and Illinois. 

Moody Horace, engineer, I. & C. R. R., 
bds. 78 Benton. 

MOONEY & CO., 

(James E. M. & A. S. Mount,) leath- 
er, hides, oils, rubber and leather 
belting, 147 s. Meridian. 

Mooney Edward, (M. & Co.,) bds. 152 n. 
Mississippi. 

Mooney James E., (M. & Co.,) 147 s. Me- 
ridian, bds. 152 n. Missiesippi, cor. 
New York. 

Mooney Thomas, fireman, T. H. & I. R. R., 
bds. Nagle House. 

Moore Granville C, clerk, office supt. 
public instruction. 

Moore H. A., (Frink & M.,) 24 e. Geor- 
gia, res. cor. Meridian and Georgia. 



Emporium and Ware Rooms, on pages 38 and 150. 



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JAMES M. CARR. 



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SADDLES, HARNESS, 



COI^IiARS, &1& SADBLBS, 



COACH PADS, HORSE BLANKETS, 



FL-ir ISTETS, Etc. 



Xo. 70 WEST WASHINGTOJN^ ST., BATES HOUSE, 



INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA. 
O.A.R^JPE]VTER,S, LOOK! HER,E 



The Builders and Manufacturers' Association 



ARE PREPARED TO FURNISH 



DOORS, SASH, BLINDS, 

Window and Door Frames, Mouldings and Brackets. 



SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO 

Custom Work, Dressing Lumber, Working Flooring, Etc., Etc. 

Scroll Sawing and Turning neatly done. Dressed Lumber Ripped and Cut to order. They hav-e a 
Saw outside the main building to cut Bridging, split Boards, Chamber and Parallel Joists 
from ten to thirty feet long, making the Joist ready to lay on the wall. Also, 
dealers in all kinds of BUILDING LUMBER, JOIST, SCANTLING 
AND SHINGLES. Will endeavor to render satisfac- 
tion to all, hoping to share the patron- 
age of a generous public. 

Mill, No. 225 North Delaware St. Yard, No. 343 Massachusetts Ave. 



C. EDEN, 

President. 



JOHN L. AVERY, 

Secretary. 



DAVID KREGLO, 

Superintendent at the Yard. 



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Moore Chauncey G., U. S. internal rev- 
enue assessor, bds. 242 n. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Moore George W., C. & L C. R. R. office, 
cor. Virginia av. and Delaware, res. 
222 e. Louisiana. 

Moore Henry, chair-maker, Spiegel, 
Thorns & Co., res. 70 e. Market. 

Moore Henry H., physician and surgeon, 
298 e. Ohi©, res. same. 

Moore House, 70 e. Market, N. Moore, 
propr. 

Moore James, lab., res. 59 Jones. 

Moore John, student, N. W. C. Univer- 
sity, bds, s. w. cor. Ash and Chris- 
tian av. 

Moore John, boiler-maker, Eagle Machine 
Works, res. 229 s. Alabama. 

Moore John, lab,, res. 498 e. Georgia. 

MOORE JOHN W., 

plasterer, shop 168 Virginia av,, res. 
267 w. MerriU. 

Moore Joseph, lab., res. 24 Rose. 

Moore Joseph A., (Alford, Talbott & Co.,) 
2 Morrison's Opera blk,, s. Meridian, 
res. 209 n, Pennsylvania. 

Moore Joshua, woolen goods finisher, res. 
628 s. Illinois. 

Moore Kate M,, student, Indiana Female 
College, cor. Meridian and New York. 

Moore Mary, waiter, institute for the 
blind, bds. same. 

Moore Mary, (col.,) servant, 357 n. East. 

Moore Michael, lab., res. 337 s. Missouri. 

Moore MoUie Miss, student, Catholic Fe- 
male College, res. 73 s. Noble. 

Moore N., propr. Moore House, 70 e. Mar- 
ket, res. same. 

Moore Nicholas, lab., res. 382 s. Delaware. 

Moore Patrick, lab., res. 29 Madison av. 

Moore Philip H., piano-maker, 159 e. 
Washington, bds. Little's Hotel. 

Moore R. A, Miss, clerk, Grover & Baker 
S. M. Co.'s rooms, bds. 17^ Virginia 
av. 

Moore Robert, painter, res. 172 Buchanan. 

Moore Robert C, painter, res. 104 n, 
Pennsylvania. 

Moore Richard, tailor, Moritz Bros., res. 
67 s. West. 

Moore Samuel, county commissioner, 
auditor's office, res. Southport, Perry 
township. 

Moore Thomas, journeyman cooper, res. 
300 e. Walnut. 

Moore Thomas T., cooper, J. S. Carey & 
Co., res. 331 w. Maryland. 

Moore Thomas C, book-keeper, Murphy, 
Johnston & Co., res. 23 e. Michigan. 

Moore William, cooper, res. 373 w. Wash- 
ington. 

Moore William J,, conductor, Street Ry., 
bds. Neiman House. 



ENTERPRISE INSURANCE CO. 

OF 

CincinrLati, Oliio. 

R. H. EWING, General Agent for Indiana. 
See card, page 182. 



Moore Thomas, blacksmith shop, last 
house Virginia av., res. 553 Virginia 
av. 

Moores John A., trader, res. n. s. National 
rd., w. White river bridge. 

Moores John A., carpenter, res. 309 e. 
Merrill. 

Moores Julia Mrs., (wid.) Charles, res. 145 
e. Merrill. 

Moores J. M. Mrs., (Merrill & Co.,) 5 e. 
Washington, res. s. w. cor. Alabama 
and Merrill. 

Moose John, carpenter, res. 74 n. Penn- 
sylvania. 

Moose John M,, carpenter, bds. 35 w. 
Market. 

Moovis Frantz, cabinet-maker, Spiegel, 
Thoms & Co., res. 47 s. East. 

Moran Abbey, washerwoman, City Hos- 
pital, 
m Ell 
Tennessee. 

Moran Charles, lab., res. 124 s. Noble. 

Moran John, lab., res. 92 s. Liberty. 

Moran Patrick, lab,, res. 296 s. East. 

Moran Samuel, painter, res. 83 Bradshaw. 

More Aaron, (col.,) bartender, Exchange 
Billiard Rooms, res. w. Ohio, bet. 
West and Missouri. 

More Granfleld C, clerk, office supt, pub- 
lic instruction, res. 366 w. Vermont. 

More William, cooper, 226 s. East, res. 
373 w. Washington. 

Moren John, pitch tar maker, n, s. Wash- 
ington, bet. Noble and Winston. 

Morford Eraeline Mrs,, (wid.) Thomas, 
washing and ironing, res. cor. Penn- 
sylvania and Maryland. 

Morgan Daniel, millwright, 132 s. Penn- 
sylvania, res. w. Washington, bet. 
California and Blake. 

Morgan Daniel, switchman, Jefferson- 
ville R. R., res. 308 Madison av. 

Morgan David E., heater, rolling mill, 
res. 248 s. Missouri. 

Morgan Dennis, egg packer, 86 Virginia 
av., bds. alley bet. East and New 
Jersey. 

Morgan Hannah, (wid.) Calvin, res. 248 
e. Louisiana. 

Morgan James, clerk, 90 s. Meridian, res. 
237 s. Delaware. 



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172 



LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 



GROVER & BAKER 

SEWING MACHINES 

CAN BE SEEN AT 

JTo. 21 EAST WASHINGTON STREET, 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 



Morgan John W., sawyer, rolling mill, 
res. 33 e, McCarty. 

Morgan Joseph, hostler, 23 s. Delaware, 
bds. 131 n. New Jersey. 

Morgan Paulina, (wid.) John, res. 33 e. 
McCarty. 

Morgan S. M. Mrs., (Shearer & M.,) 13 s. 
Mississippi, res. same. 

Morgan Samuel C, res. 32 n. Fast. 

Morgan Stephen W., (Stewart & M.,) 40 
e. Washington, res. 191 s. Alabama. 

Morgan W. B., Merchants' police, res. 235 
e. South. 

Morgan William, engineer, res. s. e. cor. 
Virginia av. and Noble. 

Morgan William L., clerk, Solomon's 
store, res. 33 e. McCarty. 

Moriarty Daniel, lab., res. 248 s. Dela- 
ware. 

Moriarty James, brick-layer, res. 493 s. 
East. 

Mariarty Jeremiah, engineer, bds. 148 s. 
Delaware. 

Moriarty Michael, plasterer, res. 11 Co- 
burn. 

Moriarty Morris, lab., C. & I. C. freight 
depot, res. M. R. R., n. engine house. 

Moriarty Patrick, lab., res. 31 Bates. 

Moriarty Thomas, lab., res. 248 s. Dela- 
ware. 

Moriarty William, flagman, Union Depot, 
res. 334 s. Delaware. 

Moriarty William C, book-keeper, Mc- 
Kernan & Pierce, bds. Oriental 
House. 

Morley Thomas, lab,, res. 266 s. Missouri. 

Moroski Henry, lab., J. H. Goes & Co. 

Morrell H. L., moulder, bds, Ray House. 

Morris A., pattern-maker, Sinker & Co. 

Morris Amanda, student, Indiana Female 
College, cor. Meridian and New 
York. 

Morris Artemus, carpenter, res. 438 s. 
East. 

Morris Austin W., res. 115 s. Meridian. 

Morris Charles Gr., salesman, Browning 
& Sloan, bds. John Morris, 112 Jack- 
son. 

Morris Granville W., asst. secy. Equita- 
ble Fire Insurance Co., of Indiana- 
polis, 4 Odd Fellows Hall, bds. 17^ 
Virginia av. 



Morris Ellen, laundress, Palmer House. 

Morris Ella U., bds. 226 Massachusetts 
av. 

Morris Harmony, produce dealer, res 
330 Indiana av. 

Morris Henry, salesman, 59 w. Washing 
ton, res. 1 s. Mississippi. 

Morris James W., teller, Citizen's Na 
tional Bank, 4 e. Washington, res 
112 Jackson. 

Morris John, shoe-maker, res. 5 Daugh 
erty. 

Morris John D., station agt., I., C. & L 
R. R., res. 112 Jackson. 

Morris John L, (H. F West & Co.,) 37 s 
Meridian, res. Ft. Wayne rd, beyond 
city limits. 

Morris Joseph, grocer, 243 s. Meridian, 
res. same. 

Morris Leroy, (col.,) barber, G8 s. Illi- 
nois, res. same. 

Morris Lizzie Miss, student Commercial 
College, bds. Mrs. Pentecost. 

Morris Mary C, (wid.) Francis A., wash- 
erwoman, res. 226 Massachusetts av. 

Morris Mary, student Indiana Female 
College, cor. Meridian and New 
York. 

Morris Milton, student Commercial Col- 
lege, bds. 24^ w. Washington. 

Morris Samuel B., grocer, s. w. cor. Mc- 
Carty and Illinois, res. 79 Norwood. 

Morris Sanford, salesman, 10 e. Wash- 
ington, res. 275 w. Vermont. 

Morris Stephen, conductor, T. H. & I. R.R., 
bds. Nagel House. 

Morris Thomas A., late Brig. Genl. Vols., 
res. Western av., n. city limits. 

Morris William P., book-keeper, Equi- 
table Fire Insurance Co., Indianapo- 
lis, room 4 Odd Fellow's Hall, bds. 
17^ Virginia av. 

Morris William B., express messenger, I. 
& C. R. R., res. 210 Huron. 

Morrison Alexander F., (B. Lukens & 
Co,,) 24 s. Meridian, res. cor. Ft. 
Wayne av. and St. Mary. 

Morrison Ann, (wid.) A. F., boarding 
House, res. 52 n. Pennsylvania. 

Morrison Charles, clerk, 49 s. Meridian, 
res. Ft. Wayne av., cor. St. Mary. 

Morrison Esquire, farmer, res. 428 s. 
Missouri. 

Morrison James, lawyer, 24^ e. Washing- 
ton, res. Ft. Wayne av., cor. St. 
Mary. 

MOBRISOK" JOHN I., 

ex-treas. of State, and treas. of Amer- 
ican Horse Insurance and Detective 
Co., office Kentucky av., near cor. 
Washington, res. 475 n. Illinois. 

Morrison Joseph C, clerk, bds. 79 Nor- 
wood. 



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Morrison Lewis, book-keeper, Stewart & 
Morgan, res. cor. Ft. Wayne av. and 
First. 

Morrison Mary F., student Indinna Fe- 
male College, cor. Meridian and 
New York. 

Morrison Michael, jr., hack-driver, bds. 
135 Union. 

Morrison Robert I., deputy treas. of State 
office 28 Kentucky av., res. 475 n. 
Illinois. 

Morrison William, teamster, res. 429 e. 
St. Clair. 

Morrison W. A., secy. Indiana & Illinois 
R. R. Co.. 26' s. Meridian, up stairs, 
res. cor. Pennsylvania and Market. 

MOBRISOK" WILLIAM H., 

propr. Morrison's Opera Hall, (Al- 
ford, Talbott & Co.,) res. 63 Circle. 

Morrison William H., book-binder, Jour- 
nal Co., bds. 74 n. Pennsylvania. 

MORRISON'S OPERA HALL, 
n. e. cor. Meridian and Maryland. 
W. H. Morrison, propr. 

Morrow, Goodwin & Hay, (Wilson M., 
Robert M. G. & William H. H.,) 
room 3 Vinton blk., n. Pennsylva- 
nia. 

Morrow Robert, lab,, res. 120 n. West. 

Morrow Thomas, lab., res. 223 w. Market. 

Morrow Thomas, (Johnson & M.,) car- 
penter job shop, 32 n. Illinois, res. 217 
Coburn. 

Morrow Wilson, (M., Goodwin & Hay,) 
room 3 Vinton blk., res. 282 n. 
Pennsylvania. 

Morse Alfred C, road master, C. & I. C. 
R. R., 444 n. New Jersey. 

Morse Charles A., machinist, Sinker & 
Co., res. 138 W^inston. 

Morse Robert S., carpenter, res. 68 Indi- 
ana av. 

Morse Thomas J., carpenter and builder, 
e. side n. West, bet. New York and 
Vermont, res. cor. Vermont and 
West. 

Mortland Alexander, res. 227 n. Illinois. 

Morfon George T., law student, Perkins, 
Saylor & Jordan, bds. Pyle House, 
n. Meridian. 

Morton John, bricklayer, res. 67 Nor- 
wood. 

MORTON, MARTINDALE «& 
TARKINGTON, (Oliver P. M., Eli- 
jah B. M. & John S. T.,) attorneys 
at law, 2 w. Washington, cor. Me- 
ridian. See card, page 90. 

MORTON OLIVER P., 

(M., Martindale & Tarkington,) U. 

S. Senator, office 2 w. Washington, 

. cor. Meridian, res. 283 n. Alabama. 

Morton Peter H., traveling agt., Stone- 
man & Tuttle, res. 23 w. St. Joseph. 



CITY HOTEL, 

CHICAGO, ILLIKOIS, 

S.E. Corner Lake and State Sis. 

L. H. AINSWORTH, Peopkiktok. 
See card, page vii. 



Morton Robert, lab., res. 32 Bicking. 

Morton Thomas R., clerk U. S. quarter- 
master's office, res. 215 w. Ohio. 

Moseby Betty, (col.,) servant Indianapo- 
lis Female Institute, n. e. cor. Penn- 
sylvania and Michigan. 

Moseby Oliver, (col.,) servant Indianapo- 
lis Female Institute, n. e. cor. Penn- 
sj'^lvania and Michigan. 

Moses Lucius W., optician, 50 e. Wash- 
ington, res. 87 e. Michigan. 

Moss Andrew, machinist, res. 227 e. 
Market. 

Moss Martha Mrs., (wid.) Lewis, res. 92 
e. New York. 

Moss Nathan, (col.,) lab., res. South side 
North, near cor, Blackford. 

Mossier Liebermann I., merchant, res. 
157 n. Alabama. 

Mothershead Alvin M., (Major & M.,) 
room 5 Vinton blk., res. 548 n. Ten- 
nessee. 

Mottery Emelia Miss., student, bds. Con- 
cordia House. 

MOTTERY FERDINAND, 
propr. Concordia House. 

Mottery Josephine Miss., student, bds. 
Concordia House. 

Mottery Williaminine, Concordia House, 
s. Meridian. 

Moulton Charles W., engineer, I. & C. 
R. R., res. 26 Fletcher's av. 

MOULTON COLONEL J.. 

soliciting agt., Logan & Go's., pub- 
lications, 16^ e. Washington, bds. n. 
Pennsylvania, bet. First and Second. 

Moulton Daniel S., clerk, American Ex- 
press Co., res. 273 e. South. 

MOULTON R. J., 

real estate agt., 75 e. Market, res. 
n. Pennsylvania, bet. First and 
Second. 

Mount A. S., (Mooney & Co.,) 147 s. Me- 
ridian, res. 455 n. Tennessee. 

Mount Charles T., telegraph operatoi', J. , 
M. & I. R. R., bds. 466 n. Meridian. 

Mount Gitty A., boarding house, 148 In- 
diana av. 

Mount Sidney, (Mooney & Co.,) res. 466 
n. Meridian. 

Mount William P., currier, bds. Ray 
House. 



Of Wilkinson & Co., 26 East Washington Street. See card, page 94. 



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LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 



HART & MATHEWS, 






ABE PBEPAKBD TO 

BUILD ANY STYLE OR SIZE OF BUILDING 

On the Shortest Notice and at Reasonable Prices. 

PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS FURNISHED IF DESIRED. 



JOB WORK AND REPAIRING 

K'eatly Executed on the Shortest Notice, 

SHOP, No. 5 VIRGINIA AVENUE, 

Near the Corner of Pennsylvania.and Washington Sts. 

EC. E^V^^A^LD & CO. 



B 



In connection with JOHIST H. PAKDEICK:, 

CARAIAQE AND WAQON SHOP, 

South-West Corner Pratt Street and Fort Wayne Avenue. 

Having extensive facilities and first class workmen, we feel confident our work will compare 
favorablv with Eastern Manufacturers. SATISFACTION GUAR- 
ANTEED. GIVE US A CALL. 

TVEBB HOUSE, 

"No. 69 West Market Street, Indianapolis, Indiana. 



The above is a GOOD SUBSTANTIAL BOARDING HOUSE AND HOTEL, kept in a satisfactory manner, 
at reasonable rates. The House is 

Conveniently Located near the Business part of Town, 



And resident Citizens, Laborers and Stangers, will find a comfortable home at the Webb House. 



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175 



Mount William, tanner and currier, 
works Mount & Mooney, bds, Ray 
House. 

Mounts Henry M., receiving clerk, J., 
M. & L R. R., bds. 313 s. Delaware. 

Mountain Michael, lab., res. s. e. cor. 
Louisiana and Alabama. 

Mower Andrew, lab., res. 429 Arch. 

Moyer Joseph, carpenter, bds. cor. Ala- 
bama and St. Clair. 

Moynahan Andrew, lab., res. 330 s. Del- 
aware. 

MOZART HALL, 

35 and 37 s. Delaware, Reinhart 
Reinman, supt. 

Mucho Dora, servant, 157 n. Alabama. 

Mucho William, cigar-maker, 61 e. Wash- 
ington, res. cor. Pennsylvania and 
Merrill. 

Mueller August L., clerk, 94 e. Washing- 
ton, bds. 308 e. Washington. 

Mueller Charles G., Laenger Hall, 25 s. 
Delaware, res. same. 

Mueller Christian, carpenter, res. 439 s. 
East. 

Mueller Edward H., clerk, J. Mueller, 
306 e. Washington, bds. same. 

Mueller Frederick C, merchant tailor, 
94 e. Washington, res. 308 e. Wash- 
ington. 

Mueller John, brewer, Gagg & Co., res. 
Indiana av. 

Mueller John, liquor dealer, 306 e. 
Washington, res. same. 

Mueller L. H., drugs and medicines, 187 
e. Washington, res. same. 

Muer John, sawyer, Osgood & Smith, bds. 
59 e. McCarty. 

Muggivin Patrick, brakesmau, T. H. & I. 
R. R., res. 3 Kentucky av. 

Muhlmann Christ., cabinet-maker, Spie- 
gel, Thoms & Co., res. 488 s. New 
Jersey. 

Muhlenbeck Augustus, clerk, J. B. Con- 
aty, 198 e. Washington, res. same. 

Muhlenbeck Frederick, photographer, 2 
w. AVashington, bds. Emmengger's 
Restaurant. 

Muer James, tea dealer, 76 w. Market, 
res. same. 

Mulchy Michael, lab., res. 87 s. Noble. 

Mulchy Patrick, lab., res. 486 e. Georgia. 

Mulchy Margaret, (wid.) Daniel, res. 438 
e. Georgia. 

Mull Jacob H., mail agt., Bellefontaine 
R. R., res. 273 n. Tennessee. 

Mullany Dennis, clerk, 48 s. Meridian, 
bds. 134 n. Illinois. 

Mullany Mary, (wid.) Patrick, res. 355 
N. Illinois. 

Mullen Elizabeth, (wid.) John, res. 2 
Lockwood. 

Mullen John, lab., res. 370 s. Delaware. 



UNION INSURANCE CO. 



CAPITAL BOUND FOR LOSSES, 



$420,000.00, 



Office, H". W. Cor. Washington and Meridian Sts. 



Mullen Frank, railroad employe, bds. 
Ray House. 

Mullen Willie F., cash boy, Bee Hive, 2 
w. Washington, res. 521 n. Tennes- 
see. 

Mullen William, lab., res. 521 n. West. 

Mullenbeck Albert, upholster, 101 e. 
Washingtons, res. 198 e. Washington. 

Muller Augustus, professor music, res. 
29 Fletcher av. 

Mullen & Bro., butcher shop, 237 s. Ala- 
bama. 

Muller George F., (Muller & Bro.,) res. 
235 s. Alabama. 

Muller John A., (Muller & Bro.,) res. 
235 s. Alabama. 

Muller John A., marble carver, 69 e. 
Washington, res. Delaware, bet. 
Market and Washington. 

Mulligan Terrance, lab., res. 51 e. South. 

Mundan Nancy, servant, n. w. cor. Me- 
ridian and Seventh. 

Munday Madison, (Long, Snyder & Co.,) 
res. Dayton, 0. 

Munden BenjaraiB, lab., res. 47 Rose. 

Munger Christian, repairer, Western 
Union Telegraph Co., bds. 18 s. Dela- 
ware. 

Munhall Leander W., asst., A. E. Pur- 
sell, room 5, Wiley's blk., bds. 162 
n. New Jersey. 

Munkadink William, gardener, bds. 200 
w. South. 

Munsell Ezra, wagon-maker, 63 Charles, 
res. same. 

Munsell Henry, carpenter, U. S, arsenal, 
res. 11 Charles. 

Munson Charles H., (M. & Johnson,) res. 
286 n. Alabama. 

Munson David, propr. Munson's Tubular 
Lightening Rod, 62 e. Washington, 
res. 228 e. Market. 

Munson Gurley, propr. and manf. Mun- 
son's patent ruler, 62 e. Washing- 
ton, bds. 228 e. Market. 

MUNSON & JOHNSTON, 

(Charles H. W. & William J. J.,) 
stoves, tin-ware and house furnish- 
ing goods, 62 e. Washington, 

MUNSON WM. L., 

grocer, n. e. cor. Alabama and Mar- 
ket, res. 236 n. Alabama. 



Hogien patent Step Ladder, at Wilkinson & Go's. See page 94. 



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DRUGS, 

MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS, 

W. I. HASKIT & CO. 
14 West Wasliington. Street, 

INDIANAPOLIS. 



Muntz Alonzo, clerk, 32 w. Louisiana, 
bds. same. 

Muntz James, plasterer, res. 454 Virgi- 
nia av. 

Muntz Michael, plasterer, res. 440 Vir- 
ginia av. 

Muntz William, plasterer, res. 440 Vir- 
ginia av. 

]Murberger George, lab., res. 38 Henry. 

Murdock George T., book-keeper Dunn 
& Karney, res. 385 s. Illinois. 

Murdock Joseph, moulder. Root's Foun- 
dry, res. 385 s. Illinois. 

Murison Alexander, stone-mason, res. 
177 Meek. 

Murphy Daniel E , saloon, 396 w. North, 
res, same. 

Murphy Edwin, porter, Merchant's Union 
Express Co., res. s. Tennessee. 

Murphy Frank, lab., res. 265 s. Missouri. 

Murphy James, res. 17 Elizabeth. 

Murphy James N., auctioneer, 186 w. 
Washington, res. same. 

Murphy James, lab., res. 278 e. Louis- 
iana. 

Murphy Jesse T., policeman, ninth ward, 
res. 179 n. Noble. 

Murphj Johanna, (wid.) James, res. 389 
s. Meridian. 

Murphy John, lab., res. e. Michigan rd., 
city limits. 

Murphy John, lab., res. 270 Maple. 

Murphy John expressman, res. 26 Pitt. 

Murphy John, lab., res. 385 s. Meridian. 

Murphy John W., (M., Johnston & Co., 
and W. J. Holliday & Co.,) 49 s. Me- 
ridian, res. 166 n. Meridian. 

MURPHY, JOHNSTON & CO., 
(John W. M.. William AV. J. & Wil- 
liam J. Holliday,) wholesale dry 
goods and notions, 1 Morrison blk.. 
49 s. Meridian. 

Murphy Maggie, waiter, Institute for the 
Blind, bds. same. 

Murphy Maggie, servant, H. C. New- 
comb, 132 n. Alabama. 

Murphy Michael, lab., res. on alley, s. of 
Madison engine House. 

Murphy Michael, lab., cor. Mississippi 
and Louisiana, bds. 232 s. Missouri. 

Murphy Mike, policeman, seventh ward, 
res. 190 n. Blackford. 



Murphy Mary, servant, 23 e. Michigan. 

Murphy Milton, bar-tender, 202 e. Wash- 
ington, res. 181 n. Noble. 

Murphy Murphy, *ar boiler, res. 72 Ben- 
ton. 

Murphy Patrick, boot-maker, bds. Mrs. 
Cunninghams. 

Murphy Patrick, local freight clerk, T. 
H. & I. depot, res. 144 s. Missouri. 

Murphy Samuel, teamster, res. 38 Fletch- 
er's av. 

Murphy Tobias, cooper, res. 321 e. Geor- 
gia, shop in rear. 

Murphy William, lab., res. alley, bet. 
McCarty & Merrill, on Delaware. 

Murphy William T., laborer, res. 426 n. 
East. 

Murray Joseph, (col.,) hostler, L. Mills & 
Co. 

Murray Jerome, general agt., World Mu- 
tual Life Insurance Co., 32 s. Merid- 
ian, bds 59 n. Illinois. 

Murrell William R., salesman, New York 
store, bds. Wiles House. 

Murry John, mason, bds. 67 California. 

Murry Victoria Miss, pupil, Hess' Acad- 
emy of Music. 

Musgrave Moses, spinner, res. 63 Cali- 
fornia. 

Musgrave P. D., physician and surgeon, 
Fatout's blk., w. Washington, res. 
n. e. cor. Tennessee and Fifth. 

Musman Dietrich, ( W. & D. M.,) res. 244 
s. Meridian. 

Musman Frederick, clerk, W. & D. Mus- 
man, bds. 244 s. Meridian. 

Musman William, (W. & D. M.,) res. 244 
s. Meridian. 

Musman & Bro., (W. & D. M.,) grocers 
and produce dealers. 244 s. Meridian. 

Musser W. A., printer, book and job 
room, Journal Co., bds. 41 w. Mary- 
land. 

Mustard Ellen Mrs., dress-making and 
fancy sewing, 67 w. Georgia, res. 
same. 

Mustard Henry, mason, res. 67 w. Georgia. 

Mutchett Charles, carpenter, res. Fort 
Wayne av., bet. Alabama and New 
Jersey. 

Mutchler John, brewer, res. 52 Wyoming. 

Muth Peter, lab., res. alley bet. s. Liberty 
and East. 

Muzzy Bennett, expressman, res. 218 n. 
Missouri. 

Muzzy George, lab., res. 213 n. Missouri. 

Myer Moses, (M. & Straus,) 4 w. Wash- 
ington, res. Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Myer & Straus, (Moses M. & Isaac S. S.) 
clothing, 4 w. Washington. 

Myers Charles, cash boy, Dreher, Miller 
& Co., res. 97 Davidson. 

Myers Henry, clerk, bds. 9 s. Mississippi. 



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177 



Myers Christian, brass moulder, 110 s. 
DeLaware, res. corner Liberty and 
Meek. 

Myers George E., printer, Ben. Franklin 
office, bds. 322 n. New Jersey. 

Myers Henry, works Long & Co.'s malt 
house, s. Delaware, bds. Ray House. 

Myers James, (Poe & M.,) res. 245 n. Il- 
linois. 

Myers James B., clerk, res. 186 Virginia 
av. 

Myers John, journeyman carpenter, res. 
327 Winston. 

Myers John, tinsmith, res. 57 Madison 
av. 

Myers John, butcher, 220 s. Meridian, res. 
country. 

Myers John G., (Griffith & M.,) res. 191 
e. Market. 

Myers John W., teacher, res. 780 n. Ten- 
nessee. 

Myers Joseph, carpenter, res. 426 s. Il- 
linois. 

Myers Julia, (wid.) Charles, res. 230 s. 
New Jersey, 

Myers Leonard F., confectioner, res. 322 
n. New Jersey. 

Myers Michael, butcher, 220 s. Meridian, 
res. country. 

Myers William, boiler-maker, Central R. 
R. shop, res. 114 Railroad. 

Myers William, lab., res. 144 Railroad. 

Myers William, clerk, Schumeer's store, 
220 Union. 

Myers William H., agt. Indianapolis 
Daily Herald, bds. 322 n. New Jer- 
sey. 

Mylnr Bettie, servant, Dr. Clippinger, 385 
n. Pennsylvania. 



l^AEGLE JOSEPH F., salesman, 68 s, 

JJN Meridian, bds. Commercial Hotel, s. 
Illinois. 

Naer George, brewer, Gagg & Co., res. s. 
Alabama, bet. Merrill and McCarty. 

Nagel August, propr. Nagel House, 292 
w. Maryland. 

Nahmon August, varnisher, Spiegel, 
Thorns & Co., res, 223 e. Washington. 

Nahn William, shoe-maker, 17 w. Wash- 
ington, res, 380 e. Michigan. 

Naltner Aegidius, (A. Seidensticker & 
Co.,) 14 s. Delaware, res. 186 e. Mc- 
Carty. 

Nalty William, rag peddler, res. 262 Mad- 
ison av. 

Nan Valentine, lab., res. 159 High. 

Nardin Frederick P., cabinet-maker, Hel- 
wig, Robert & Co., res. 50 Fletcher 
av. 

Nash Charlotte, servant, Hess' Academy 
of Music. 



GROVER& BAKER 

SEWING MACHINES 

Are Neat and Woiseless. 
21 EAST WASHINGTON STEEET, 

INDIAXAPOLIS. 

Nathelfer Casper, bds. Union House. 

Naughton & Graney, (Patrick N. & Pat- 
rick G.,) grocers, 210 e. Washington. 

Naughton Patrick, (N. & Graney,) res. 
290 e. Louisiana. 

Naumes John, (Many &Naumes,) bds. 24 
Elm. 

Navin John A., veterinary surgeon, of- 
fice 163 w. Washington, res. £2 s. 
Mississippi. 

Naylor M. D. Miss, teacher, Institute for 
the Blind, bds. same. 

Neal Asa, printer, Journal Co., res, 41 
Huron. 

Neal Augustus C, printer, res. 130 Meek. 

Neal William, (col.,) lab., res, 1G5 w. 
Walnut. 

Neall George H., shipper, bds. 190 Vir- 
ginia av. 

Neall Jonathan R., shipper, res. 190 Vir- 
ginia av. 

Neall Lizzie E. Miss, student. Female 
Seminary, bds. 190 Virginia av. 

Neall Samuel W., clerk, bds. 190 Vir- 
ginia av. 

Neat Philip, lab., res. 503 n. Illinois. 

Neberhall John, carpenter, Washington 
Foundry, res. 206 Winston. 

Nicolai Charles, saddler, 326 e. Washing- 
ton, res. same. 

Needham William, (Indiana Banking Co.) 
res. Franklin, Ind. 

Neeld Natham M., salesman, 112 s. Me- 
ridian, bds. Bates House. 

Neff A. H., photographer, 139 w. Wash- 
ington, bds. same. 

Neffle Fred, (N. & Beck,) 98 s. Illinois, 
res. 275 s. West. 

Neffle & Beck, (Fred N. & Benjamin B.,) 
meat market, 98 s. Illinois. 

Neglevy Peter L., student at law, with 
Elliott & Black, 24^ e. Washington. 

Neiger Frederick, wagon-maker, 299 
Massachusetts av., res. 344 n. Noble. 

Neiger Jacob, (N. & Brunner,) res. w. 
side n. Tennessee, bet. Fourth and 
Fifth. 

NEIGER & BRUNNER, 

(Jacob N. & John B.,) butchers and 
meat dealers, 660 n. Tennessee. 

Neighbors Charles, expressman, res. 23 
Henry. 



(12) Office, 35 East Washington Street. See prospectus, page 110. 



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JOSEPH -Vf. TDJL'VIS, 

BRASS FOUNDER, IRON PIPINa, 

steam: j^istd g-a^s b^itxeh, 

no South Delaware St., opp. Indiana Central Freight Depot, Indianapolis. 

AN ASSORTMENT OF 

CHANDELIERS, BRACKETS, GLASS GLOBES, SHADES, 

And other Gas Fixtures, constantly on hand. Finished Brass Work, Brass Castings for Railroad 

and other Machinery, made to order. The highest cash price paid for old 

Copper and Brass or talcen in exchange for work. 



GEO. K. PERRIN. 



A. P. STANTON. 



PERRIN & STANTON, 

ATTORiEIS AT LAW AND ITARIE 



0. 



Ofaee, College Hall Building, over Fletcher & Sharpe's Bank. 

Will practice in all the FEDERAL AND STATE COURTS. 

ATTENTION TO COLLECTIONS AND CASES IN BANKRUPTCY. 

SHERMAN HOUSE, 

OF>I»OSITE TJNION I^ASSEZSTG^EJK, J3EFOT. 
This House is of good size, containing about 100 rooms, and 

AFFORDING FINE ACCOMMODATIONS, 

Owing to its convenient location near the Union Depot. Its rooms are large and well ventilated. 
The whole affording a pleasant home either in summer or winter. 

WM. M. HAWKINS, Jr., ) Klerks 
WiVI. J. GATES, j ^•e'^'^s. 



WM. IVS. HAWKINS, Proprietor. 






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9 



No. 34 North Pennslyvania Street, Indianapolis, Indiana. 
FRESH AND SALT MEATS, 



GAME, FISH, FRUITS, VEGETABLES AND FLOWERS, 

For sale, each in their season and of the very best the market will produce, at as low rates as the expe- 
rience of years will guarantee. Call aqd see for yourselves. 



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Neighbors Robert, drayman, res. 151 
Union. 

Neil Edward, lab., res. HO e. St. Joseph, 
cor, Alabama. 

Neiman Christian, (N. & Stelhorn,) res. 
231 Davidson. 

Neiman Dan. S., conductor, Citizen's 
Street Ry., bds. Neiman House. 

Neiman Frederick, engraver. 86 Virgi- 
nia av., bds. s. Delaware. 

Neiman John S., confectionery, 128 s. 
Illinois, res. Neiman House. 

Neiman Joseph, lab., res. 42 Louisiana. 

Neiman Laha Mrs., proprietress, Nei- 
man House, 128 and 130 s. Illinois. 

Neirmyer Henry, shoe-maker, 83 e. 
Washington, bds. rear 231 e. Mar- 
ket. 

Neis Louis, journeyman carpenter, res. 
460 n. East. 

Nelias Charles, tailor, res. 65 w. South. 

Nelson Edward, machinist, res. 167 
Meek. 

Nelson Henry H., janitor, Morrison's Op- 
era Hall, res. 125 n. Mississippi. 

Nelson Horatio L., watch-maker, 24 e. 
Washington, res. 310 e. Market. 

Nelson John, lab., res. 141 Union. 

Nelson Sandy, (col.,) res. 126 n. Mis- 
souri. 

Nelson Thomas, capitalist, res. 27 Massa- 
chusetts av. 

Nelson Thomas A., salesman. New York 
Store, bds. 27 Massachusetts av. 

Nermire Lena, servant, 19 e. Ohio. 

Nestner Christina, (wid.) Frederick, res. 
426 8. East. 

Nething Louis, stove mounter, Root's 
Foundry, res. 375 n. Noble. 

Neubacher Lewis, brass-finisher, res. 290 
s. Alabama. 

Nevin Margaret, servant, J. McLene, 139 
n. Pennsylvania. 

New John B,, minister, res. 82 n. Illinois. 

NEW JOHN C, 

cashier, First National Bank, s. e. 
cor. Washington and Meridian, res. 
248 n. Pennsylvania, cor. Michigan. 

New Valentine, packer, John Wood- 
bridge & Co., res. High. 

Newark Jos., fur dealer, bds. 115 w. New 
York. 

Newbury Jefferson, harness repairer, 
Street Ry. Co., cor. Tennessee and 
Louisiana, res. 181 Virginia av. 

NEWCOMB HORATIO C, 

chief editor, Indianapolis Daily 
Journal, res. 132 n. Alabama. 

Newcomb Richard H., clerk, Adjutant 
General's office, res. 316 e. New 
York. 

Newcomb William C, salesman, 49 s. 
Meridian, res. 446 n. New Jersey. 



NEW YORK 



BOOT AND SHOE STORE, 



D. H. CHASE, Proprietor, 



Glenns' Block, Ea,st Washington Street. 



Newcomer F.S., physician and surgeon, 
office 6 Blake's bldg., res. 18 w. 
Georgia. 

Newell John W., (N. S. Baker & Co.,) 73 
e. Washington, res. 234 w. Washing- 
ton. 

Newell Lyne S., teacher, piano forte 
music, third floor, Vinton's blk,, n. 
Pennsylvania, res. same. 

Newell Robert A., (Harper & N.,) carpen- 
ter, 40 Kentucky av., res. 245 n. 
Mississippi. 

Newman Hannah Miss, hoopskirt manf., 
95 e. Washington, res. 66 Massachu- 
setts av. 

Newman Henry, salesman, 173 w. Wash- 
ington, bds. 153 w. Maryland. 

Newman Isaac, broom-maker, Blind Asy- 
lum, res. 41 Ellen. 

NEWMAN JOHN S., 

prest. Merchant's National Bank, 
48 e. Washington, res. 243 n. Penn- 
sylvania, cor. Michigan. 

Newman Omar, merchant, res. 325 n. 
Pennsylvania. 

Newman Pauline, (wid.) Solomon, res. 
66 Massachusetts av. 

Newman Peter, lab., res. 305 s. Missouri. 

Newman William, journeyman carpen- 
ter, res. 237 w. Michigan. 

Newmeyer Julius, (Kittenback & N.,) 
bds. 279 Massachusetts av. 

Newsom Joseph, (N. & Hollowell,) res. 
426 n. Mississippi. 

Newton George A., clerk, C. & I. C. 
freight depot, bds. 72 w. Maryland. 

Niecum Joseph G., blacksmith, res. 173 
Eddy. 

Nichol James M., teller, Indiana National 
Bank, 2 e. Washington, res. 158 n. 
New Jersey. 

Nichol Joseph W., (Lowe & N.,) 19 n. 
Meridian, res. 158 n. New Jersey. 

Nicholas Addison, (Faught & N.,) 12 w. 
Washington, res. 132 n. Tennessee. 

Nicholas Harriet, (wid.) Elias, res. 19 
Chad wick. 

Nichols George, res. 68 Fletcher's av. 

Nichols London, (col.,) lab., res. 318 w. 
North. 

Nichols Thomas M., dentist, 27 w. Ohio, 
res. same. 



Gold Pen Depot, 26 East Washington Street. See page 94. 



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LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 



Nichols Willard, printer, Journal office, 
res. 73 e. St. Clair. 

Nichols Willard C, clerk, State Library, 
bds. 73 e. St. Clair. 

Nichols William L., (col.,) porter, 21 w. 
Washington, res. 318 w. North. 

Nicholson David, (N. & Scott,) stone 
yard, res. 166 w. Georgia. 

Nicholson Edwin, conductor, Street Ry., 
res. 259 w. Washington. 

Nicholson James W., salesman, R. L. Lu- 
kens, bds. House of Lords, w. Wash- 
ington. 

Nicholson Jesse C, painter, res. 239 w. 
IMcCarty. 

Nicholson William T., lab., I. & C. R. R. 
shop, res. 22 Lord. 

Nickarson Amos R., journeyman carpen- 
ter, res. 256 n. Mississippi. 

Nickles Jacob, ice merchant, bds. Cali- 
fornia House. 

Nicoli Ermestine, res. 109 w. Washing- 
ton. 

Niebergall John, carpenter, Eagle Ma- 
chine Works, res. cor. St. Clair and 
Ft. Wayne av. 

Niehaus Joseph, butcher, res. 361 s. Del- 
aware. 

Niemeyer Christ,, clerk, 102 s. Noble, 
bds. same. 

Niemeyer Henry T,, grocer and produce 
dealer, 102 s. Noble, res. s. w cor. 
Georgia and Noble. 

Niemeyer William, jr., brakesman, Cen- 
tral R. R., bds. 102 s. Noble. 

Niemeyer WMUiam, sen., grocer, res.s. w. 
cor. Georgia and Noble. 

Nienaber Betty, (wid.) Hermann, res. 
297 e. Georgia. 

Niermeyer Fred., shoe-maker, 25 w. 
Washington, bds. s. New Jersey. 

Nifeing Nicholas, lab., res, w. side n. Illi- 
nois, bet. Fourth and Fifth. 

Nimse Thomas, lab., bds. 405 w. New 
York. 

Ninth Ward School House, Vermont, bet. 
Railroad and Davidson. 

Nitch Theressa, (wid.) Albert, res. 220 s. 
East. 

Nixon J. Howard, pastor. First Presbyte- 
rian Church, res. 76 e, Michigan. 

Noble Alanson F,, military claim agt., 
and secy, and treas. Anticlinal Oil 
and Mining Co., room 5, Yohn's blk., 
bds. with W. P. Noble, near termi- 
nus e. Market. 

NOBLE LAZARUS, 

clerk. Supreme Court, office State 
House, res. 88 w. Ohio. 

Noble J.; merchant, res. 5 Madison av. 

Noble William H. L., general agt. I,, C. 
& L, R. R,, res. Madison av., cor. s. 
Delaware, near corporation line. 



Noble Winston P., capitalist, res n, side 
e. Market, near east terminus. 

Noe Andrew J., carpenter, res. 323 e. 
Washington. 

Noe Marshall, foreman, cor. Market and 
Winston, res. cor. New Jersey and 
Washington, 

Noel E. B., (E, L, & E, B.,) 86 Virginia 
av., res. 252 s.New Jersey 

Noel Eliza G. Miss., student, Female 
Seminarj'-, res. 252 s. New Jersey. 

Noel E. L., (E. L. & E. B.,) 86 Virginia 
av., res, 252 s. New Jersey. 

NOEL E. L. & E, B., 

(E. L. & E. B, N,,) grain dealers, 86 
Virginia av. 

Noel Sarah F. Miss., student, Female Col- 
lege, res, 252 s. New Jersey. 

Noel S, V. B., 86 Virginia av., res, 252 s. 
New Jersey. 

Noelke Frederick, machinist, B. F. Haugh 
& Co., 62 s, Delaware, 

Noerr George, brewer, res, 349 s. Ala- 
bama, 

Noffsinger F. B., physician, 49 Indiana 
av., res. same. 

Noffsinger William R., (J. D. Pattison & 
Co,,) and banker, 9 s. Meridian, res. 
National rd., 1 mile e. city limits. 

Nolan Joshua D,, res. 756 n. Tennessee. 

Nolan Michael, shoe-maker, 63 Indiana 
av., bds. 223 s. West. 

Nolan Nellie Mrs., res. s. side National 
rd., w. White river bridge. 

Nolan Solomon C, cabinet-maker, 325 e. 
Washington, res. 114 s. Noble. 

Nolting Charles, lab., res, 127 e. St. 
Joseph. 

Nooe Daniel M., carriage-maker, res. 119 
a. New Jersey. 

Nooe Martha, (wid.) Aquilla, res. 119 s. 
New Jersey. 

NORMAL ACADEMY OP 

MUSIC, 263 8, Meridian, office 35 e, 
Washington, Chas, W. Hess, princi- 
pal. See card, page 110. 

Noon Michael, lab., res. 227 w. Merrill. 

Norris John N., shoe-maker, 154 e. 
Washington. 

North Miron, res. 196 e. McCarty, 

North Myron, saloon, 48 s. Meridian, up 
stairs, res. 36 n. New Jersey. 

North P. A., grocer, cor. Blake and, Eliz- 
abeth, res. same. 

North Street M. E. Church, n. Alabama, 
cor. North. 

NORTH-WESTERN CHRIS- 
TIAN UNIVERSITY, on Forest 
Home av,, end of Plum, beyond city 
limits, Elijah H. Goodwin, prest. 

North-Western Mutual Life Ins. Co. of 
Wis., office Journal bldg., e. Market, 
Martin & Hopkins, State agts. 



See Portraits of distinguished Templars, In every 



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181 



Northam William, journeyman carpen- 

rer, res. 10 Arch. 
Northman Frederick, cooper, res. 263 s. 

West. 
Northrop' William W., (Tincher & N.,) 2 

Blake's bldg., res. 421 n. Illinois. 
Northway George M., plasterer, res. L86 

n. New Jersey. 
Norton Jessiah J., cash boy, New York 

Store, res. 276 e. North. 
Norton Luther, carpenter, cor. Illinois 

■and North, res. 276 e. North. 
Norton William H., asst. engineer, Arse- 
nal, res. 174 n. Dayidson. 
Norwood Margaret Mrs., res. 120 w. 

Maryland. 
Notmire Criston, carpenter, res. 293 e. 

Ohio. 
Notter Kate, brush-maker, 106 s. Illinois, 

res. outside city limits. 
Notter lena, brush-maker, 106 s. Illinois, 

res. outside city limits. 
Notter Stephen, brush-maker, 106 s. Illi- 
nois, res. outside city limits. 
Nonnenneacker Aloysuis, asst. St. Mary's 

R, C. church, res. 75 e. Maryland. 
Nowce William, lab., res. 299 e. New 

York. 
Nowland John H. B., traveling agt., res. 

283 e. South. 
Null Thomas E., book-binder, 17 w. 

Ma-yland, bds. 194 w. Vermont. 
Nulle Trancis B., carpenter, J. II. Goes 

& Co. 
Nutting Rufus, jr., (N. & Wood,) 21 w. 

Vv'ashington, res. 368 n. East. 
NUTTING & WOOD, 

(Rufus N. jr., & Daniel L. W.,) agt. 

Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co., 

21 w. Washington. 
Nutts Jacob, baker, res. 113 Massachu- 
setts av. 
Nydegger Frederick, carpenter, res. 110 

e. St. Marys. 
Nydegger Frederick, jr., cabinet-maker, 

res. 110 e. St. Marys. 



OAGRI LEWIS, engineer, Cabinet Ma- 
kers' Union, res. 525 e. Market. 

Oakey Joseph, patent right agt,, res 326 
n. East. 

OATMAN MEimiTT J., 

agt. Singer Manufacturing Co.'s 
Sewing Machines, machine supplies, 
needles, thread, sewing silk, &c., 16 
n. Delaware, res. 712 n. Tennessee. 
See cut of machine, and statement, 
page vi. 

Obenchain Timothy L,, gardener, res. 417 
n. Tennessee. 

Ober Henry, mill-wright, feds. Nagel 
House. 



TAILORS, HARNESS-MAKERS, 

Saddlers and Shoe-Makers, 

USK THE 

SINGEK SEWING MACHINE. 

See card on page vi. 



Delaware. 

Obergfell Isadore, works Central depot, 
res. 392 s. Delaware. 

Obergfell Joseph, checkman, C. & I. C. 
R. R., res. 392 s. Delaware. 

Obergfell Phillip, lab., C. & I. C. freight 
depot. 

Obermeyer Levi, cabinet-maker, Spiegel, 
Thorns & Co., res. 166 e. Michigan. 

Obermeyer Maria A. Mrs., dress-making, 
50 s. Illinois, res. same. 

Obermeyer Milton, cabinet-maker, Spie- 
gel, Thorns & Co., bds. 277 Virginia 
av. 

O'Brian Henry, teamster, res. 129 Steven. 

O'Brian John, lab., res. 80 Bates. 

O'Brian Richard, varnisher, Spiegel, 
Thoms & Co., res. 77 s. East. 

O'Brian Thomas, stableman, W^ood & 
Foudray, res. 73 s. Pennsylvania, 

O'Brien Christian H., clerk p. o., res. 140 
Massachusetts av. 

O'Brien Jeremiah, tinner, 68 e. Washing- 
ton, res. 28 Wyoming. 

O'Brien John, lab., res. 260 s. Delaware. 

O'Brien John, baggage master, P. & I. R. 
R., bds. 142 s. East. 

O'Brien John, wagon driver, steam ba- 
kery, res. 264 s. Alabama. 

O'Brien Joseph, lab., res. 187 Madison av. 

O'Brien Michael, lab., res. 390 s. Ten- 
nessee. 

O'Brien Thomas, sawyer, Scott & Nichol- 
son, res. 42 Clinton. 

O'Brien Timothy, traveling agt., C. & I. 
C. R. R., cor. Virginia av. and Del- 
aware, res. 282 s. Delaware. 

O'Calahan Daniel C, farmer, bds. 199 
Meek. 

O'Callaghan Michael, lab., res. 36 Lord. 

O'Callaghan Daniel, lab., res. 275 s. West. 

O'Connard Michael,lab. res. 198 Minerva. 

O'Connell Dennis, works City Gas Works, 
res. 232 Madison av. 

O'Connell Jeremiah, lab., bds. Nagel 
House. 

O'Connell John, lab., bds. 277 Madison 
av. 

O'Connell John, gas-fitter, (Coulter & 
White.) 



Number of the Good Templar paper. See card, page 98. 



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ENTERPRISE INSURANCE CO, 

m 

OF CINCINNATI, OHIO. 



Capital Safely Invested, $1,000,000.00. 

SECURED BY STATE LAW, $2,000,000.00. 



DIRECTORS. 



R. M. Bishop, of R. M. Bishop & Co. Charles Rule, of C. Rule & Coleman. 

Theo. Cook, of Barker, Hart & Cook. D. T. Woodrow, of Woodrow & Mears. 

Joseph C. Butler, President Lafayette Bank. Adolph Wood, of Adolph Wood & Co. 



James Glenn, of William Glenn & Sons. 
L. R. Hull, of Addy, Hull & Co. 

A, S. Winslow, of Winslow & Smith. 
John Shillito, of John Shillito & Co. 



A. D. Bullock, of A. D. Bullock & Co. 
Allen Collier, of J. Swasey & Co. 
L. A. Harris, Ex-Mayor of Cincinnati. 



THOMAS SHERLOCK, President. 



W. B. CASSILLY, Vice-President. 



STOCKHOLDERS. 



R. M. Bishop & Co. 

S. N. Pike. 

Adolph Wood & Co. 

Briggs, Swift & Co. 

Robert Jloore. 

Addy & Hull. 

A. S. Winslow. 

Walter Smith. 

James W. Gaff. 

Stall & Meyer. 

T. R. Biggs & Co. 

W. Shaeffer. 

S. W. Smith. 

J. L. Keck & Bro. 

R. Beresford & Co. 

Tweed & Sibley. 

Babbitt, Harkness &, Co. 

A. B. Merriam & Co. 

C. G. Pearce. 

Hind & Porter. 

M. W. Stone. 

Hamilton, Clay & Co. 

Williams, Boal & Co. 

C. & A. Jacob. 

J. C. Crane. 



Theo. Cook. 
John Shillito & Co, 
A. D. Bullock & Co. 
Procter & Gamble. 
Joseph C. Butler. 
Howell, Gano & Co. 
Thomas Sherlock. 
Charles Rule. 
Boyle, Miller & Co. 
A. H. Andrews. 
George Hafer. 
H. Grotenkemper. 
Poland & Henry. 
Morris Orum. 
Brashears & McLaughlin. 
Thomas Phillips. 
M. Werk. 
Thomas Kirby. 
George H. Hill. 
Shaw, Barbour & Co. 
Pierce, Tolle &. Holton. 
Wasson, Talbott & Page. 
N. W. Emerson & Co. 
King, Lloyd & McLain. 
H. A. Jones. 



George C. King. 
David Gibson & Co. 
Wm. Glenn & Sons. 
Moore,Wilstach& Baldmn 
Sellew & Co, 
Wilson, Egleston «fc Co. 
W. M. Patterson. 
E.G. Leonard & Co. 
J, Rawson. 
W. W. Hanly & Co. 
McKeehan & Evans, 
G. Meldrum & Co. 
Dubois & Augur, 
Buchanan & Co. 
Beatty &; Trowbridge. 
Chatfield & Woods. 
Ste adman & Shaw. 
John Young, Esq. 
H. Block & Co. 
M. Bare & Co. 
Hill & Hulbert. 
S. Levi & Bro. 
Phillip Hinkle. 
W. F. & J. Thorne. 
F. Strauss & Bro. 



J. W. Donohue, 
J. Swasey & Co. 
Harvey DeCamp. 
Miles Greenwood. 
Tweed & Andrews. 
J. M. Canfield, 

And others. 

LOISVILLE. 

W. C. Hite. 
Guthrie & Co, 
J. B. Smith. 
Hall & Long. 
Verhoff & Bro. 
A. S. Gilmore. 
Robert Atwood. 
Sherley,Woolfolk&Co. 

MADISON, IND. 

N. Powell. 

DAYTON, OHIO. 

V. Winters. 
John H. Winters. 
George W. Shaw. 
J. V. Perrine. 
Henry S. Fowler. 



Ml^I^TUN", HOFIiirVS & ITOLLEITT, A.g-eixts. 



OFFICE, NEW JOURNAL BUILDING, 



East Market Street, Indianapolis, Indiana. 

R. H. EWING, General Agent for Indiana. 



p. 0. BOX 8Y3, INDIANAPOLIS. 



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O'Connell James, drayman, res. 40 Lord. 

O'Connell Murty, lab., res. 294 s. Dela- 
ware. 

O'Connell Thomas, lab., res. 45 s. Benton. 

O'Connell William, stone-cutter, res. 48 
Wyoming. 

O'Connor Bawn M., lab., res. 245 s. Ten- 
nessee. 

O'Connor Daniel, lab., res. 36 Douglas. 

O'Connor Daniel, lab., res. 520 e. Georgia. 

O'Connor Daniel, lab., res. 191 Meek. 

O'Connor Dennis, merchant tailor, 113 s. 
Illinois, res. same. 

O'Connor Dennis, tailor, 68 e. Market, 
res. same.? 

O'Connor Edward, lab., bds. 210 s. Dela- 
ware. 

O'Connor John, lab., res. 260 s. Delaware. 

O'Connor John, lab., res. 269 s. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

O'Connor Joseph, agt. Sands' Chicago ale, 
54 s. Illinois, res, same. 

O'Connor Maurice, lab., res. 384 s. Dela- 
ware. 

O'Connor Michael, lab., res. s. e. cor. 
Elizabeth and Elm. 

O'Connor Michael, porter, Elliott & Ryan, 
res. 289 s. East. 

O'Connor Michael, jr., city contractor, 
res. 73 s. Noble. 

O'Connor Michael, sen., lab., res. 237 
Coburn. 

O'Connor Michael, lab,, res. 384 s. Dela- 



O'Connor Patrick, lab., res. 275 s. West. 

O'Connor Peter, tailor, res. 78 Eddy. 

O'Connor Thomas, soldier, R. G., res. 19 
Buchanan. 

O'Connor Thomas, boot and shoe-maker, 
res. 210 s. Delaware. 

O'Connor Thomas, contractor, res. 288 s. 
Delaware. 

Odd Fellows Hall, n. e. cor. Washington 
and Pennsylvania. 

O'Connell James, fireman, I. & C. R. R., 
bds. Ray House. 

Oehler David, saloon keeper, 84 s. Meri- 
dian, res. same. 

Oehler Roman, clocks, watches and jew- 
elry, 34 Virginia av., res. same. 

Oelschlager Benjamin J., machinist. 
Phoenix Works, res. 424 e. St. Clair. 

Oelschlager John, machinist, res. 424 e. 
St. Clair. 

O'Farrell Edward, boiler-maker, res. 340 
s. Alabama. 

O'Fenning Wilhelm, gilder, 21 n. Penn- 
sylvania, bds. Emenegger's Hotel, 
113 e. Washington. 

Off Christian, (0. & Bros,) res. 297 n. 
Noble. 

Off Gotleib, (0. & Bros,,) res. 324 n. 
Noble. 



Keeps a full line of 

HATS, CAPS AND FURS, 

Suited to the Season, 
16 East ^Vasliington Street. 



Off & Bros., (Christian 0., Jacob 0. & • 
Gotleib 0.,) lumber dealers, n. e. cor. 
North and Noble. 

Off Jacob, (0. & Bros.,) res. n. Noble. 

Offutt James, journeyman carpenter, res. 
144 Winston. 

O'Finnigan Daniel, porter, M. U. Express 
Co., bds. s. Illinois, bet. South and 
Merrill. 

Ofterhyde William, turner, Cabinet- 
Makers' Union, res. 234 Davidson. 

Ofterhyder Henry, lab., res. 241 David- 
son. 

Ogden William S., clerk, general freight 
office T. H. & I. R. R., res. 337 s. Me- 
ridian. 

Oglesby John H., captain steamboat, Mis- 
sissippi river, res. 157 n. Tennessee. 

Oglesby Joseph E., clerk, E. B. Tidd & 
Bro., s. e. cor. Washington and Me- 
ridian, res. 351 n. Alabama, cor. 
Walnut. 

Oglesby Laura Miss, pupil, Hess' Acad- 
emy of Music, bds. same. 

O'Gorman John, hostler, res. 276 s. Ten- 
nessee. 

O'Hanlon Francis, lab., res. 179 n. Ten- 
nessee. 

O'Hara Edward, stone-cutter, bds. 38 s. 
Tennessee. 

O'Hara John, shoe-maker, 75 e. Washing- 
ton, res. cor. West and McCarty. 

O'Hara Mathew H., tailor, res. 233 s. 
West. 

O'Hara Michael, lab., res. 311 s. Mis- 
souri. 

Ohr Aaron D., ticket clerk, Union Depot, 
res. 431 n. Meridian. 

Ohr Henry, clerk, Adams Express Co., 
res. 126 n. Delaware. 

OHR JOHN H., 

agt. Adams Express Co., office 12 e. 
Washington, res. 450 n. Meridian. 
See card page 50. 

Ohler Andrew, watchmaker and jeweler, 
20 s- Delaware, res. same. 

Ohleyer George, basket-maker, 146 s. 
Meridian, res. same. 

Oiler Philip, wagon-maker, bds. 240 s. 
Delaware. 

O'Keane Dennis, blacksmith, res. 400 e. 
Georgia. 



See card of J. W. Davis, Gas and Steam Fitter, page 178. 



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LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 



O'Keane P. J., clerk, Nicholas Simpson, 
bds. 235 s. Delaware. 

O'Keif Timothy, lab., res. 264 s. Ten- 
nessee. 

O'Key Edwai'd, carpenter, res. 859 n. 
New Jersey. 

O'Landon Edward, lab., res, 197 Meek. 

O'Leary Daniel, clerk, Merchants' Union 
Express, Union Depot, res. 280 s. 
Tennessee. 

O'Leary Edward, lab., res. 42 Bicking, 

0"Leary Jeremiah, saloon, 103 s. Illinois, 
res. same. 

O'Leary Michael, lab., res. 2G4 s. Ala- 
bama. 

O'Leary William, section boss, I. & C. R. 
R., res. 190 s. East. 

Olin C. C, general insurance agt., room 
16 Eden's blk., e. entrance, e. Mar- 
ket, res. n. Tennessee, n. city limits. 

OLIVER D. H., 

physician and surgeon, 31 Virginia 
av., res. 28 Gregg. 

Oliver Theodore, lab., res. 315 s. Missouri. 

Oliver William, hod-carrier, bds. 199 w. 
Maryland. 

OLoughlin John, moulder. Root's foun- 
dry, res. 8. w. cor. Merrill and Ken- 
tucky av. 

O'Loughlin Patrick, lab., res. 260 s. Del- 
aware. 

Olsen Peter, brick-mason, res. 75 Union. 

O'Mara James, porter, M. U. Express Co., 
Union Depot, bds. s. Illinois. 

OMara Lizzie, waiter, Palmer House, 
bds. same. 

O'Mara Patrick, machinist, Sinker & Co., 
res. 419 s. Illinois. 

O'Mara Timothy, works Merchants' Ex- 
press, bds. 213 s. Pennsylvania. 

O'Mourcus Tiag Onsil, boots and shoes, 

66 Massachusetts av., res. same. 
.O'Neal James H,, flagman, s. Pennsylva- 
nia, res. 83 w. Louisiana. 

O'Neal Julia Miss, milliner, w. Washing- 
ton, bds. 82 s. Illinois. 

O'Neil Esther Miss, student. Female Sem- 
inary, bds. 149 e. McCarty. 

O'Neil John, peddler, bds. 300 s. Ten- 
nessee. 

O'Neil John, brick-layer, bis. Jefferson 
House. 

O'Neil Margaret Miss, dress-maker, res. 
149 e. McCarty. 

O'Neil Michael, contractor, bds. 199 
Meek. 

O'Neil Michael, cutter, J. & P. Gramling, 
res. 149 e. McCarty. 

O'Neil Nelly Miss, mantau-maker, res. 
149 e. McCarty. 

O'Neil Thomas, jr., lab., res. 164 Meek. 

O'Neil Thomas, farmer, res. 199 Meek. 

O'Neil Timothy, lab., res. 168 Meek. 



O'Neil William, lab., res. 279 w. Merrill. 

Neill John, lab., res. 211 e. Market. 

O'Nealy Patrick, porter, 52 s. Meridian, 
bds. Georgia, bot. Illinois and Meri- 
dian. 

Orbison Will H., (E. H. Mayo & Co.,) 23 
e. Washington, res. 126 n. Tennessee. 

O'Reily John, shoe-maker, 91 s. Illinois, 
bds. 414 s. Tennessee. 

O'Reily Michael, boots and shoes, 91 s. 
Illinois, res. 414 s. Tennessee. 

O'Reiley William, bar-tender, 103 s. Illi- 
nois, bds. same. 

Ormstrong E. J,, cattle merchant, bds. 
198 s. Illinois. 

Orphan Asylum, s. e. cor. Tennessee and 
Fifth, S. E. Kersey, supt. 

Orr Andrew, compositor. Capital Job of- 
fice, bds. 280 D. Alabama. 

Osborn George W., (J. H. 0, & Son,) res. 
225 n. Liberty. 

Osborn John H., (J, H. 0. & Son,) res. 
225 n. Liberty. 

Osborn John H, & Son, (John H. 0. & 
George W. 0. ) dry goods, 174 e. 
Washington. 

Osborn William, carpenter, res. 316 w. 
Washington. 

Osborne A. M., asst. engineer, room 21 
Talbott & New's blk., res. 80 n. Penn- 
sylvania. 

OSGOOD JOHN B., 

painter, and dealer in paints, oils 
and window glass, 82 e. Washington, 
res. 212 e. Market. See card page 90. 

Osgood John B., jr., book-keeper, 82 e. 
Washington, res. 155 n. Tennessee. 

Osgood JudsonR., (0., Smith & Co.,) res. 
84 e. Michigan. 

Osgood, Smith & Co., (Judson R. 0., Sam- 
uelF. S. & Jacob Woodworth,) manfs. 
of wheels, spokes, hubs, etc., 230 s. 
Illinois. 

O'Shea Dingle J., lab., res. 162 Meek. 

O'Shea James, lab., res. 245 s. Missouri. 

O'Shea Patrick, lab., res. 181 Meek. 

O'Shea Thomas, stone-cutter, res. Michi- 
gan rd., near city limits. 

O'Shea Thomas, lab., res. 619 e. Georgia. 

O'Shea Timothy, lab., res. 521 e. Georgia. 

Ossenfort Frederick, porter, 76 s. Meri- 
dian, res. 316 n. Meridian. 

Osterman John, (H. Emmerich & Co.,} 86 
w. Washington, bds. 16 s. Mississippi. 

Ostermeir Lewis, drayman, res. 9 Charles. 

Ostermey Bena Mrs., res. 268 s. Alabama. 

Ostermeyer Christian F., notion dealer, 
350 e. Ohio, res. same. 

Ostermeyer Frederick, (Holland, 0. & 
Co.,) 76 e. Washington, res. e. Wash- 
ington, near'city limits. 

Ostermeyer Henry, carpenter, res. 228 s. 
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O'Sullivan Abby Mrs., (wid.) Jeremiah, 
res. old brick yard house, bet. East 
and Noble. 

O'Sullivan Andrew, lab., res. 260 s. Del- 
aware. 

O'Sullivan Daniel, lab., res. 106 Meek. 

O'Sullivan Daniel, lab., res. 290 s. Dela- 
ware. 

O'Sullivan Florence, lab., bds. 276 s. 
Delaware. 

O'Sullivan James, works rolling mill, 
res. n. w. cor. Merrill and Missouri. 

O'Sullivan Jeremiah, lab., res. 175 Meek. 

O'Sullivan Jeremiah, lab., res. 37 Dacota. 

O'Sullivan Michael N., contractor, res. 
190 Harrison. 

O'Sullivan Orthe, lab., res. 276 s. Dela- 
ware. 

O'Sullivan Peter, lab., res. Pitt, bet. In- 
diana av. and North. 

O'Sullivan Timothy, lab., res. 180 Maple. 

O'Sullivan Timothy, plasterer, res. 19 
Buchanan. 

O'Sullivan William, lab., res. 456 s. East. 

Oswild Godfred, lab., res. 336 Railroad. 

O'Teahan Margaret Mrs., (wid.) Patrick, 
res. 197 Meek. 

Ott Charles, collar-maker, J. C. Heretli & 
Bro., 24 n, Delaware. 

Otten D., saloon, 131 w. Washington, res, 
same. 

Otto August, lithographer, W. & J. Bra- 
den, res, 81 Plum. 

Otto Charles, brick-layer, res. Orient, 
near city limits. 

Otto Frederick, porter, Bowen, Stewart 
& Co., res. 210 Madison av. 

Otto Philip, (S. & Co.,) res. 170 s. Meri- 
dian. 

Otto William, carpenter, res. 190 n. Noble. 

Otwell Francis, butcher shop, n. e. cor. 
Virginia av. and South, res. 192 Vir- 
ginia av. 

Otwell Frank A,, salesman, R. L. Lukens, 
res. 194 Virginia av. 

Over Ewald, (E. 0. & Co.,) 68 s. Meridi- 
an, res. 79 n. Alabama. 

OVER E. & CO., 

(Ewald 0. & Henry Schnull,) iron 
and steel, 68 s. Meridian. See card, 
page 86. 

Overstreet James M., lab., res. 31 w. 
Georgia. 

Overstreet Jenny Miss., student Sisters 
of Mercy Seminary, bds. 481 Rosette, 

Overstreet John A., spoke-grinder, res. 
163 w. Georgia. 

Overstreet Willis, lab., res. 466 e. Geor- 
gia. 

Owen John T., varnish-maker, res. 40 s. 
East. 

Owens Benjamin F., journeyman carpen- 
ter, res. 680 n. Mississippi. 



CITY DIRECTORIES 

CAN BE HAD ONLY 

16^ EAST WASHINGTON STREET. 

Price, $3.50. 



Owens Elijah, farmer, res. 360 n. Mew 
Jersey. 

Owens Elvord C, railroad man, res. s. w. 
cor. New Jersey and Bicking. 

Owens James, moulder, Sinker & Co. 

Owens James, plasterer, res. 175 s. Me- 
ridian. 

Owens Lizzie M., res. 199 e. Washington. 

Owens Nelly, bds. 171 Eddy. 

Owen William I., huckster, res. 14 Water. 

Owens William T., conductor Citizen's 
Street Ry., bds. Globe House. 

Owings James, student Commercial Col- 
lege, bds. 139 e. South. 

Owings Joseph, student, bds. 139 e. 
South. 

Owings L. W., steamboater, Mississippi 
river, res. 139 e. South. 

Owings Nathaniel, res. 139 e. South. 

Owsley William, journeyman carpenter, 
res. 40 Douglas. 



PAFF MARY MRS., (wid.) William, 
res. 405 s. East. 

Paff William, (P. & Burton,) res. 153 n. 
West. 

Paige L. B. Miss., asst. matron Deaf and 
Dumb Asylum. 

Paine Daniel L., compiler, b. w. cor. 
Washington and Meridian, res. s. e. 
cor. Michigan and California. 

Paine Henry, works J. Fishback, res. 
548 n. Alabama. 

Painter Edward R., printer, Downey & 
Brouse, bds. Pattison House. 

Palmer -Blackford, res. s. side National 
rd., near White river bridge. 

Palmer Charles C, res. 57 w. Maryland. 

Palmer Cyrus 0., agt. Brooklyn Life 
Insurance Co, res. 129 n. Mississippi. 

Palmer, Hopkins & Co., (John J. P., Hen- 
ry C. H. & Henry C. Martin,) real 
estate agents and brokers, office 1st 
floor new Journal bldg., e. Market. 

PALMER HOUSE, 

s. e. cor. Washington and Illinois, 
Benjamin Mason, propr., A. C. Beall, 
clerk. 

Palmer Jane Mrs., (wid.) J. Palmer, 
washerwoman, 385 Virginia av. 

Palmer Nathan B., res. 57 w. Marland. 



See card of Ludlow's Meat Market, on page 178. 



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LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 



JOHN E. ASHER. 



GEO. H. ADAMS. 



JLSBIEK/ &; Ji^JDJ^l^S, 



No. 76 East EVfarket St., Indianapols, Ind. 




WH01L.ESA.LE BOOKSELLERS, 



AND PROPRIETORS OF J. SAGE & SON's 



NEW RAILROAD im TELEGRAPH MAP 



OF THE UNITED STATES AND CANADAS. 



New Civil and Congressional Township Map of Indiana, New Civil and Congressional Maps of Illinois 

and Ohio, Railroad and Battle-Field Map of the Southern States, New Map of the 

City of Indianapolis, New Map of Minnesota, &c., &.c. 

INDIANAPOLIS CITY BAND. 



Office, Washington Hall, next to Metropolitan Theater, 

WHERE ORDERS FOR ENGAGEMENTS FOR 

STRING OE BRASS MUSIC 

Will be received at any time during the day or evening, in absence of a member, by the 
proprietor of the hall. Pbof. Geesh, Prompter. 



The undersigned, members of this Band, feel interested in announcing themselves as the City Band 
who have been for years known as National Guards' Band, Hahn's Band, City Band and Metropolitan 
Band. The members are all residents of this city, permanently, and well known to the greater part of 
the public as musicians and citizens who will please the public and their patronizers with 

OOOJO A]VI> WELL-EXECXJTEO IMLXJSIC 

Of the past and present time. Soliciting, respectfully, your patronage. 



ADOLPH SCHELLSCHMIDT. 

GEORGE KRUG. 

C. A. BIEDENMEISTER. 

A. PLATZ. 

WEST DAVIS. 



PHIL. DOHN. 
HENRY HAHN. 
REINH MILLER. 
BEN. GRESH. 



FERD. SCHELLSCHMIDT. 
B. J. VOGT. 
PHIL. HAHN. 
A. FISCHER. 



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187 



Palmer John J., (P., Hopkins & Co.,) res, 
405 n. Pennsylvania. 

Palmer Trumbull G., deputy Auditor of 
State, 22 Kentucky av., res. 156 n. 
Illinois. 

Papenhaus Henry, porter, Union Depot, 
res. 17 Meek. 

Paranck Marinnes 0. M., (wid.) Elias 
H., confectioner, 321 Virginia av., 
res. same. 

Pardick Horman, carpenter, res. 156 
Stevens. 

Pavdig Henry, carpenter, res. 79 s. Lib- 
erty. 

Parisette Joseph, confectioner, 25 n. Illi- 
nois, res. same. 

Park Theron, boarding house, 16 s. Mis- 
sissippi. 

Park William, journeyman carpenter, res. 
46 Thomas. 

Parker Augustus, auctioneer, res. 34 n. 
New Jersey. 

Parker Columbus C, traveling agt., C. 
H. Reynolds, res. 163 s. Tennessee. 

Parker Eben A., lawyer, over 23 e. Wash- 
ington, res. 75 n. California. 

Parker Edward F., lawyer, 8J e. Wash- 
ington, res. 248 n. East. 

Parker George W., sheriff, ofl&ce Court 
House square, res. s. w. cor. Market 
and Alabama. 

Parker Jackson, (col.,) teamster, res. 180 
n. California. 

Parker John, (col.,) servant, H. Bates, 
sen., 190 e. Market. 

Parker Josie E., student Indiana Female 
College, cor. Meridian and New 
York. 

Parker Margaret, (wid.) North, res. 641 
n. Tennessee. 

Parker Milton Mrs., milliner, res. 163 s. 
Tennessee. 

Parker Reginald R., shirts and mens' 
furnishing goods, 30 W.Washington, 
res. 90 n. Mississippi. 

Parker Robert P., (Gruffin & P.,) rooms 
10 and 11 Talbott & New's blk., res. 

178 n. Noble. 

Parker Sarah Mrs., (wid.) William, res. 

179 e. South. 

Parker Sarah J., house-keeper, 286 n. 
Alabama. 

Parker Wilson, brick-layer, res. 163 s. 
Tennessee. 

PARKMAW CHARLES B., 

secy. Indianapolis Rolling Mill Co., 
res. 276 n. Illinois. 

Parmelee William H., supt. Ind. Transfer 
Co., 40 e. Maryland, res. 364 n. 
Mississippi. 

Parot Richard, butcher, n. e, cor, Ten- 
nessee and First, res. e. side Missis- 
sippi, bet. First and Second. 



Hotel Convenient to Business 



AND PLEASANT LOCATION, 



Corner Lake and State Streets, Chicago. 



See card, page vii. 



Parr William, physician, ofiBce cor. Ohio 
and Pennsylvania, res. 474 n. Penn- 
sylvania. 

Parish Loran, teamster, res. 180 Huron. 

Parish Solomon, farmer, res. 23 Buchan- 
an. 

Parrish Solomon, farmer, res. 421 e. Geor- 
gia. 

Parrott Horace P., (P. & Smither,) 17 n. 
Pennsylvania, res. 349 n. Delaware, 
cor. Walnut. 

Parrott Samuel, res. 36 s. West. 

PARROTT & SMITHER, 

(Horace P. & James W. S.,) Union 
Steam Bakery and confectionery, 17 
n. Pennsylvania. 

Parry Roger, blacksmith, res. 12 Henry. 

Parsley Berry, teamster, res. 545 n. Mis- 
sissippi. 

Parson John, student, N. W. C. Univer- 
sity, bds, 40 Christian av. 

PARSONS CHARLES A., 

agt. Merchant's Union Express Co., 
42 and 44 e. Washington, bds. 
73 n. Illinois. 

Parsons John J., with Macauley & Co., 
13 w. Maryland, res. 160 n. West. 

PARVIN THEOPHILUS, 

physician, ofiBce 135 n. Alabama, 
res. 143 n. Alabama. 

Pascoe James, boiler-maker, res. 450 e. 
Georgia. 

Pastor F. J., compositor. Herald office, 
bds. 178 n. Mississippi. 

Pasquier John B., journeyman carpen- 
ter, res. 402 e. Michigan. 

Patch Belle Miss, pupil, Hess' Academy 
of Music, bds. same. 

Paton Elisha B., carpenter, res. 524 e. 
Georgia. 

Patten Charles, auctioneer, bds. 712 n. 
Tennessee. 

Patten George, book agt,, res. 467 s. Illi- 
nois. 

PATTERSON CLEMENS MRS. 
dress-maker, 25 Massachusetts av. , 
res. same. 

Patterson Frank P., (E. H. Mayo & Co.,) 
bds. 213 n. Pennsylvania. 

Patterson John P., (Alford, Talbot & Co.,) 
2 Morrison's blk., res. 163 n. New 
Jersey. 



See card of Webb House, on page 178. 



188 



LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 



Patterson John, carpenter, res. 362 s. 
Illinois. 

Patterson John L., cai-penter, res, 25 
Massachusetts av. 

PATTERSON & JOHNSON, 
(Mrs. Lin P. & Mrs. M. E. J., ) dress 
and cloak-makers, 58 Massachusetts 
av. 

Patterson Kate, (wid.) James M,, res. 140 
Massachusetts av. 

Patterson Lin Mrs., (P. & Johnson,) res. 
58 Massachusetts av. 

Patterson R. M., city civil engineer, office 
Glenn's blk., e. Washington, res. 
264 n. Illinois. 

Patterson Richard, coach painter, 28 s. 
New Jersey, res, 58 Massachusetts 
av. 

Patterson Samuel W., corn shipper, bds. 
323 w. Washington. 

Patterson William, stableman. Citizen's 
Street Ry. Co., bds. Neiman House. 

Patterson William, lawyer, 68 e. Wash- 
ington, res. 280 e. Ohio. 

Patterson William A., policeman, first 
Ward, res. 28 n. East. 

Patterson William H., salesman, 45 and 
47 e. Washington, res. 520 n. Mis- 
sissippi. 

Patterson William 0., clerk, p. o., bds. 
140 Massachusetts av. 

Pattison Augustus E., 112 s. Meridian, 
res. 416 n. Pennsylvania. 

Pattison Coleman B., (Hibben, Tarking- 
ton & Co.,) 112 s. Meridian, res. 404 
n. Illinois. 

Pattison E. R., (E. W. & T. N. P. & Co.,) 
bds. E. W. Pattison, terminus n. Illi- 
nois. 

Pattison E. W., (E. W. & T. N. P. & Co.,) 
res. terminus n. Illinois. 

Pattison E. W. & T. N. P. & Co., (E. W., 
• T. N. & E. R. P.,) pork-packers and 
provision dealers, office s. w. cor. 
Washington and Illinois. 

Pattison House, M. Hazzard, propr,, 63 
n. Alabama. 

Pattison Isaac, farmer, res. e. side Me- 
ridian, bet. Sixth and Seventh. 

Pattison Joseph D , (J. D. P. & Co.,) 
packing house, res. cor. Illinois and 
St. Clair. 

Pattison J. D. & Co., (Joseph D. P., Wm. 
R. Nofsenger & Thomas D. Kingan,) 
pork-packers, foot of Maryland. 

Pattison "Tustin T. N., stock dealer, res. 
416 n. Pennsylvania. 

Pattison William, clerk, 45 w. Washing- 
ton, res. 520 n Mississippi. 

Pattison William T., entry clerk, 112 s. 
Meridian, bds. 416 n. Pennsylvania. 

Patton Edward, carpenter, Meikel's Brew- 
ery, bds. 215 w. Maryland. 



Pattison Thomas N., (E. W., T. N. P. & 

Co.,) res. cor. Pennsylvania and 

Seventh. 
Patton Edward W., clerk, pay depart- 
ment, room 14 Talbott & News blk., 

n. Pennsylvania, bds. Bates House. 
Paul Henry, lieutenant of police, res. 17 

e. McCarty. 
Paxton Elizabeth, (wid.) James, res. 22 

Circle. 
Payne Lilly, student, Indiana Female 

College, cor. Meridian and New 

York. 
Payne Thomas, (col.,) teamster, res. 182 

Huron. 
Payton William, (col.,) lab., res. 239 n. 

West. 
Peabody John, (P. & Ritteuhouse,) 30 s. 

Meridian, res. 234 n. East. 
Peabody J. Harry, bds. 74 n. Pennsylva- 
nia. 
Peacock James, book-keeper, res. 522 n. 

Meridian. 
Peacock John, servant, James Blake, 308 

n. Tennessee. 
Peak Andrew, cooper, Frank Wright's 

Brewery, res. s. w. cor. California 

and Market. 
Peak David, millwright, foot Maryland, 

res. 302 w. Maryland. 
Peak Lafayette, broker, office over 31 w. 

Washington, res. 59 Indiana av. 
Pearce Charles, carpenter, bds, 69 w. 

Market. 
Pearce Joseph, well-digger, res. 106 Ash. 
Pearce S. J., compositor, Herald book 

and job office, 16J e. Washington, 

•bds. 144 n. Tennesse. 
Pearce William, engineer, cor. Kentucky 

av. and Georgia, res. 1 Rockwood. 
Pearsall Peter R., music teacher, res. 24 

w. Georgia. 
Pearson Charles D., physician, office 39 

w. Washington, res. 80 s. Tennessee. 
Pearson Charles D,, clerk, 19 e. Market, 

bds. 80 s. Tennessee. 
PEARSON & HANNING, 

(John P. & John G. H.,) proprs. 

House of Lords Saloon and Restau- 
rant, 78 w. Washington. 
Pearson James W., student, Dr. Pearson, 

res. 80 s. Tennessee. 
Pearson John, brick-mason, res. Second, 

bet. Tennessee and Mississippi. 
Pearson John, (Hanning, Ramsey & Co.,) 

82 w. Washington, res. 135 e. St. 

Joseph. 
Pearson Jonas 0., machinist, Helwig, 

Roberts & Co., res. 225 w. New York. 
Pearson Joseph, stone-cutter, U. S. arse- 
nal, res. 156 Blackford. 
Pearson Levi W., brick-layer, res. 268 n. 

Alabama. 



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189 



Pease N. H. Mrs,, dress-maker, Mrs. 
Richmond, res. n. w. cor. New York 
and Alabama. 

PEASLEE W. A., 

photograph gallery. 16^ e. Wash- 
ington, res. same. 

Peckham Calib, carpenter, res. 378 s. 
AVest. 

Peck Conrad, confectioner, Cincinnati 
Bakery, bds. 107 e. Washington. 

Peck Edwin J., United States bond 
holder, res. 69 w. Maryland. 

Peck George, works J. S. Carsey & Co., 
res. 301 w. Mjirket. 

Peck Henry, baker, 88 Ft. Wayne av., 
res. same. 

Peck Thomas S., supt. Root's Foundry, 
res. 448 n. Tennessee. 

Peck William, boarding house, 164 w. 
Maryland. 

Pecke Lewis, cooper, 577 s. Meridian, 
bds. George Keoniger. 

Peden Joseph S., bar-tender, 14 w. Lou- 
isiana, res. 314 e. Ohio. 

Pedlo Robert, moulder, res. 20 Coburn. 

Pedrick Ella Mrs., dress-making, 75 e. 
Washington, res. same. 

Pee, Conduitt & Co., (George W. P., Al- 
exander B. C. & John Landers,) 
wholesale dry goods and notions, 
116 s. Meridian. 

Pee Emmat, asst. book-keeper, Pee, Con- 
duitt & Co., bds. Pyle House, n. Me- 
ridian. 

Pee George W., (P. Conduitt & Co.,) 116 
s. Meridian, bds. Sherman House, 
Louisiana. 

Peek Andrew, cooper, res. 301 w. Market. 

Pegorn James, carpenter, bds. 74 n. Penn. 
splvania. 

Peirce Parrison, (col.,) lab., res. 106 Ash' 

Pelbeam George H,, carpenter, res. 258 s' 
Missouri. 

Pellatt William A., freight conductor, I., 
P. & C. R. R., res. Cady, bet. Bates 
and Georgia. 

Peltier Leon, stone-cutter, res. 55 Hos- 
brook. 

Pence William M., prescription clerk, 14 
w. Washington, bds. 80 s. Mississippi. 

Pender William, lab., res. 273 e. North. 

Pendery N. S., physician and surgeon, 
25^ w. Washington, bds. 154 s. New 
Jersey. 

Penn George W., secy., Eagle Machine 
Works, res. 257 s. Meridian. 

PENTECOST EMMAMES., 
boarding house, 33 w. Maryland. 

Pentecost Hugh 0., compositor, Herald 
Office, res. 33 w. Maryland. 

Pentecost Mahlon B., res. 274 n. Alabama. 

Peoples Nancy, (wid.) William, res. 295 
n. Alabama. 



GAS AND STEAM FITTING 



Done Promptly and Warranted. 



HANNINQ, RAMSAY & CO. 



See card on page 162. 



Pepper Edward, machinist, res. 276 s. 
Delaware. 

Percell Peter, tinner, 68 e. Washington, 
res. 205 e. Meek. 

Perdue George W., brick-mason, bds. 163 
Fort Wayne av. 

Perdue Rebecca, (wid.) Milton N., ladies' 
boarding house, res. 163 Fort Wayne 
av. 

Perhams John T., salesman, 54 s. Meri- 
dian, bds. Commercial Hotel 

FERINE & ALLAIRE, 

(Theodore P. & James P. A.,) coal 
and lime, 24 Virginia av- 

Perine Theodore F., (P. & Allaire,) 24 
Virginia av., res, 95 Jackson. 

PERINE T, B., 

engraver, 73 e. Washington, bds. 
Massachusetts av., bet. New. York 
and Vermont. 

Perkins Amos G., machinist, res. 244 n. 
East. 

Perkins Abraham, (col.,) servant, E. T. 
Fletcher, 416 n. Delaware. 

Perkins Charles, currier, 49 s. Delaware, 
res. Michigan rd., e. city limits. 

Perkins E. H., asst. foreman. Herald Of- 
fice, res. 67 w. Dougherty. 

Perkins James A., boiler-maker, res. 46 
Elm. 

Perkins John H., clerk, H. Rotchschild, 
bds. Commercial Hotel. 

Perkins Samuel E., (P., Sayler & Jordan,) 
room 4 ^tna bldg., n. Pennsylvania, 
res. 274 w. New York, near cor. 
West. 

Perkins Samuel E., jr., law student, Per- 
kins, Sayler & Jordan, bds. cor. New 
York and California, 

PERKINS, SAYLER & JOR- 
DAN, (Samuel E. P., Henry B. S. & 
Lewis J.,) lawyers and notaries, 
room 4, Mtno. bldg., n. Pennsylvania. 

Perkinson Patrick, machinist. Sinker & 
Co. 

Perkison Patrick, blacksmith, res. 21 
Maple. 

Permon Cass, hostler, 10 e. Pearl, res. 
cor. Alabama and Pearl. 

PERRIN GEORGE K., 

(P. & Stanton,) 45 e. Washington, 
res. 293 n. New Jersey. 



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PERRIN & STANTON, 

(George K. P. & Ambrose P. S.,) at- 
torneys at law and notaries, 45 e. 
Washington. See card, page 178. 

Perrine & Allen, (Mrs. S. E. P. & Mrs. N. 
N. A.,) dress and cloak makers, 36^ 
e. Washington. 

PERRINE P. R. & SON, 

dealers in Pittsburg and Western 
coal, office 95 Virginia av. 

Perrine Peter R., (Binkley & P.,) 29 s. 
Illinois, res. 293 n. Alabama. 

Perrine S. E. Mrs., (P. & Allen,) 36^ e. 
Washington, res. n. Pennsylvania. 

Perrott Richard,^ (Shafer & P.,) 92 n. Il- 
linois, res. n. Mississippi, bet. First 
and Second. 

Perry James, carpenter, res. 427 n. Mis- 
sissippi. 

Perry John C, salesman, Jones' whole- 
sale grocery, res. 321 n. New Jersey. 

Perry Levi, student, commercial college, 
bds. 164 Virginia av. 

Perry Mary, (wid.) Charles, res. 103 n. 
Meridian. 

Perry Matt, moulder. Sinker & Co., res. 
407 s. Delaware. 

Peters Sanford, fruit tree agt., res. 96 
Greer. 

Peterson Christ, lab., rolling mill, res. 
302 s. West. 

Peterson John, lab., bds. 73 w. McCarty. 

Peterson John S., packer, 56 and 58 e. 
Washington, res. 168 n. Spring. 

Peterson Louis, boot and shoe-maker, 
works 13 s. Delaware, bds. 1 Madi- 
son av. 

Peterson Peter, lab., res. 73 w. McCarty. 

Petit Joseph, (Rev.,) pastor, St. Peter's 
Catholic Church, res. s. e. cor. Vir- 
ginia av. and Dougherty. 

Petre John, saloon, 272 e. Washington, 
res, same. 

Petre John, (col.,) lab., res. Ill Harrison. 

Pettie J., teamster, res. 283 e. Georgia. 

Pettie John W.,cooper, res. 283 e. Georgia. 

Pettit Willis H., book-keeper. Citizens' 
National Bank, 4 e. Washington, bds. 
Pyle House, n. Meridian. 

Petty Charles, machinist. Eagle Machine 
Works, res. 250 s. Alabama. 

Petty James, lab., res. Mayhew, near 
Michigan rd. 

Petty Julius, lab., res. 350 Indiana av. 

Pfaif Jacob L., watch-maker, 37 w. Wash- 
ington, bds. 153 n. West. 

Pfaif William A., salesman, 38 s. Meri- 
dian, res. 153 n. West. 

Pfau Peter, shoe-maker, 41 e. Washing- 
ton, bds. 289 s. East. 

Pfeifer William, printer, Ben Franklin 
office, res. Delaware, iDet. Merrill and 
McCarty. 



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East Market Street, New Journal Building, 



Pfleger George P., waiter, Depot Dining 
Hall, res. 18 Vinton. 

Pfluegner Otto, barber, cor. Pennsylvania 
and Washington. 

Phelan William, machinist. Sinker & Co. 

Phelps Allen E., saddler, 20 w. Washing- 
ton, res. 278 n. Mississippi. 

Phelps & Bush, (Mrs. Sarah P. & Miss 
Hannah B.,) milliners and dress- 
makers, 177 e. Washington. 

Phelps Sarah Mrs., (P. & Bush,) 177 e. 
Washington, res. 335 e. Louisiana. 

Phelps Simeon, engineer, I. & C. R. R., 
res. 330 e. Louisiana. 

Phillbaura Lou, dress-maker, s. Illinois , 
res. 72 w. Washington. 

Phillip Henry S., book-keeper, Cincin- 
nati House, 176 s. Delaware, bds. 
same. 

Phillip Johnson, (col.,) wood-hauler, res. 
11 Cedar. 

Phillip Edward, (col.,) porter, Tutewiler 
Bros,, bds. 74 n. New Jersey. 

Phillips Frank, gas-fitter^ Coulter & 
White, 82 e. Market. 

Phillips Jesse, (col.,) hod-carrier, res. 179 
Indiana av. 

Phillips Lucenia Mrs., dress-maker, n. s. 
Indiana av., bet. Tennessee and Illi- 
nois, res. same. 

Phillips Moses, (col.,) lab., res. 116 Ash. 

Phillips Samuel, carriage painter, Bre- 
merman & Renner, res. Cincinnati, 
Ohio. 

Phillips Thomas H., tailor, 178 n. Missis- 
sippi, res. same. 

Phillips Warren, bds. 121 n. Mississippi. 

Pillips William, engineer, res. 7 Massa- 
chusetts av. 

Phipps Edwin R., (Craft & P.,) 2 Odd 
Fellow's Hall. e. Washington, res. 
177 n. Delaware. 

Phipps Isaac N., res. n. w. cor. e. Wash- 
ington and Arsenal. 

Phipps John M., physician and surgeon, 
office 28 n. Delaware, res. 233 n. 
Noble. 

Phipps Joseph B., notary public and 
claim agt., 24^ e. Washington, res. 
181 n. Delaware. 

Phipps Leonidas M., asst. assessor, 7th 
div., 6th dist, res. Center township. 



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LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 



Phipps William C, assessor Center town- 
ship, bds. 233 n. Noble, res. Pendle- 
ton pike, 3 miles n. e. of city. 

Pickerill F. M., res. 225 n. New Jersey. 

Pickerill George W., physician, 30J n. 
Pennsylvania. 

Pickerill S. J., pump-maker and dealer, 
cor. Plum and Cherry, res. same. 

Pickett Frank M., compositor, Ben Frank- 
lin office, bds. Mrs. Hurd's, n. Ten- 
nessee. 

Pickett Henry, (col.,) hostler, L. Mills & 
Co. 

Piel Charles, cooper, 51 Orient. 

Piel William, merchant, res. e. National 
rd. 

Piele Herman F. H., clerk, 29 s. Meridi- 
an, res. 130 e. McCarty. 

Pierce Albert, fireman, bds. 99 e. Geor- 
gia. 

Pierce Charles, printer, Journal office, 
bds. 144 n. Tennessee. 

Pierce John, lab., res. 241 s. Tennessee. 

Pierce Maurice, lab., res. 325 s. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Pierce William, lab., res. 264 Indiana av. 

Pierce William, lab., res. 1 Lockwood. 

Pierce Winslow S., (McKernan & P.,) 
cor. Washington and Kentucky av., 
res. 554 n. Meridian. 

Pierce Winslow S., secy. White River 
Iron Co., 44 Kentucky av., res. cor. 
Meridian and First. 

Piermont Elizabeth, (wid.) Michael, res. 
27 s. Alabama, 

Pierson Charles C, traveling agt., Strong 
& Smith, 48 n. Pennsylvania, bds. 
Mrs. Hawkins, n. Delaware. 

Pierson James, journeyman carpenter, 
res. 432 e. St. Clair. 

Pierson I. J., cutter, G. H. Heitkam, 8. 
w. Washington, bds. Oriental House. 

Pigg Francis, painter, res. 35 Harrison. 

Pigg J. M., carpenter, res. 101 Forest av. 

Pigg Sarah, (wid.) David, res. 234 e. 
Louisiana. 

Pindell William H,, messenger, Mer- 
chant's Union Express Co., Bellefon- 
taine R. R. bds. Sherman House. 

Pinkston Andrew J., (col.,) hod-carrier, 
res. 75 Bright. 

Pinney William H. H., bds. 176 s. New 
Jersey. 

Piper Edwin S., saw-maker, res. 119 e. 
St. Joseph. 

Pissator August, cutter, 12 s. Delaware, 
bds. same. 

Pitman George W., lab., res. s. w. cor. Ala- 
bama and South. 

Pitman Hannah, (wid.) Eii, res. s. w. 
cor. Alabama and South. 

Pitman Mary E. Miss,, bds. s. w. cor. 
Alabama and South. 



Pittman Grenup S., carpenter, res. 287 s. 
East. 

Pittman Robert C, clerk, 173 w. Wash- 
ington, bds. 14 s. Mississippi. 

Pitts Fredonia Mrs., (wid.) Francis, res. 
10 s. Mississippi. 

Pitts George, ice dealer, res. 359 s. Mis- 
souri. 

Pitts Zimri. brakesman, Jeffersonville R. 
Rl, res! 71 e. McCarty, 

Plant Charles, works Sloan and Woollen, 
w. Washington, bds. 80 s. Mississippi 

Plant George, engineer, T. H. & I. R. R,, 
res. 274 s. Mississippi. 

Plant John W., cabinet-maker, bds. 261 
yr. Washington. 

Plant Susan, (wid.) George, res. 261 e. 
Washington. 

Plasket A. F. Miss., teacher Indiana Fe- 
male College, cor. Meridian and 
New York. 

Platz Valentine, lab., res 15 Arch. 

Plessner Otto, carriage-smith, 26 e. 
Georgia, bds. 58 s. Delaware. 

Plesender William, planer, Helwig, Rob- 
erts & Co., res. 142 s. East. 

Plfagan George, lab., res. 18 Benton. 

Plfager Leonard lab., res. 385 s. Mis- 
souri. 

Plimpton Charles H., checkman, C. & I. 
C. R. R., bds. Ray House. 

Plodsterth Victor, grocer, 207 Davidson, 
res. same. 

Plumb H. II., salesman, 6 e. Washing- 
ton, res. 79 n. New Jersey. 

Plumer Edward, apprentice, bds. 216 e. 
Market. 

Plumer EUinor, (wid.) Hiram, res. 216 
e. Market. 

Plumer Mahala, seamstress, res. 272 e. 
North. 

Plummer William H. H., blacksmith, 29 
s. Tennessee, res. 216 e. Market. 

Poe John M., (P. & Myers,) 24^ e. 
Washington, res. 503 n. Mississippi. 

Poe Laura E., student Indiana Female 
College, cor. Meridian and New 
York. 

Poe & Myers, (John M. P. & James M. 
M.,) real estate brokers, 24^ e. 
Washington. 

Poerum Joseph S., carpenter, res. 414 n. 
Delaware. 

Poet G., tailor. 30 n. Pennsylvania, bds. 
Pyle House, n. Meridian, 

Pohler & Co., (Henry P. & Lewis P.,) 
grocers, s. e. cor. Meridian and Race. 

Pohler Christ, drayman, res. 385 Vir- 
ginia av. 

Pohler Henry, (P. & Co.,) res. s. e. cor. 
Race and Meridian. 

Pohler Lewis, (P. & Co.,) res. s. e. cor. 
Race and Meridian. 



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LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 



Pohler William, car-greaser, Peru R. R., 

res. 389 Virginia av. 
Pohlman Mary, (wid.) Theodore, res. 46 

e. Soutli. 
Pohlman Theodore, lithographer, W. & J. 

Braden's lithograph shop, bds. 48 .e 

South. 
POLICE OFFICE, 

room 1 Glenn's blk., e. Washington, 

Thomas S. Wilson, chief. 
Pokamaeir John, lab., res. 116 Winston. 
Poison James, lab., res. 128 w. Ohio. 
Poison James, lab., res. 117 n. Missouri, 
Polster Frederick,- saloon, 192 n. Missis- 

ippi, res. same. 
Poole John E., book-keeper, H. Daily & 

Co., res. 22 w. St. Clair. 
Poole Stayley D., clerk. Capital Drug 

Store, cor. Massachusetts av. and 

Vermont, res. same. 
Pope Also.Ti G., salesman, 59 s. Meridian, 

res. 301 e. Georgia. 
Pope Christian, wiper, I. & C. R. R. shop, 

res. 63 Harrison. 
Pope Henry F., lab., res. 199 n. West. 
Pope William, (George Hotz & Co.,) 124 

s. Illinois, bds. California House. 
Pope William, coleman, res. n. e. cor. 

Tennessee and Third. 
Poper J., driver, Street Ry., res. 26 Maple. 
Popnhouse Henry, porter, Union depot, 

res. 17 Meek. 
Porter Albert G., (P. Harrison & Fish- 
back,) Yohn's blk., cor. Washington 

and Meridian, res. n. e. cor. Michi- 
gan and Delaware. 
Porter Benjamin, wood-sawyer, P. & I. R 

R., bds. Nagle House. 
Porter George W , jr.. Grand Warden, 

Grand Lodge Masons of Indiana, 

res. New Albany, Ind. 
PORTER, HAERISON & FISH- 
BACK, (Albert G. P., Benjamin H. 

& William P. F., ) lawyers, Yohn's 

blk., n. e. cor. Washington and Me- 
ridian. 
Porter John, lab., res. 319 w. McCarty. 
Porter Omar T., grocer, 312 n. Meridian, 

bds. 280 n. Mississippi. 
Porter Theodore R., cutter, 35 e. Wash- 

idgton, res. 35 n. California. 
Porter Tommie, cash-boy, New York 

Store, res. 146 e. McCarty. 
Porter William H., employe, Jefferson- 

ville R. R , res. 146 e. McCarty. 
Porter W. M., (col.,) barber, shop 63 s. 

Illinois, res. same. 
Porter Woodford, (col.,) hostler, 80 s. 

Pennsylvania. 
Poston Charles W., (Malove, P. & Co.,) 

res. one-half mile e. end Virginia av. 
Potman Benjamin, varnisher, Spiegel, 

Thorns & Co., res. 106 n. Spring. 



McCREERY & FAY'S 

HOUSEKEEPERS' 

FURNISHING EMPORIUM. 

SEE LIST OF -A-RTICXjES 

Mentioned on pages 38 and 150. 



Pottage Benjamin, hardware and sad- 
dlery, 77^ w. Washington, res. 127 
w. Market. 

Pottage Charles, salesman, 77^ w. Wash- 
ington, res. 9 Ellsworth, 

Pottage William, moulder, works Chan- 
dler & Co., bds. 302 w. Maryland. 

Potter John L., carpenter, res. 77 Jones. 

Potter N. C, bds. 85 Circle. 

Potts Charles, sen., grocer, 296 e. Ohio, 
res. cor. Oriental and Michigan rd. 

Potts Mary A., (wid.) Alfred P., res. 78 
w. North. 

Potts Charles, jr., clerk, 296 e. Ohio, bds. 
cor. Oriental and Michigan rd. 

Ponder Milton, freight agt.. Central R. 
R., res. 144 h. East. 

Powal John, porter, Phoenix Works, res. 
74 Maple. 

Powell David, res 434 n. New Jersey. 

Powell George W., book-keeper. Leathers 
& Carter, 3 Odd Fellows Hall, res. 
434 n. New Jersey. 

Powell J. M., student, commercial col- 
lege, bds. 272 w. Maryland. 

Powell M. M,, salesman, 1 w. Washington, 
bds. 134 n. East. 

Power Jacob B., day policeman, first 
ward, res. 71 n. East. 

Power Patrick, boiler-maker, res. 271 s. 
Pennsylvania. 

Power Stephen, lab., res. 65 Maple. 

Power Thomas, lab., res. 273 s. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Powers John, lab., res. 78 Maple. 

Powers Patrick, machinist, Sinker & Co. 

Powers Thomas, lab., res. alley, bet. West 
and Liberty. 

Powley Henry, journeyman carpenter, 
res. 181 Davidson. 

Powley Mary, (wid.) John, tai^oress, res, 
67 n. Noble. 

Prail Frederick, res. 214 Winston. 

Prange Anthony, (Charles Prange & 
Co.,) bd«. Michigan rd., beyond city 
limits. 

Prange Charles, (C. P. & Co.,) res. Michi- 
gan rd., beyond city limits. 

Prange Charles & Co., (Charles P., An- 
thony P. & Henry Buddenbaum,) 
groceries and dry goods, 318 e. 
Washington. 



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LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 



Pranke Charles, grocer, res. e. Michigan 

rd. 
PRASSE HENRY, 

shoe-maker, 3 w. Washington, res. 
108 3, Noble. 

Prather A. B., (Horn, Anderson & Co.,) 
81 w. Washington, bds. 72 n. Missis- 
sippi. 

Pratt Oliyer, machinist, bds. 264 s. 
Pennsylvania. 

Pray Enos G., cancer doctor, office and 
res. n. w. cor. Broadway and Chris- 
tian av. 

Pray Joseph J., clerk, 78 e. Market, res. 
cor. Broadway and Christian av. 

Pray William, (Gates, P. & Co.,) res. 328 
n. Alabama. 

Presbyterian Reformed Church, 250 e. 
South, Rev. John Crozier, pastor. 

Presley John, engineer, res. 119 s. East. 

Presley Oitis, carriage blacksmith, B. C. 
Shaw, bds, 89 s. Pennsylvania. 

Presse Henry, clerk, 8 w. Washington, 
res. 108 s. Noble. 

Preasel Nancy, (wid.) Augustus, tailor- 
ess, res. 102 Oak. 

Pressell William, journeyman carpenter, 
res. 8. e. cor. Broadway and Cherry. 

Preston Elliott, conductor, JefiFersonville 
R. R., res. 474 s. Tennessee. 

Price Charles H., printer, W. & J. Bra- 
den, bds. Mrs. Reed's, 32 n. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Price Joseph, (col.,) lab., res. 116 Ash. 

Price Lewis, (King & P.,) 172 w. Wash- 
ington. 

Price William, teamster, res. 379 n. 
West. 

Prichard Lucy Miss, student, Female 
Seminary, res. Ray House. 

Priegnitz W., carpenter, res. 19 Lord. 

Pringer Frederick, carpenter, bds. 15 e. 
McCarty. 

Prinsel Henry, lab., res. 181 Madison av. 

Prinsler Augustus, lab., res. 226 w. 
Maryland. 

Prinz John D., porter, Alford, Talbott & 
Co., res. 83 n. Noble. 

PEITCHARD ISAAC, 

propr. Ray House, s. e. cor. Delaware 
and South. 

Pritchard John, student, commercial col- 
lege, bds. Ray House. 

Pritchard Leroy, book-keeper, bds. Ray 
House. 

Pritzritz William, carpenter, res. 17 
Lord. 

Proctor Thomas L , harness-maker, bds. 
55 Bates. 

Pronger Frederick, expressman, res. 193 
Davidson. 

Proper Joel R., conductor. Citizen's 
Street Ry., res. 26 Maple. 



Proper Joseph M., last-turner, res. 86 
Eddy. 

Prosser Annie, (wid.) Henry, res. 84 e. 
South. 

Prosser John, dyeing and repairing, 50 
n. Illinois, res. same. 

Protzman Belle Miss, dressmaker, 4G s. 
Illinois, res. same. 

Pruurf Daniel H., physician, office 32 n. 
Mississippi, res. 372 w. New York. 

Pugh William R., painter, Bellefontaine 
car shop, res. 290 Winston. 

Pullim Harvey I., baker, res. 227 s. Del- 
aware. 

Purcell Charles, carpenter, .Emerson, 
Beam & Co., res. 247 w. New York. 

Purcell Peter, tinner, res. 205 Meek. 

Purcell Sarah Mrs., (wid.) Charles, res. 
55 Massachusetts av. 

PURDY WILLIAM, 

principal commercial college, ^tna 
bldg., n. Pennsylvania, res. 248 n. 
Illinois. 

PURDY'S COMMERCIAL COL- 
LEGE, iEtna bldg., n. Pennsylvania, 
and 24^ e. Washington, William 
Purdy, principal. See card, page 142. 

PURSELL A. EVANS, 

dentist, room 5 Wiley's blk., n. Penn- 
sylvania, res. G e. New York. See 
card, page 86. 

Pursell Jonathan, boot maker, res. 123 
Meek. 

Pursell Theodore W,, salesman, 108 s. 
Meridian, res. n. New Jersey. 

Putnam Benjamin, varnisher, Spiegel, 
Thoms & Co., res. 106 n. Spring. 

Pyburn Agnes Mrs., res. 103 s. West. 

Pyle Charles C, messenger, 8 e. Wash- 
ington, res. 620 e. Washington. 

PYLE JOHN, 

propr. Pyle House, s. e. cor. Meridian 
and Ohio. 

Pyle John, book-keeper, res. e. New York, 
e. of Delaware. 

Pyle John E., news and periodical depot, 
in p. 0., res. 117 e. New York. 

Pyle William L., (Lindley & Co.,) 8 e. 
Washington, res. 620 n. Illinois. 



QUAKER OR FRIENDS CHURCH, s. 
e. cor. Delaware and St. Clair, Enos 
G. Pray, William G. Johnson and 
Jane Trueblood, ministers. 

Quarmby Joseph, (T. S, James & Co.,) 
136 s. Meridian, res. 321 n. Noble. 

Quigly Bridget, (wid.) Patrick, res. 52 
Eddy. 

Quigley Mary, servant, 2S0 n. New Jer- 
sey. 

Quimby H. M. Mrs., (wid.) C. W., milli- 
ner, 42 s. Illinois, res. same. 



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Quinius Louis, painter, Eagle Machine 
Works, bds. 24 w. Ohio. 

Quinlau James, salesman, New York 
store, res. s. e. cor. New York and 
Delaware. 

Quinlon James, coal driver, bds. cor. 
West and Maryland. 

Quinn Edward, boot and shoe-maker, res. 
75 w. South, res. same. 

Quinn James, lab., res. n. w. cor. Merrill 
and East. 

Quinn John, hostler, res. 303 s. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Quinn John, saloon, 245 w. Maryland, 
res. same. ' 

Quinn Martin, lab., res. 95 s. West. 

Quinn William, policeman, res. n. e. cor. 
First and Lafayette. 

Quirk Patrick, shoe-maker, 80 s. West, 
res. same. 

Quison Julian, expressman, res. 336 Vir- 
ginia av. 



RABB SEBASTIAN, boot and shoe- 
maker, 93 e. South, res. 242 s. Del- 
aware. 

Radisall Maggie Miss, artist, Cos's gal- 
lery, bds. 153 w. Maryland. 

Rafart William, lab., res. 268 s. Alabama. 

BAFERT ANDREW F., 

carpenter and builder, Walnut, bet. 
Pennsylvania and Delaware, res. cor. 
Walnut and Fort Wayne av. 

Raflet William, drayman, res. 242 Mad- 
ison av. 

Ragan Mary, milliner, 44 s. Illinois, res. 
Tennessee, bet. Georgia and Lou- 
isiana. 

Raible John, tailor, 19 n. East, res, same. 

Raible John, propr.. Meridian Exchange, 
182 s. Meridian. , 

Raible Joseph, court bailiff, bds. 518 e. 
Washington. 

Raidy Michael, employe American Ex- 
press office. Union depot, res. 34 s. 
Meridian. 

Raifle Abraham, lab., res. 127 e. St. Mary. 

Raifle Charles, butcher, bds. 491 n. Ala- 
bama. 

Fails Patrick, lab., res. 205 w. McCarty. 

Rainer Jacob R., (col.,) porter, Hume, 
Adams & Co., res. 75 w. Fourth. 

Rainschild John, shoe-maker, res. 191 w. 
Washington. 

Raish Louis, gas-fitter, res. Geisendorff's 
row. 

Rakestraw Thomas M., foreman, J. W. 
Adams & Co., bds. 43 w. Washington. 

Ramm Godleib, watchman, Journal office, 
res. 505 Rosette. 

Ramsey Bart, (col.,) hostler, bds. 128 w. 
Maryland. 



GROVER &. BAKER 



Sewing Machine Company, 



THOS, M. COCHBANE, Agent, 



No. 21 East Washington Street. 



Ramsey Barion, (col.,) hostler, 30 s 

Pennsylvania, res. 170 Blake. 
Ramsey J. F., real estate owner, res. 260 

n. Illinois. 
Ramsey James A,, receiving teller. First 

National Bank, bds. 260 n. Illinois. 
Ramsey John, clerk, I., P. & C. R-. R. of- 
fice, 101 e. Washington, res. 260 n-. 
Illinois. 
Ramsey Walter M., (R. & Banning,) res. 

135 e. St. Joseph. 
Ramsey William, plumber, Banning, 
Ramsey & Co., res. 135 e. St. Joseph. 
Ramsey W. L., (Banning, R. & Co.,) 82 
w. Washington, res. 135 e, St. Joseph. 
Ramsey W. B. B., salesman, 31 w. Wash- 
ington, bds. Palmer Bouse. 
Ranahan James, undertaker, res, 206 In- 
diana av. 
Rand Frederick, (R. & Ball,) 24 J e. 

Washington, res. 270 n. Illinois. 
Rand & Ball, (Frederick R. & Reginald 
B. B,,j lawyers, 24^ e, Washington. 
Rank Peter D , baker and confectioner, 

96 e. South, res. same. 
Rankel Charles, driver, City Mills, res. 

434 Virginia av. 
Rankin Albert, plasterer, res. 417 e. St. 

Clair. 
Rankin John, student, Bryant & Strat- 
ton's College, bds. 153 w. Maryland. 
Rankin John, printer, Journal office, bds. 

126 n. Tennessee. 
Rankin Oscar, engineer, bds. Nagel 

Bouse. 
Ranly Christopher, boot-maker, res. 86 

Indiana av. 
RANSDELL DANIEL M,, 

city clerk, office Glenns' blk., e. 
Washington, bds. n. Tennessee, first 
house n. drug store. 
Ranz P. F., screen-maker, 122 n. Noble, 

res. same. 
Ranzenbrink William, helper. Eagle Ma- 
chine Works, res. 57 Barrison, 
Rapp Frederick, brewer, bds. Jefferson 

Bouse. 
Rapp Frederick, lab., bds. 297 w. Wash- 
ington. 
Rapp Frederick G., res. 240 e. Market. 
Raredon Thomas, blacksmith, bds. 299 s. 
Tennessee. 



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LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 



Raridon M. C. Miss, teacher, Indiana 
Female College, cor. New York and 
Meridian. 

Raschig Charles M., cigars and tobacco, 
lie. Washington, res. 200 n. Ten- 
nessee, cor. Vermont. 

Raschig Edward, Captain, auditor Amer- 
ican Express Co., supt. office, 34 e. 
Washington, up-stairs. 

Rasener Frederick W., grocer, 288 e. 
Washington, res. Michigan rd., be- 
yond city limits. 

Rasener F. & W., (John F. & William F. 
R.,) grocers, 181 n. East. 

Rasener John F., (F. & W. R.,) res. 181 n. 
East. 

Rasener William, (F. & W. R.,) res. 331 
e. Ohio. 

Rasener William, works Bellefontaine 
depot, res. 155 Union. 

Rass James, carriage-painter, res. 58 
Huron. 

Rassell Nicholas, sen., saloon, Michigan 
rd., near corporation line, res. same. 

Rassell Nicholas, jr., lab., res. w. side 
Michigan rd., near corporation line 

Rassman Charles, saloon-keeper, cor. 
Washington and Arsenal, res. same. 

Rathburn Charles B., foreman, J. C. 
Hereth & Bro., I'es. 29 w. Michigan. 

Ratti Francis A., sen., res. 318 n. East. 

RATTI FRA.]SrCIS A., jr., 

foreman press room Herald office, 
IQh e. Washington, res. 318 n. East. 

RATTI JOSEPH, 

foreman book and job room, Herald 
office, 16J e. Washington, res. 318 n. 
East. 

Rauh Benner, (R. Bros.,) 1 Palmer 
House, w. Washington, res. 165 n. 
Tennessee. 

Rauh Bros., (Benner, Litman & Sol. 
Rauh, ) clothing and furnishing goods, 
1 Palmer House, w. Washington. 

Rauh Litman, (R. Bros.,) 1 Palmer 
House, W. Washington, res. Cincin- 
nati. 

Rauh Sol, (R. Bros.,) 1 Palmer House, w. 
Washington, res. Cincinati. 

Rauschaupt Augustus, foreman livery 
stable, 23 s. Delaware, bds. 131 n. 
New Jersey. 

Rauschen William H., lab., res. 363 s. 
Tennessee. 

Rausen G., bakery, 68 s. West, res. same. 

Ravel William, engineer, C. & I. C R. R. 

Raver Ernst, drayman, res. 93 Union. 

Raw Benjamin, blacksmith, Inianapolis. 
Agricultural Works, res. 287 Indi- 
ana av. 

Rawlings David, lab., res. 139 Huron. 

Ray Addison, express-man, res. 187 
Buchanan. 



Ray Charles A., Judge Supreme Court of 
Indiana, room 1, 2d floor, cor. Ten- 
nessee and Market, res. 134 n. Illi- 
nois. 

Ray David, farmer, res. 44 Forest av. 

Ray Frank Mrs., ladies' boarding house, 
11 s. Mississippi, res. same. 

Ray, Gordon & March, (Martin M. R., 
Jonathan W. G. & Walter M.,) at- 
torneys at law and notaries, room 12 
Talbott & New's blk., n. Pennsylva- 
nia. 

Ray Hannah Mrs., (wid.) Joseph, res. 
328 w. Maryland. 

Ray Harriet, (wid.) James M., res. 37 
Fletcher's av. 

Ray House, 103 s. Delaware, cor. South, 
Isaac Pritchard, propr. 

Ray James M., (R. Mayhew & Co.,) prest. 
Franklin Life Insurance Co., 19 n. 
Meridian, res. 112 n. Meridian, cor. 
Ohio. 

Ray John W., ladies' and gents' furnish- 
ing goods, 20 e. Washington, bds. 
Pyle House, n. Meridian. 

Ray John W., (R. & Ritter,) Register in 
Bankraptcy, 24^ e. Washington, res. 
e. Washington, ^ mile beyond city 
limits. 

Ray Mark, res. s. w. cor. Plum and 
Cherr}'. 

Ray Martin M., (R., Gordon & March,) 
room 12 Talbott & New's blk, n. 
Pennsylvania, res. cor. Pennsylva- 
nia and Tinker. 

RAY, MAYHEW & CO., 

(James M. R., Parish L. M. & John 
L. Harper,) wholesale boots and 
shoes, 8 w. Louisiana. 

Ray 0. W., traveling agt., 32 s. Meridian, 
res. Anderson, Indiana. 

RAY & RITTER, 

(John W. R. & Eli T. R.,) lawyers 
and notaries, 24^ e. Washington. 

Raymond Henry, res. 367 s. Alabama. 

RAYMOND SAMUEL, 

blacksmith, res. 344 n. Alabama. 

Raymond William A., moulder, 24 e. 
Georgia, res. 39 McCarty. 

Raynor Charles A., salesman, 56 and 58 
e. Washington, res. 320 n. Delaware. 

Razer Herman, lab., bds. Jefferson House. 

Read Lucien W., salesman. Bee Hive, 2 
w. Washington, bds. 37 Kentucky av. 

Reader Ephraim C, huckster, res. e. 
Michigan rd. 

Reading Thomas C, foreman, B. C. 
Shaw's, 26 e. Georgia, bds. 172 Vir- 
ginia av. 

Ready Michael, lab., res. 158 s. Meridian. 

Reafer Charles, checkman, Perm depot, 
res. 1 39 e. Merrill. 

Reagan Ed., machinist, Sinker & Co. 



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197 



REAGEN DAVID J., 

grocer, cor. Alabama and St. Clair, 
res. 83 e. St. Clair. 

Reagger Joseph, lab., res. 578 e. St. 
Clair. 

Reagia Lot, physiciaiij office 12 s. Mis- 
sissippi, res. same. 

Reagia William, shoe-maker, works 22 
Virginia av., res. 63 w. Market. 

Ream Laura Miss, res. 25 Virginia av. 

Reannie William, salesman, 62 s. Merid- 
ian, bds Oriental House. 

Reasner Ellen, (wid.) Christopher, res. 
240 s. Teniiessee. 

Reasner Henry, journeyman carpenter, 
res, 235 Winston. 

Reasner Hermann, lab., 231 n. Liberty. 

Reasner William, lab., res. 155 Union. 

Reasoner William T., (Brandte, Reasoner 
& Co.,) res. rear Brandte & Co's. 
store. 

Reaume John A,, salesman, R. R. Parker, 
30 w. Washington, bds. 37 Ken- 
tucky av. 

Reave E. A., student. Commercial Col- 
lege, bds. 176 e. South. 

Rebb George, carpenter, res. 186 s. Me- 
ridian. 

Rebeatisch Charles, (Schaub & R.,) res. 
197 e. South. 

Rech George, clerk, 44 w. Louisiana, bds. 
168 s. Illinois. 

Recker Gottfried, salesman, 21 n. Penn- 
sylvania, res. 238 s. New Jersey. 

Recker Henry, carpenter, shop n. side 
Liberty, bet. Market and Washing- 
ton. 

Recker Peter, saloon, 290 w. Maryland, 
res. same. 

Red Edward, (col.,) lab., res. 87 Anne. 

REDPIELD & CAMPBELL, 

(David A. R. & John D. C.,) pub- 
lishers American Railway Register, 
Herald bldg. 

BEDFIELD DAVID A., 

(R. & Campbell,) res. 71 w. Michi- 
gan. 

Redford James, lab., res. 409 s. Dela- 
ware. 

Redford John E., book-keeper, 46 n. 
Pennsylvania, res. 82 n. Pennsylva- 
nia. 

Redmond Dennis, switchman. Union De- 
pot, res. 179 w. South. 

Redmond Margaret Mrs., res. 243 w. 
Maryland. 

Redmond Thomas, billiard saloon, 65 w. 
Washington, res. cor. South and 
Illinois. 

Redmond William, switchman, bds. 243 
w. Maryland. 

Redmond William, works C. & L, R. R. 
Co., res. 276 w. Maryland. 



Upholstered and Common 

FURNITURE 

AT 

CABINET-MAKERS' UNION, 

No. 105 East Washiugton St. 
See page viii. 



Redmond Samuel, clerk, res. 15 e. Ohio. 

Redmond William E., res. 60 e. Market. 

REED A. & CO., 

(Anson T. R. & E. A. Bower,) soda 
water manfaclurers anddealers, 212 
w. Washington. See card, page 66. 

Reed Anson T., (A. R. & Co.,) 212 w. 
Washington, bds. 181 Blake. 

REED ERASTUS R., 

engraver, W. P. Bingham & Co., 50 
e. Washington, res. 134 n. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Reed George, works machine shop, res. 
185 Bates. 

Reed Hellen Miss, clerk, 32 n. Pennsyl- 
* vania, res. same. 

Reed Henry, painter, bds. 73 Georgia. 

Reed Jane, servant, Dr. Parvin, 143 n. 
Alabama. 

Reed John, servant. Dr. Parvin, 143 n. 
Alabama. 

Reed John, stone-cutter, res. n. e. cor. 
Madison av. and McCarty. 

Reed John F., traveling agt., res. 134 n. 
East. 

Reed Michael, lab., bds. n. e. cor. Califor- 
nia and North. 

REED MRS. S. A., 

oyster and ice cream saloon, and 
boarding house, 32 n. Pennsylvania, 
res. same. See card, page 14. 

Reeker Godfrey, clerk, Lieber's Picture 
Gallery, res. 238 s. New Jersey. 

Reese Carl, cabinet-maker, Spiegel, 
Thorns & Co., res. 183 n. Noble. 

Reese Charles, (H. R. & Co.,) 115 w. 
Washington, res. same. 

Reese Henry & Co., (H. & Charles R.,) 
groceries and provisions, 113 and 
115 w. Washington. ' 

Rees Henry, physician and surgeon, of- 
fice 236 n E^ist, res. same. 

REEVES CAREY C, 

foreman. Carpenter's Union, cor. 
Meridian and South, res. 510 e. 
Washington. 

REEVES PRATTK J., 

traveling agt., bds. 510 e. Washing- 
ton. 

Reeves Sarah, (wid.) William, res. 469 . 
n. Meridian. 

Reeves Thomas, lab., res. 63 Decota. 



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Regan Timothy, waiter, Depot Dining 

Hall, bds. same. 
Regans Jep, salesman, Frank Wright's 
Brewery, res. 162 n. Illinois. 

Reger VVilliara, (Cabinet-maker's Union,) 
res. 79 n. Davidson. 

Regenaur William, teamster, res. 273 s. 
New Jersey. 

Rehling Charles, sen., grocer and pro- 
duce dealer, 188 s. Illinois, res. 218 
e. Washington. 

Rehling Charles, jr., clerk, 188 s. Illinois, 
bds. 218 e. Washington. 

Rehling Wiljiam, butcher, 137 s. Illinois, 
bds. same. 

Rehling William, boots and shoes, 257 s. 
Delaware, res. 259 s. Delaware. 

Rehm Eugene F., clerk, Adjutant Gener- 
al's office, bds. 31 Cherry. 

Reiber Godfrey, Rtone-cutter, res. 268 s. 
Delaware. 

Reible Lewis, carpenter, 15 Circle, res. 
122 Spring. 

Reichwien Philip, bar-tender, 15 n. 
Pennsylvania, res. 101 n. Noble. 

Reick Augustus, policeman, eighth ward, 
res. 490 Virginia av. 

Reid Earl, salesman, 5 w. Washington, 
bds. 126 n. Tennessee. 

Reideman Louis, harness-maker, Reyer 
& Thorns, res. 27 w. St. Clair. 

Reinacher Jacob, sen., lab., res. 330 n. 
New Jersey. 

Reinacher Jacob, jr., bar-tender, 8 s. 
Delaware, res. 331 n. New Jersey. 

Reinaha ('hristopher, waiter. Depot Din- 
ing Hall, res. 446 w. North. 

Reiner Joseph, stove mounter, res. 349 s. 
Pennsylvania. 

Reinert Frederick, foreman, Fishback's 
tan yard, res. 31 Fourth. 

Reinicke Fred., moulder, Eagle Machine 
Works, res. 446 w. North. 

Reinhardt. Louis, shoe-maker, res. 172 e. 
Market. 

REINHARDT PETER J., 

saloon and restaurant, 81 s. Illinois, 
res. same. 

Reinken Henry, cigars and tobacco, 266 
e. Washington, res, same. 

Reinken John, cigar-maker, bds. 266 e. 
Washington. 

Reinman Reinhart, (R. & Groesch,) 
supt. Mozart Hall, 35 and 37 s. Dela- 
ware, res. same, up stairs. 

REINMAN & GROESCH, 

(Reiihart R. & John G.,) Mozart 
Hall, Wine and Beer Hall, under 
Mozart Hall, s. Delaware. 

Reir Henry, musician, res. 287 s. Penn- 
sylvania. 

Reisner Christina, servant, 175 n. Ala- 
bama. 



Reissner Christian H., chair-maker, res. 

511 Rosette. 
Reissner George A., salesman, 17 w. 

Washington, res. 170 Winston. 
Reister Catharine, seamstress, res. 308 

Massachusetts av. 
Ritch Ernst, dyer, 321 e. Washington, 

bds. same. 
Reitsell Christopher, lab., res, 417 s, Illi- 
nois. 
REITZ FRANK A-, 

propr. Crystal Palace Restaurant 

and Saloon, 44 w. Washington, res. 

same. 
Reitz Jacob S., Gommercial Hotel Saloon, 

87 8. Illinois, bds. Commercial Hotel. 
Reitzell Christina, machinist, Sinker & 

Co. 
Reller Christian, blacksmith, res. 127 s. 

Meridian. 
Remas Victor, gardener, res. 270 s. East. 
Remley Joseph, lab., res. 31 n. East. 
Remington Elizabeth J., (wid.) Jacob C, 

res. 48 e. South. 
Remington John J., lab., bds. 48 e. South. 
RENARD EUGENE, 

propr. Cafe du People Saloon, 299 e. 

Washington, res. same. 
Renald Thomas, stone-cutter, res. 86 e. 

South. 
Rencenbrink William, moulder. Eagle 

Machine Works, res. 57 Harrison. 
Rengel Martin, carriage-maker, res. 134 

n. Liberty. 
Rengstaff Charles, machinist, res. 130 s. 

East. 
Recner John B., (Bremerraan & R,,) res. 

e. Pearl, bet. Alabama and New Jer- 
sey. 
Rennett George F., clerk. Home & An- 
derson, res. 70 e. Maryland. 
Reno Robert S., carpenter, cor. Market 

and Winston, res. 164 n. Winston. 
Rentchler Frederick, blacksmith, bds. 

Pattison House. 
Rentchler Martin, blacksmith, res. 134 

n. Liberty. 
Rentchler John, blacksmith, Bremerman 

& Renner, bds. alley, bet. Washing- 
ton and Market. 
Rentsch Edward, res, 176 s. Illinois. 
Rentsch Herman, groceries and produce, 

145 e. Washington, res. same. 
Reome John, clerk, 30 w. Washington, 

bds. 37 Kentucky av. 
Reonalds Caroline, (wid.) Hugh, res. 20 

Draper. 
Reonard John P., carriage-maker, res. 

alley, back of Aldag's shoe shop. 
Reorden Thomas, blacksmith, res. 2 s. 

Tennessee. 
Resner Henry, boot and shoe-maker, 370 

Virginia av., res, same. 



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LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 



199 



Ress Valentine, carpenter, Helwig, Rob- 
erts & Co., res. 420 s. East. 

Reud Fannie, servant, 173 e. Market. 

Reutti Theodore, saloon and Restaurant, 
252 e. Washington, cor. East. 

Revel William, engineer, I. & C. R. R., 
res. 307 e. Georgia. 

Revels Willis, (col.,) physician, res. 205 
n. West. 

Reverson Dennis, lab., res. 302 s. West. 

REYER GEORGE, 

(R. & Thorns,) saddles, harness and 
saddlery hardware, 109 e. Washing- 
ton, res. same, up-stairs. 

REYER & THOMS, 

(George R. & Frederick T.,) dealers 
in saddlery hardware and manfs. of 
harness, saddles, collars, etc., 109 e. 
Washington. See card, page 122. 

Reynolds Charles, salesman, Mclver's bat 
store, bds. Second, bet. Tennessee and 
Mississippi. 

Reynolds Charles H., cigar factory, 149 
n. Noble, res. 163 n. Noble. 

Reynolds Chesley, expressman, res. 79 
Ash. 

Reynolds Clarkson, civil engineer, bds. 
Second, bet. Tennessee and Missis- 
sippi. 

Reynolds Frank, yard master, Bellefon- 
taine depot, res. 156 n. Liberty. 

REYNOLDS & HOLLIDAY, 
(John B. R., Cort F. & Wilbur F. H.,) 
kerosene lamps, oils and lamp trim- 
mings, 13 s. Meridian, See card, 
page 86. 

Reynolds James M., cigar-maker, 149 n. 
Noble, res. 163 n. Noble. 

Reynolds John, book-keeper, James Sul- 
ffrove & Son, 20 w. Washington, res. 
287 n. Alabama. 

Reynolds John B., ^R. & Holliday,) 13 s. 
Meridian, res, 160 Virginia av. 

Reynolds John W., carpenter, Indianapo- 
lis Agricultural Works, res. 115 w. 
South. 

Reynolds Joseph, books and stationery, 
153 e. Washington, res. Wabash al- 
ley, near Alabama. 

Reynolds Nelson W., cigar-maker, 149 n. 
Noble, res. 163 n. Noble. 

Reynolds Samuel, carpenter, res. w. Sec- 
ond, bet. Tennessee and Mississippi. 

Reynolds Silas F., cigar-maker, 149 n. 
Noble, res. 163 n. Noble. 

Reynolds Thomas, stone-cutter, cor. Ken- 
tucky av. and Georgia, res. w. New 
York. 

Reynolds Thomas E., (Wiles & R.,) A8 n. 
Pennsylvania, res. 160 Virginia av. 

Reynolds William, chief checkman, T. 
H, &, I. depot, res. Second, bet. Mis- 
sissippi and Tennessee. 



BOOTS, SHOES AND GAITERS 

GLENNS' BLOCK, 

25 East WashiDgton Street. 



Reynolds John, res. 92 w. Ohio. 

Rheam Eugene, clerk, 79 e. Market, bds. 
n. East. 

Rheinhart Valentine, cabinet-maker, res. 
277 s. Meridian. 

Rheinheimer J., clothing, 28 w. Louisiana, 
res. 275 s. Delaware. 

Rheinheimer Nathan, clothing store, 28 
w. Louisiana, res. 275 s. Delaware. 

Reinschild Mary, servant, T. H. Sharpe, 
239 n. Pennsylvania. 

RHOADS CHARLES, 

watchman, city fire alarm tower, 
res. 231 w. New York. 

Rhodes A. M., student, commercial col- 
lege, bds. 315 e. Ohio. 

Rhodes James, (col.,) lab., res. 75 s. Mis- 
souri. 

RHODIUS GEORGE, 

propr. Circle Restaurant, 15 n. Me- 
ridian, res. same. 

Riable David, wood-sawyer, res. Drake, 
near Michigan rd. 

Rice Alexander, salesman, 100 e. Wash- 
ington, bds Union Hall. 

RICE GUSTAV, 

dry goods and notions, 100 e. Wash- 
ington, cor. Delaware, bds. Emeueg- 
ger's Hotel, 113 e. Washington. 

Rice George H., carpenter, res. 218 w. 
Georgia. 

Rice Lucy, (wid.) William, res. 7 Dacota. 

RICE MARTIN H., . 

deputy Grand Master, Crand Lodge, 
Masonic Order, res. Plymouth, Ind. 

Rice Mary, laundry girl. Depot Dining 
Hall, res. same. 

Rice Samuel, hoop skirt manf., 26 n. 
Pennsylvania, res. same. 

Richard Francis, stone-cutter, res, 485 e. 
Georgia. 

Richard John, journeyman carpenter, 
res. e. s. n. East, bet. St. Clair and 
Pratt. 

Richard Edward N., (Dawson & R,.) res. 
30 w. Pratt. 

Richards Frederick W., compositor, Jour- 
nal office, res 31 Hosbrook. 

Richards George, student, commercial 
college, bds. 31 Hosbrook. 

Richards George, hostler. Gates, Pray & 
Co., bds. 91 n. Delaware. 



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LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 



Richards Theodore, student, commercial 
college, bds. 31 Hosbrook. 

Richardson Benjamin A., clerk, Indiana- 
apolis Gas Light and Coke Co., bds. 
s. w. cor. Pennsylvania and Mary- 
land. 

Richardson Daniel A,, teamster, res. 423 
n. Mississippi. 

Richardson Frank, bds. 189 s. Alabama. 

Richardson Frank, traveling agt., Sin- 
ger's Manufacturing Co., 16 n. Del- 
eware. 

Richardson James E., moulder, bds. 16 s. 
Mississippi. 

Richardson John, teamster, res. 126 
Maple. 

Richardson John J., bds. 121 n. Missis- 
sippi. 

Richardson Tempy, (wid.) James, res. 55 
Jones. 

Richardson William W., commercial agt., 
res. 44 Christian av. 

Richardson William W., traveling agt., 
res. 433 n. Pennsylvania. 

Richer Julius, tinsmith, res. 324 s. Dela- 
ware. 

Richey John, lab., res. 124 n. Missouri, 

Richman Charles, res. 16 Fletcher av. 

Ri^hman John, lab., res. 224 s. Noble, 

Richmond E. L. Mrs., fashionable milli- 
ner, cloak and dress-making, 8 n. 
Pennsylvania, res. 143 n. Delaware. 

Richmond Nellie Miss, 8 n. Pennsylvania, 
res. 143 n. Delaware. 

Richter Adolph J., boots and shoes, 217 
e. Washington, res. same. 

Richter Anton, policeman, (night,) 8th 
ward, res. cor. Benton and North. 

Richter August, street commissioner, res. 
310 Virginia av. 

Richter Florence, saloon keeper, res. 339 
8. Pennsylvania. 

RICHTER FREDERICK, 

grocer and produce dealer, 317 s. Il- 
linois, cor. Bluff rd., res. same. 

Richter Harmon, (Wuest & Co.,) res. 287 
Winston. 

Richter Henry, blacksmith, res. 261 s. 
Mississippi. 

Richter William, grocer, 416 Virginia 
av., res. same. 

Richwine John, lab,, res. 199 Davidson. 

Rickard Henry, (R. & Talbott,) 36 s. Me- 
ridian, bds. Bates House. 

Rickard & Talbott, (He^ry R. & Charles 
H. T.,) wholesale dealers in hats, 
caps and furs, 36 s. Meridian. 

Rickards Charles, carpenter, bds. 314 e. 
Market. 

Rickards Thomas, carpenter and builder, 
127 e. Maryland, res. 314 e. Market. 

Rickards William C, carpenter, 127 e. 
Maryland, res. 314 e. Market. 



Rickenmeyer Henry, driver, Henry Sev- 
erin, res. 115 e. St. Joseph. 

Ricketts William, book-binder. Journal 
office, bds. 73 w. Maryland. 

Rictor Hammon, cabinet-maker, res. 256 
Winston. 

Riddle Sarah, (wid.) Alfred R., washer- 
woman, res. s. w. cor. New York and 
Minerva. 

Ridenar Emma B., student, Indiana Fe- 
male College, cor. Meridian and New 
York. 

RIDER ISAIAH, 

author of Rider's system of penman- 
shif>, and propr. Normal Institute of 
Penmanship, 24J e. Washington, res. 
144 n. Tennessee, 

Rider Samuel, florist, bds. California 
House. 

Rider William, lab., res. 23 Ellsworth. 

Rider's Normal Institute of Penmanship, 
24^ e. Washington, Isaiah Rider, 
propr. 

RIDGWAY J. F., 

physician, office 88 e. Market, res. 
151 n. New Jersey. 

Rieck Augustus, policeman, (night,) 8th 
ward, res. 490 Virginia av. 

Rienenshneider Herman, (Frank Krauss 
& Co.,) res. 83 n. New Jersey. 

Rienfelt Henry, lab., res. 272 Union. 

RINEHARDT LUDWIG, 

boors and shoes, 6 s. Delaware, res. 
172 e. Market. 

Rienkin Margaret, servant, 248 n, Penn- 
sylvania, 

Riesheind John, saloon and boarding 
house, s, Delaware, res, same. 

Rife Kate Mrs., ladies boarding house, 9 
8. Mississippi, res. same. 

Riffal Peter, lab., res. 36 Union. 

Rifle Jacob, (Charles & Rifle,) res. 323 
Virginia av. 

Rifle Martin, file-maker, 136 s. Pennsyl- 
vania, res, 36 s. Union. 

Riggen Caroline, (wid.,) res. 275 e. New 
York, 

Riggs C. M., merchant tailor, 60 n. Illi- 
nois, res. 197 n. Illinois. 

RIGGS JOHN, 

butcher and meat market, 198 n. 
Mississippi, res. same. See card, 
page 114, 

Right Hiram, boarding house, 358 w. 
Washington. 

RihLCharles H., brick-mason, res. 128 s. 
Ertst, 

RIKHOFF & BRO.. 

(John G. & Herman R.,) rectifiers 
and wholesale liquor dealers, and 
agts. for Finley & Wilder's Toledo 
Ale, 77 s. Meridian. See eard, 
page 90. 



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201 



Rikhoff Herman, (R. & Bro.,) 77 s. Me 
ridian, res. 502 n. Illinois, cor. St 
Joseph. 

RikhoflF John G., (R, & Bro.,) 77 s. Me 
ridian, res. 502 n. Illinois, cor. St 
Joseph. 

Rilej' Benjamin F., clerk, county treas 
urer s office, Court House Square, res 
289 w. Vermont. 

Riley Clinton C, clerk in Senate, res. 190 
Virginia av. 

Riley Dennis, coal-hauler, res. 289 s. 
Tennessee. 

Riley Hugh, lab., res. 140 Winston. 

Riley James, porter, Bates House, res. 
217 Minerva. 

Riley John, night watchman, Union de- 
pot. 

Riley John, shoemaker, res. 414 s. Ten- 
nessee. 

Riley John, upholsterer, N. S. Baker & 
Co., 73 e. Washington. 

Riley John, lab., res. 575 Maple. 

Riley John, night watchman, Street Ry. 
stable, bds. Nagel House. 

Riley John H., sawyer, Osgood, Smith & 
Co., res. 62 Grant. 

Riley Melinda Mrs., guitar teacher, 42 
Kentucky av., res. same. 

Riley Michael, shoemaker, res. 214 s. 
Tennessee. 

Riley Ned, works City Gas Works, res. 
167 Madison av. 

Riley Nicholas, painter, res. 199 e. Wash- 
ington„ 

Riley Patrick, lab , res. Michigan rd., s. 
e. corporation line. 

Riley Thomas, lab., res. alley, bet. Mary- 
laud and Georgia. 

Riley Timothy, coal-hauler, res. 287 s. 
Tennessee. 

Riley Timothy, jr., student, commercial 
college, bds 289 s. Tennessee. 

Riley Williara, teamster, res. 66 Eddy. 

Riley William, lab., res. 268 s. Tennes- 
see. 

Riley Frederick, baker, res. 140 e. Mc- 
Carty. 

Riley James, coal-hauler, bds. 289 s. Ten- 
nessee, 

Rineholt Jacob, journeyman carpenter, 
res. 373 w. Vermont. 

Rinely Christian, shoe-maker, bds. 86 
Indiana av. 

Rinewald George, carpenter, res. Second, 
bet. Illinois and Meridian. 

Riner Jacob, lab., res. 191 Maple. 

Ring John, wmks City Gas Works, res. 
183 Dougherty. 

Ring Kate Miss, servant, 321 n. Pennsyl- 
vania, bds, same. 

Ringer John Q., car repairer, Peru depot, 
res. 160 e St. Joseph. 



NATIONAL LIVERY, 

Sale and Boarding Stables, 

COURT STREET, 

ENTRANCE FROM PENNSYLVANIA ST. 

See eard, page 62. 



Rink Sarah Miss, servant, Nathan Baker, 
221 s. Alabama. 

Rinkle David, saloon-keeper, 94 e. South, 
res. same. 

Ripley Andrew, butcher, 97 e. Washing- 
ton, bds. 262 s, Delaware. 

Ripley William L, (Elder & R.,) 49 n. 
Illinois, res. 225 w. New York. 

Rister Albert, tanner, Tandies' shop, res. 
w. side Blake, bet. Vermont and 
New York. 

Ritchey Arnold, teamster, res. 428 s. 
Tennessee. 

Ritchey Mary A., student, Indiana Fe- 
male College, cor. Meridian and 
New York. 

Rittenhouse George G., (Peabody & R.,) 
30 s. Meridian, res. Meridian, bet. 
Pratt and St. Joseph. 

Rittenhouse Law, soda water manf., res. 
479 n. Meridian. 

Rittenhouse William, res. 19 s, Missis- 
sippi. 

Ritter August, teamster, res. 560 Rosette. 

RITTER ELI P., 

(Ray & R.,) lawyer, 24| e. Washing- 
ton, res. 415 n. East. 

Ritzinger Augustus W,, clerk, Indiana- 
polis Gas Light and Coke Co., bds. 
124 e. Ohio. 

Ritzinger F. C, clerk, Fletchers' Bank, 
bds. 226 e. Ohio. 

Ritzinger Frederick, secy. German Mu- 
tual Fire Insurance Co., 16 s. Dela- 
ware, res. 226 e. Ohio. 

Ritzinger J, B., teller, Fletchers' Bank, 
bds. 226 e. Ohio. 

Roach A C, (R. & Thistlewaite,) Jour- 
nal bid., jres. 68 Bates. 

Roach Charles, engineer, res. 297 s. 
South. 

Roach James, teamster, res. National rd., 
near White river bridge. 

Roach Michael, clqirk, cor. Delaware and 
Virginia av., bds. 89 s Pennsylva- 
nia. 

Roach Milton, sawyer, Tate's Planing 
Mill, bds. 297 s. East. 

Roach Nicholas, engineer, Frank Wrights 
Brewery, res. 25 Bright, 

Roach Michael, elerk, 50 Virginia av., 
bds. 79 s. Pennsylvania. 



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Roach James, lab., res. 40 Jones. 

Roach & Thistlewaite, (A. C. R. & J. P. 
T,, ) book publishers, second floor, 
new Journal bldg. 

Roach Addison L., (McDonald, R. & 
Sheets,) room 3, ^tna bldg., n. 
Pennsylvania, res. 613 n. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Roback Albert G., employe, Merchant's 
Union Express, res. 26 s. West. 

Roback Elias T., book-binder, res. 213 n. 
Mississippi. 

Roback Sarah, (wid.) George, res. 213 n. 
Mississippi. 

Robbing James, traveling agt., Moody's 
Drug Store, bds. 84 s. Illinois. 

Robbins Milton, patent agt, bds. 115 w. 
New York. 

Raber Godfried, stone-cutter, res. 268 s. 
Delaware, 

Roberts Catharine, (wid.) Daniel R., res. 
213 w. Market. 

Roberts Chapel, Rev. Asa S. Kinnan, 
pastor, n. e. cor. Pennsylvania and 
Market. 

Roberts Charles H., machinist, works 
Root & Co., bds. 98 e. South. 

Roberts David F,, journeyman carpenter, 
res. 236 Railroad. 

Roberts Drum, lab., res. 188 Virginia av. 

Roberts Jack, hostler, 16 n. Pennsylva- 
nia, res. 18 n. California. 

Roberts Jeflferson, (col.jl hod-carrier, 
bds. 265 e. St. Clair. ' 

Roberts John, (col.,) barber shop, under 
Spencer House, bds. Wiles House. 

Roberts John, engineer, Insane Hospital, 
res. opp. Insane Asylum, south side 
National rd. 

Roberts John, wood sawyer, T. H. & I 
R. R , bds, Nagel House. 

Roberts John, (Helwig, R. & Co.,) res. 
428 n. Tennessee. 

Roberts Joseph T., jr. conductor. Citizen's 
Street Ry., res. 268 w. Market. 

Roberts Mary E., (wid.) Isaac, res. 297 
Kentucky av. 

Roberts Michael, lab., res. 9 Kentucky 
av. 

Roberts Minnie A,, student Indiana Fe- 
male College, cor. Meridian and 
New York, 

Roberts Thomas, hostler, 16 n. Pennsyl- 
vania, 

Roberts William, wheat fan manf., Mar- 
ket, near p. o., bds. 309 s. Meridian. 

Robertson Alexander M., (A. M. R. & 
Bro.,) res. 96 e. Washington. 

Robertson A. M. & Bro., (Alexander M. 
& Fountain R.,) dry goods and no- 
tions, 96 e. Washington. 

Robertson Fountain, (A. M. R, & Bro.,) 
res. 96 e. Washington. 



ROBERTSON & CLOSE, 

(James E. R. & William H. C.,) dry 
goods and notions, 10 e. Washing- 
ton. 

Robertson James E., (R. & Close,) 16 e. 
Washington, res. 177 n. Alabama. 

Robertson William, machinist, works 
Eagle Machine Works, res. 223 
Union. 

Robinies Francis, boots and shoes, 223 
w. Washington, res. Pearl, bet. West 
and Missouri. 

Robinson Benjamin, (col.,) lab., res. 350 
w. north. 

Robinson Berry, (col.,) servant, 466 n. 
Pennsylvania. 

Robinson Charles B., supt. Union Depot, 
res. 381 s. Alabama, 

Robinson Charles B., jr., works Gas fac- 
tory, res. 381 s. Alabama. 

Robinson Frederick, telegraph operator, 
Union Depot, res. 318 s. Alabama. 

Robinson Ramaliea, painter, res. 402 s. 
Illinois, 

Robinson I. Bruce, trunk-maker, 29 s. 
Illinois, bds. 107 Massachusetts av. 

Robinson Ira I., carpenter, res, Michi- 
gan rd, 

Robinson James, plasterer, res. 343 s. 
Alabama, 

Robinson Jerome, clerk, Bellefontaine R. 
R, office, res. 339 s. Alabama. 

Robinson John, clerk, 161 e, Washington, 
res. 30 n. East. 

Robinson John S., manager Exchange 
Billiard Rooms, 33^ s. Illinois, res, 
same. 

Robinson Joseph, (col,,) servant, 122 n. 
Pennsylvania. 

Robinson Lafe W., armorer, U. S. Arse- 
nal, res. 107 Massachusetts av. 

Robinson Mathew B., farmer, res. 107 
Massachusetts av. 

Robinson Milton, (col,,) lab,, res. 116 
Ash. 

Robinson Richard, nail-maker, Cumber- 
land alley, bet. New Jersey and Al- 
abama. 

Robinson Robert W., stair-builder, shop 
Pearl, bet. Washington and Mary- 
land, near Missouri, res, 110 n. Mis- 
souri. 

Robinson William, journeyman carpen- 
ter, res, 228 Winston, 

Robinson William B., carpenter, res. 
Michigan rd. 

Robinson Robert A., messenger, Adams' 
Express Co,, 12 e. Washington. 

Robinson William H., policeman, Union 
Depot, res, 381 s, Alabama. 

Robinson William J. H., (Trayser, R. & 
Co.,) 159 and 161 e, Washington, 
res, 163 e. Washington. 



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Robisoa Joseph, street contractor, res. 
n. side Forth, bet, Pattison and Mi- 
nerva. 

Rocap Frank, journeyman carpenter, 
res. 201 Davidson. 

Roch Harman H., grocer, 192 s. Noble, 
res, same. 

Rockey Henry S., bds, 202 e. Market. 

Rockfield Mattie, res. 163 Ft. Wayne av. 

Rockwell Anna Miss., res, Rockwell's 
Dining Rooms, Louisiana, opp. Union 
Depot. 

ROCKWELL J. S & CO., 

(.Jones S R,, Prindle S, R. & Silas 
R.,) proprietors Rockwell's Dining 
Rooms, Louisiana, opp. Union Pas- 
senger Depot. 

Rockwell Jones S., (J. S. Rockwell & 
Co.,) res. Rockwell's Dining Rooms, 
Louisiana, opp. Union Depot, 

Rockwell Prindle S,, (J. S. Rockwell & 
Co.,) res, Rockwell's Dining Rooms, 
Louisiana, opp. Union Depot, 

Rockwell Silas, (J. S. Rockwell & Co.,) 
res. Rockwell's Dining Rooms, Lou- 
isiana, opp. Union Depot. 

ROCKWELL'S DINING 

ROOMS, checkered front, opp. Union 
Passenger Depot, J, S. Rockwell & 
Co., proprs. 

Rodemus Andrew, barber, cor. Washing- 
ton and Meridian, res, 127 e. Wash- 
ington. 

Rodewald Benry, grocer and produce 
dealer, 441 Virginia av., res. same. 

Rodenbary Charles, brakeman, bds. Lit- 
tle's Hotel. 

Rodenbeck Christian, drayman, res. 502 
s. East. 

Rodgers Kate Madame, yeast manf., res. 
30 Water. 

Rodibaugh Adam, gardener, res, cor. 
Fourth and Tennessee, 

Roe William, book-keeper, Rolling Mill, 
bds, Pyle House, 

Roesener Anthony, drayman, res. 23 e, 
McCarty. 

Roeth Adam, tailor, 207 e. Washington, 
bds, Delaware, bet. Maryland and 
Georgia. 

Roeth John, (R. & Meier,) 207 e. Wash- 
ington, bds. Little's Hotel. 

Roeth & Meier, (John R. & Henry M.,) 
merchant tailors, 207 e. Washing- 
ton, 

Rogers Frank, picture dealer, 57 s, Illi- 
nois, bds. 37 Kentucky av. 

ROGERS GREEN M., 

solicitor Conn. Mutual Life Insur- 
ance Co., of Hartford, Connecticut, 
res. 409 n. East. 

Rogers Isaac, lab., res. 36 Helen. 

Rogers Joseph, lab,, bds. 36 Helen. 



HOUSE OF LORDS 

RESTAURANTand SALOON 

PEARSON & HANNING, Prop'rs, 

No. 78 WEST WASHINGTON STEEST. 

The finest Wines, Liquors and Cigars. 



Rogers J. Newel, book-keeper, Bee Hive, 

2 w. Washington, bds, 54 s, Penn- 
sylvania. 
Rogers John P., watch-maker, 204 e. 

Washington, bds. Little's Hotel, 
Rogers VVilliam C, freight agt., Belle- 

fontaine R. R, Co,, bds. Oriental 

House, 
Roggs Rudolph, merchant tailor, 335 

Virginia av., res. same. 
Reher George B., Japan Tea Store, 78 e. 

Market, res. 195 n. East, 
Roker Eureka, servant, 346 n. New Jer- 
sey. 
Rolan Samuel, (col.,) porter, 12 Bates 

House, res, Benton, 
Roll Is«ac H., (R,, Kimble & Aikman,) 

123 s. Meridian, res, 203 n. Illinois. 
ROLL, KIMBLE & AIKMAN, 

(I. H, R., Thomas V. K. & John B. 

A.,) jobbers in hardware, cutlery, 

&c , 123 s. Meridian. 
Roll Rebecca .Mrs., (wid.) Joseph, res. 

351 n. New Jersey, 
RoU & Smith, (W, H, R. & William S,,) 

carpets and wall paper, 38 s. Illi- 
nois. 
Roll William H., (R. & Smith,) carpet 

store, 38 s. Illinois, res. 117 w, 

Maryland. 
Rolling Mill Coal Co., office n. w. cor. 

South and Tennessee. 
Romeill Charles E., plasterer, res. 342 n. 

East, 
Romeill J. H., chair-maker, Spiegel, 

Thorns & Co,, res. 342 n. East. 
Romaine Charles H., teacher, Bryant & 

Stratton's Telegraphic Institute, s. 

e, cor, Washington and Meridian. 
Ronan John, lab., res. 407 s. Illinois. 
RoHan Mary, (wid ) Daniel, res. 140 s. 

Missouri. 
Ronan Michael, lab,, res. 131 s. Tennes- 
see. 
Ronan Patrick, musician, res. 249 Garden. 
Ronavan Joseph, lab., res. 74 Fayette, 
Roney Charles, brick-mason, res, 173 n. 

East. 
Ronnan John, lab., res. 325 w. Market. 
Rooker Calvin F., deputy clerk, Marion 

CO., office Court House Square, res. 

778 n, Illinois. 



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Hooker Alfred, journeyman painter, res. 
37 Douglas. 

Rooker George L, D,, painter, res. 104 
California. 

Rooker & Howell, (John S. R. & Joseph 
C. H.,) painters and glazers, 28| n. 
Illinois. 

Rooker John S., (R. & Howell.) 28^ n. 
Illinois, res. 268 w. Vermont. 

Rooney Emma, seamstress, W. T.Gibson, 
140 n. Alabama. 

Roos Jacob, butcher, shop 137 s. Illinois, 
res same. 

Root Deloss, (D. R. & Co.,) 66 e. Wash- 
ington, res. 441 n. Meridian, cor. 
Pratt. 

ROOT D. & CO., 

(Deloss & Jerome B. R.,) manfrs. of 
stoves, hollow ware, steam engines, 
mill gearing, tin and sheet iron ware, 
and dealers in tinners' stock and 
tools, warehouse 66 e. Washington, 
manufactory cor. Pennsylvania and 
South. 

Root Jerome B., (D. R. & Co.,) 66 e. Wash- 
ington, res. 511 n. Illinois. 

Root Rensel, res. 82 w. North. 

Root Trecy, servant, 112 n. Pennsylva- 
nia. 

Roots' Foundry, 183 and 185 s. Pennsyl- 
vania, Deloss Root & Co , proprs. 

Rorex Mary Mrs., (wid.) Alexander, 
seamstrpps, res. 67 w. McCarty. 

ROSE AUGUSTIN D., 

captain Merchants' Police, office 83^ 
e. Washington, res. 29 w. Pratt. 

Eose Benjiimiu P., agt. Good Templar, 
bds. 189 s. Alabamn. 

Eose Charles, dyeing and repairing, 321 
e. Washington, res. same. 

ROSS DAVID G„ 

p( stmaster, office n. end p. o. bldg. 

ROS:^:i JOHN N., 

manfr. Plummer's patent boots and 
shoes, 22 n. Pennsylvania, res. 242 
Coburn. 

Rosebrock Fred, (R. & Lonsmann,) bds. 
446 Virginia av. 

ROSEBROCK FREDERICK, 
grocer and produce dealer, s. w. cor. 
South and Virginia av., res. same. 
See card, page 58. 

Rosebrock George, works Peru freight 
depot, res. 433 Virginia av. 

Eosebrock Henry, book-keeper, s. w. cor. 
South and Virginia av,, res. same. 

Eosemier Charles, stock dealer, res. n. 
w. cor. Cedar and Elm. 

Eosenan Solomon, (H. Ettenheimer & Co.) 
10 w. Washington, res. Buffalo, New 
York. 

Eosenbaum William, porter, institute for 
the blind, bds. same. 



Rosenbaugh Christopher, teamster, res. 
9 Elm. 

Rosenbach L. 11., druggist, 187 e. Wash- 
ington, bds. same. 

Rosenbug John, cutter, 173 e. Washing- 
ton, res. rear 168 e. Washington. 

Rosener Charles, (Gass & R.,) res. n, w. 
cor. Arch and Broadway. 

Rosengarten Mary, (wid.) Henry, board- 
ing house, 31 Cherry. 

Rosengarten Lewis, musician, res. 33 n. 
Noble. 

Rosensteel George, hoseman, bds. 275 w. 
Washington. 

Rosenthal H., (Hays, R. & Co.,) 60 Meri- 
dian, res. 160 n. East. 

Rosenthal Moses, (Hays, R. & Co.,) 60 
Meridian, res. 325 e. Ohio. 

Ross Frank, clerk, 49 n. Illinois, bds. 
Railroad House. 

Ross James, coach painter, 26 e. Georgia, 
res, 58 Huron. 

Ross James J., clerk, J, H. Ross, 24 e. 
Pearl, bds, 294 n. Tennessee. 

ROSS JOHNSON H., 

coal dealer, 24 e. Pearl, res. 294 n. 
Tennessee. See card. 

Ross Mira, servant, 59 w. Maryland. 

Ross Morris M., student, city academy, 
128 8. Meridian. 

Ross Norman M., clerk, pension bureau, 
at Washington, D. C, res. 128 s. Me- 
ridian. 

Ross Samuel, foreman, lumber yard, e. 
Washington, bds. Little's Hotel. 

Ross Thomas, well-digger, res. 117 n. 
Missouri. 

Ross William, carriage trimmer, Bremer- 
man & Renner, res. n. Pennsylvania, 
opp. p. 0. 

Ross Wm. A., lab., res. 27 n. California. 

Rossell Hiram S., machinist, Bellefon- 
taine car shop, res. 143 Fort Wayne 
av. 

Roswinkel George, cigar store, 281 n. 
East, res. same. 

Roszell Michael D,, painter, res. 151 
Union. 

Roth Benci, peddler, bds. 253 s. Meridian. 

Roth Matthew, builder, res. 15 Henry. 

Rothrock Valentine, supt. Osgood, Smith 
& Co., bds. 181 s. New Jersey. 

Rothschild Henry, clothier, 99 s. Illinois, 
res. same. 

Rothschild Joseph, salesman, 3 Bates 
House, bds. 188 w. Ohio. 

Rotter Frank, harness-maker, J. C. Her- 
eth & Bro., bds, Pyle House, n. Me- 
ridian. 

Rough Bennit, tailor, cor. Washington 
and Illinois, res. 165 n. Tennessee. 

Rouse H, J., salesman, 94 n. Illinois, res. 
31 Indiana av. 



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Rouse Hiram J., butcher, 92 n. Illinois. 

res. 31 Indiana av. 
ROUT «& BATES, 

(Thomas C. R. & Charles A. B.,) gro- 
cers and produce dealers, dry goods 
and notions, 441 n, Illinois. See 
card, page 18. 

Rout Thomas, (R. & Bates,) res. 22 Lock- 
erbie. 

Rontier Antale, carpenter, res. cor. Cedar 
and Fletcher av. 

Routier Peter, carpenter and builder, s. 
e. cor. Cedar and Virginia av., res. 
394 Virginia av. 

Routin Ganaway F., journeyman carpen- 
ter, res. 365 n. West. 

Rowe Austin, machinist, res. e. Central 
round house. 

Rowe Jacob, foreman, McKernan's, res. 
38 Grant. 

Rowe John, teamster, res. 288 s. Meridian, 

Rowe S, P., salesman, 64 e. Washington, 
res 284 e. Michigan. 

Rowe Titus, furnace builder, rolling 
mill, res. 235 s. Tennessee, 
land John, machi 
res. 30 Douglas. 

Rowlson Margaret, res. 78 Indiana av. 

Rown William, teamster, res. 169 n. East. 

Rowntree William, machinist, res. Ill 
Forest av. 

Roy Herman J., cigars and tobacco, 290 
e. Washington, res. same. 

Royal Celestia, student, res. Tippecanoe 

CO. 

Royer Jacob, carpenter, res. 11 Sinker. 

Rozier Aaron, grocery clerk, 224 w. 
Washington, res. 146 Blackford. 

Rozier Perry, printer, Chandler & Co., 
res. 146 131ackford. 

Rubush Alexander, brick-layer, res. 93 
Benton. 

Rubush Fletcher, carpenter, res. 28 
Fletcher's av. 

Rubush William, brick-layer, res. 218 
Huron. 

Ruckersfeldt Charles, salesman, 25 s. 
Meridian, bds. Kolb House. 

Rudemal Frederick, carriage blacksmith, 
26 e. Georgia, bds. 62 s. Delaware. 

Rub Mary, servant, 189 e. Washington, 
bds. same. 

Ruehl John, painter, res. 255 s. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Ruel Peter, cigar-maker, res. 139 Ft. 
Wayne av. 

Ruerch August, moulder, Terra Cotta 
Works, res. 184 Madison av. 

Ruben Martin, lab., res. 241 s. Tennes- 
see. 

Ruman August, saloon-keeper, 332 Vir- 
ginia av., res. same. 

Rumbo Frederick, cook, Crystal Palace 



FASHIONABLE 

MERCHANT TAILOR, 

Keeps a full line of the finest goods of French, 
English and American Manu- 
facture at 

No. 33 SOUTH ILLII70IS STREET. 



Restaurant, 44 w. Washington, bds. 
same. 

Rumell John E., lab., res. 213 s. Tennes- 
see. 

Runge Christ. I., butcher, 388 s. Dela- 
ware, bds. with Mrs. Spresser. 

BUPP JOHN, 

grocer, s. w. cor. Kentucky av. and 
West, res. same. 

Rupp William F., merchant tailor, 131 e, 
Washington, res. same, 

Ruschhaupt August, saloon, 222 e. Wash- 
ington, res. same. 

Ruschhaupt Frederick, (Wittenberg & 
R.,) 37 e. Washington, res. 272 n. 
Delaware. 

Ruschhaupt Gustavo, cashier, 37 e. Wash- 
ington, res. 131 n. New Jersey. 

Ruschhaupt Henry, teamster, res. 224 n. 
Davidson. 

Ruschhaupt William, bds. Concordia 
House. 

Ruschhaupt William, res. 131 n. New 
Jersey. 

Rush Charles, (Gall & R.,) 101 e. 
Washington, bds. 105 n. Meridian. 

HUSH FREDERICK P., 

forwarding and commission mer- 
chant, 99 8. Delaware, res. 105 n. 
Meridian. 

Rush W. G., physician and surgeon, 37 
Virginia av., res. 85 w. Maryland. 

Ruske Henry A., carpenter, res. 86 s. 
East. 

Russchauht William, res. 131 n. New 
Jersey. 

Russell Alexander W., clerk, p. o., res. 
258 s. Meridian. 

Russell Conrad, stone-mason, res. 417 e. 
Washington. 

Russell David, lab., cor. Market and 
Winston, res. 32 s. Delaware. 

Russell Emila I., (col.,) washerwoman, 
res. 67 Hosbrook. 

Russell Georgh H., (Wright & R.,) 30.} 
W.Washington, res. 43 Catham. 

Russell James, railroad contractor, res. 
250 8. Meridian. 

Russell James N., hopper clerk, p. o., res. 
296 s. Meridian. 

RUSSEL JOHN S., 

carpenter, res. 354 s. Delaware. 



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Russel John, lab., res. 299 s. Missouri. 

Russel Laven, policeman, eighth ward, 
res. 82 s. Noble. 

Russel Nelson P., railroad man, res. 14 
Water. 

Russel Samuel, lab., res. 321 w. Market, 

Russel Samuel, lab., C. &I. C. freight de- 
pot. 

Russel Thomas, lab., res. 299 s. Missouri. 

RUSSEL WM. H., 

foreman, barber shop, 50 e. Wash- 
ington, bds. Wiles House, w. Mar}'^- 
land. 

RUTH ADOLPH A., 

saloon-keeper, 401 e. Washington, 
res same. 

Ruth Charles, ( L. & C. R.,) 81 e. Wash- 
ton, res. same. 

Ruth Joseph, fireman, bds. 99 e. Georgia. 

Ruth Louis, (L. & C. R.,) 81 e, Washing- 
ton, res. same. 

Ruth L. & C, (Louis & Charles R.,) sa- 
loon, 81 e. Washington. 

Ruth Mary Miss, res. 401 e. Washington. 

Ruth N. Brown, Home Friendless Women, 
Pennsylvania, bet. Second and 
Third. 

Rutz George, shoe-maker, res. 400 Virgi- 
nia av. 

Ryall , mason, res. Vermont, bet. 

West and Canal. 

Ryall Emma Miss, res. First, bet. West 
and Canal. 

Ryan Bridget, dress-maker, 185 e. Wash- 
ington, res. 33 e. MeCarty. 

Ryan Bridget, (wid.) Patrick, res. 353 e. 
McCarty. 

Ryan Bridget, servant, W. H. Loomis, 29 
School. 

Ryan Catharine, servant, 121 n. Dela- 
ware. 

Ryan Claude, cash boy. New York Store, 
res. 203 Meek. 

Ryan Ellen, dress-maker, 185 e. Wash- 
ington, res. 272 e. Georgia. 

Ryan Ellen Mrs., (wid.) John, res. 75 s. 
Mississippi. 

Ryan George W., painter, res. 43 Dough- 
erty. 

Ryan James, res. 140 Indiana av. 

Ryan James, lab., res. 249 s. Tennessee. 

Ryan James B., (Elliott, R. & Co.,) 48 s. 
Meridian, res 158 n. Mississippi. 

Ryan John, lab., res. 28 Willard. 

Ryan John, lab., res, 278 s. Delaware. 

Ryan Kate Miss, seamstress, res. 28 
Willard. 

Ryan Kate, servant, 162 e. Market. 

Ryan Mary, servant, 18 s. Misssissippi. 

Ryan Margaret, (wid.) John, res. 203 
Meek. 

Ryan Michael, lab., res. 358 n. Winston. 

Ryan Michael, lab., res. 34 Helen. 



Ryan Michael, expressman, res. Mary- 
land, near Michigan rd. 

Ryan Michael, watchman, Wright's 
Brewery, res. 25 Bright. 

Ryan Richard J., bds. 134 u. Illinois. 

RYAN T. P.. 

propr. U. S. Bonded Warehouse, and 
wholesale liquor de-aler, 143 s. Me- 
ridian, res. 155 n. Meridian. 

Ryan William, carriage blacksmith, bds. 
Pyle House. 

Ryfert Henry, carpenter, res. 117 e. St. 
Mary. 

Rynders John C. F., book-keeper, 21 w. 
Washington, bds. 128 n. Meridian. 



SABBE CHRISTIAN, clerk, bds 441 
Virginia av. 

Sabbe Henry, clerk, StoUe & Co., bds. n. 
e. cor, Delaware and South. 

Sabre Goul Miss., res. 185 Meek, 

Sack Henry, vainisher, Spiegel, Thorns 
& Co., bds. lie. Washington. 

Sacket Frank A., salesman, 66 e. Market, 
bds. 510 n. Delaware. 

Sackett C. 0., printer, H. C. Chandler & 
Co., bds. 44 n. Pennsylvania. 

Sackett Frank E., clerk, D, Root & Co., 
bds. 131 e. New York. 

Sackett William, carpenter, bds. 153 w. 
Maryland. 

Sage Charles, attorney at law, 157 w, 
Washington, res. 327 w. Washington. 

Sage & Coble, (William H. S. & Richard 
C.,) groceries and provisions, 157 wj 
Washington. 

Sage John S., moulder, res. 24 w. Mc- 
Carty. 

Sailors Charles H., clerk, 197 w. Wash- 
ington, bds. 208 w. Ohio. 

Sailors H. C, entry clerk, 58 s. Meridi- 
an, bds. Wiles House. 

Sailors J. L. & Son., dry goods and no- 
tions, 197 w. Washington. 

Sailors M. P., (S. & Son.,) res. 208 w. 
Ohio. 

Sails Josephine, servant, 228 e. Market. 

Saint Peter's Roman Catholic Church, s, 
w. cor, Virginia av. and Dougherty. 

St. Clair Mary, (col., wid. ) Sinclair, 
washerwoman, res. 61 Indiana av. 

St. John James, teamster, res. 185 s. Me- 
ridian. 

St. John's Academy, kept under direc- 
tion of Sisters of Providence, cor, 
Tennessee and Georgia. 

St. John's Church, (Catholic,) Rev, Au- 
gustus Bessonies, pastor, Rev. Pat- 
rick Fitzgerald, asst., n, side Geor- 
gia, bet. Illinois and Tennessee. 

St. John's Home for Invalids, Sisters of 
Providence, 129 s. Tennessee. 



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St. John's School, n. side Georgia, bet. 
Tennessee and Illinois. 

St. Mary's Church, (German,) e. Mary- 
land, bet. Pennsylvania and Dela- 
ware. 

St. Peter's Church, (Catholic,) e. Dough- 
erty, near Virginia av. 

Salge Henry, engineer, Cincinnati Ba- 
kery, bds. 107 e Washington. 

Sally Thomas, tailor, 12 s. Pennsylvania, 
res 225 w. South. 

SALTMARSH WILLIAM L., 
carpenter and builder, 102 s. Dela- 
ware, res. ii. e. cor. Illinois and 
Second. 

Saltzcors Theodore, lab., J. S. Carey & 
Co., bds. near Bellefontaine depot, 

Sammons Allen, Bill and C. 0. D. clerk, 
Merchant's Union Express Co., 42 
and 44 e. Washington, bds. Pyle 
House, n. Meridian. 

Sample James C, constable, res. 51 
Cherry. 

Sanborn Abram G., sen., foreman paint- 
er, Indianapolis Agricultural Works, 
res. 176 Blackford. 

Sanborn Abram G., jr., journeyman 
painter, res. 176 Blackford. 

Sander John, journeyman carpenter, res. 
282 n. Liberty. 

Sanders Enoch G., painter, res. 101 e. St. 
Joseph, cor. Delaware. 

Sanders & Fisher, (John E. S. & Johd E. 
F.,) saloon, 12 Bates House. 

Sanders Jacob F., clerk, 251 n. Illinois, 
bds. 163 n. Tennessee. 

Sanders John, (col.,) whitewasher, res. 
345 n. Alabama. 

Sanders John E., (S. & Fisher,) 12 Bates 
House, res. 185 w. South. 

Sanders John H., wagon-maker, bds. 
Ray House. 

Sanders Theodore, book-keeper, C. Von- 
negut, bds. Union Hall. 

Sandrock Adam H., saloon, 276 e. Wash- 
ington, res. same. 

Sandrock Adam W., Union Boarding 
House, 134 s. Meridian, res. same. 

SAND'S CHICAGO ALE 

AGENCY, 54 s. Illinois, Joseph 
O'Connor, agt., res. 28 Pratt, 

Sands Isaac, lumber shipper, res. 606 
Virginia av. 

Sanger Joseph, jr., clerk, I, & C. R. R. 
depot, res. 41 Huron. 

Sangerties Foster A., boiler-maker. Eagle 
Machine Works, res. 28 Fletcher's av. 

Sangsenkamp William, coppersmith, Cot- 
trell & Knight, res. 184 s. Delaware. 

Santo Edward, grocer, 204 Indiana av., 
res. same. 

Sayp George, stableman, Citizen's Street 
Ry, Co., bds. Neiman House. 



O 3P F I G E 



SINGER MANUFACTURING CO. 

No. 19 North Delav/are Street, 
M, J. OATMAN, State Agent. 

See Statement vi. 



Sapp W. D., clerk, Spencer House, n. w. 

cor. Illinois and Louisiana, 
Sargent Elbridge M,, blacksmith, B. F. 

Haugh & Co., bds. w. Washington, 
Sargent Francis L., blaeksmith, Cannon 

& Taylor, w. Washington, res. 311 

w. Washington. 
Sargent Milton, blacksmith, Vv^ashington 

foundry, bds. 311 w, Washington, 
Sauer John, lab., res. 27 w. McCarty. 
Saulsey Charles, harness-maker, J, C. 

Hereth & Brc, res. Indiana av., bet. 

Vermont and Michigan. 
Sauly John, lab., res. Madison av„ bet. 

McCarty and Buchanan. 
Saunders Henry, wagon- maker, bds. Ray 

House. 
Sawyer Christopher, (S. & Willetts,) res. 

Cleveland, Ohio. 
Sawyer J. S,, salesman, 52 s. Meridian, 

res. 163 n, Illinois. 
Sawyer & Willets, (Christopher S., Cleve- 
land, 0,, & William P. W.,) flour 

and feed, 62 e. Marknt. 
Saxe Charles, currier, 49 s. Delaware, 

res, Michigan rd., e. city limits. 
Sayer Phillip, (S. W. Drew & Co.,) res. 

431 e. Vermont. 
Sayles George F,, cashier, 6 e, Washing- 
ton, bds, 52 s, Pennsylvania. 
Sayler Henry B,, (Perkins, S. & Jordan,) 

room 4 ^tna bldg., n. Pennsylvania, 

res. 230 n. West. 
Saylor Jackson, heater Rolling Mill, res. 

270 s. Illinois. 
Scantlin John, on merchant police, res. 79 

Elizabeth. 
Scantlir Thomas, plasterer, bds. Walker 

House. 
Schabholy Simon, cigar-maker, 209 e. 

Washington, res. Noble, bet. Ohio 

and Market. 
Schad George, rubber, Cabinet Makers' 

Union, res. 104 Spring. 
Schad Gotleib, carriage-maker, res, 101 

n. Davidson. 
Sehad^ Adolph, brass-finisher, 26 e. 

Louisiana, res, 272 s. Illinois. 
Schader Andy, lab,, res. 276 n. Liberty, 
Schaedel Adolph, machinist, res. 61 e. 

South, 
Schaeffer H., harness-maker, bds. Huron. 



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Schaffer Peter, drayman, res. 567 e. St. 

Clair. 
Schaffer Wm,, tanner, res. in alley, rear 

of 657 n. Tennessee. 
Schalb Joseph, confectioner, Cincinnati 

Bakery, bds. 107 e. Washington. 
Schaler Frederick, blacksmith, res. 87 w. 

South. 
Schaler Henry, blacksmith, res. 225 s. 

Alabama. 
Schaler Henry, boiler-maker, res. 129 e. 

Merrill. 
Schaler John, blacksmith, Bellefontaine 

Car Shop, res. 225 s. Alabama. 
Schaler Joseph, boiler-maker, res. 242 s. 

Alabama. 
Schallenbrig Fred., chair-maker, Spiegel, 

Thorns & Co., res. e. South. 
Schanider Charles, wood-sawyer, T. H. & 

I. R. R., bds. Nagle House. 
Schapp Elizabeth, (wid.) John, res. 140 

Union. 
Schat Mathias, tailor, res. 331 e. Vermont. 
Schather Julius, brewer, bds. Jefferson 

House. 
Schaub George, (S. & Eebentisch,) res. 

223 n. Noble. 
Schaub Henry, jr., saloon, 176 e. Wash- 
ington, res. same. 
Schaub Jacob, shoe-maker, 170 e. Wash- 
ington. 
Schaub John, blacksmith, Bremerman & 

Renner, res. 225 n. Noble. 
Schaub Peter, teamster, res. 222 Railroad. 
Schaub & Rebentisch, (George S. & 

Charles R.,) boots and shoes, 170 e. 

Washington. 
Scheele Edward, physician, office 90 s. 

Meridian, res. same. 
Scheelsmidt Ferdinand, musician, res. 

611 e. Market. 
Scheible George C, millwright, 132 s. 

Pennsylvania. 
Scheider Peter, driver, Spiegel, Thorns & 

Co., res. 132 e. St. Joseph. 
Scheigert Frederick, policeman, (night,) 

5th ward, res. 264 s. Illinois. 
Scheldmeir Christian, fireman, Central 

R. R , res. 195 Meek. 
Schell Christopher, teamster, res. 575 s. 

Illinois. 
Scheltmaer Anton, shoe-maker, res. 275 

Michigan. 
Schendern Frederick, carpenter, Helwig, 

Roberts & Co., res. 24 s. New Jersey. 
Scheneman William, lab., res. 148 s. Me- 
ridian. 
Schering Charles, street sprinkler and 

drayman, res. 41 Orient. 
SCHERMERHORN R D., 

general agt., Merchants' Dispatch, 

19 Virginia av., bds. Rockwell's 

Dining Rooms. See card, page 146. 



Scherrer John, brewer, res. 64 Wyoming. 

Schetter Christopher, brewer, Gagg & 
Co.. res. s. of Madison av., out city 
limits. 

Schetter John, brewer, Gagg & Co., bds. 
Jefferson House. 

Schiefselle Christian, lab., res. 270 Mad- 
ison av. 

Schierling Hermann, clerk. Sawyer & 
Willetts, res. 292 n. Liberty. 

Schildmeyer Andrew, boots and shoes, 
298 e. Washington, res. 375 e. Mich- 
igan. 

Schildmeyer Christian, fireman, C. & I. 
C. R, R.,re8. 195 Meek. 

Schildmeyer Frederick, merchant tailor, 
182 e. Washington, res. same, up- 
stairs. 

Schildmeyer Henry, carriage painter, 
res cor. John and Winston. 

SchilliDg & Bro., (Henry & Deitrich S.,) 
chair manfrs., 134 e. McCarty. 

Schilling Deitrich, (S. & Bro.,) res. 134 
e. McCarty. 

Schilling Henry, (3. & Bro.,) res. 134 e. 
McCarty. 

Schillinger George, porter, 108 s. Meri- 
dian, res. 167 Spring. 

Schinacker Louis, cabinet-maker, Spie- 
gel, Thoms & Co., bds. cor. Michigan 
and Noble. 

Schindler Oscar, clerk, C. Vonnegot, res. 
173 e. Washington, up-stairs. 

Schindler Robert, salesman, 63 w. Wash- 
ington, res. 168 e. Washington. 

Schinedt Peter, carpenter, cor. Market 
• and Winston, res. 394 e. Market. 

Schisler Henry, watchman. Eagle Ma- 
chine Works, res. New Jersey, bet. 
Market and Ohio. 

Schlater William H., res. 80 n. New Jer- 
sey. 

SCHLEY GEORGE J., 

compositor. Herald book and job 
room, bds. Oriental House. 

SCHLEY JOHN, 

foreman. Herald composing room, 
bds. n. Pennsylvania. 

SCHLIEBITZ FRED. W., 

watches and jewelry, 226 e. Wash- 
ington, res. e. end Market. 

Schlosen Henry, huckster, res. -539 s. 
East. 

Schlotzhauer Valentine, Cabinet-Makers' 
Union, res. 152 n. Davidson. 

Schlup Joseph, porter, 64 s. Meridian, 
bds. 223 e. Ohio. 

Schmalholc John, lab., res. 64 n. Noble, 

Schmalholz Casper, bar-tender. Circle 
Restaurant, 15 n. Meridian, res. 
same. 

Schmalzigang Mathias, tanner, res. 76 
Garden. 



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Schmick Charles L., boots and shoes, 71 
n. Pennsylvania, res. 86 Indiana av. 

Schmidt Charles, salesman, Birgman's 
soap factory, res. 148 s. Meridian, 

Schmidt Christian F., propr. Schmidt's 
Brewery, res. 169 e. McCarty. 

Schmidt H., (S. & Fricker,) 106 s. Illi- 
nois, res. alley, bet, Bradshaw and 
McCarty, near Virginia av. 

Schmidt Harald, clerk, 133 e. Washing- 
ton, bds. same. 

Schmidt Jacob, varnisher, Spiegel, Thorns 
& Co. 

Schmidt John, varnisher, Spiegel, Thorns 
& Co,, bds, Concordia House. 

Schmidt Lorenzo, clerk, Seidensticker & 
Co., bds. 332 e. Ohio. 

Schmidt Ludwig, boot-maker, res. 128 e. 
Merrill. 

Schmidt Mathcas, carpenter. Phoenix 
Works, res. e. s. West, bet. South and 
Merrill. 

Schmidt Robert, tanner, res, 95 s. New 
Jersey, 

SCHMIDT RUDOLPH, 

wines and liquors, and restaurant, 
138 e. Washington, res. same, 

Schmidt William, butcher, shop 221 Mas- 
sachusetts, res, 23 Charles, 

SCHMIDT'S BREWERY, 

n. w. cor. Wyoming and High, Chris- 
tian F, Schmidt, propr, 

SCHMEDEL & PRICKER, 

(H. S. & Jacob F.,) brush manufac- 
turers and dealers, 106 s. Illinois. 
See card. 

Schmedel H., (S. & Fricker,) 106 s. Illi- 
nois, res. w. of Virginia av. and s. 
of McCarty. 

Schmit Christian, stone-cutter, ree. 131 
Stevens„ 

Schmit George, lab,, res. 220 Railroad. 

Schmit Leonard, brewer, res. 29 McCarty, 

Schmitt William H,, journeyman carpen- 
ter, res. 153 Winston. 

Schmall Frederick, wood-worker, Bre- 
merman & Renner, bds. 20 s. Dela- 
ware. 

Schneider Conrad, driver, Gagg & Co., 
res, 34 Wyoming. 

Schneider Fred,, collar-maker, James 
Sulgrove & Son, bds, s. Pennsylvania. 

Schneider John (SlefFens & S.,) 26 e. 
Louisiana, res. 193 s. East. 

Schneidts August, machinist, Spiegel, 
Thorns & Co, res. n. Winston. 

Schneller Andrew, bar-keeper, Lieber 
Bruder, s. w. cor. South and Penn- 
sylvania, bds. same. 

Schnidler Caroline Mrs., res. 173 w. 
Washington. 

Schnull Henry, (E. Over & Co.,) 68 8. 
Meridian, res. 124 n. Alabama. 



A COMPLETE STOCK 



McCREERY & FAY'S 

HOUSE FURNISHING STORE, 

66 and 58 East Washington Street. 
See pages 38 and 150. 



Schoemaker F., salesman, James Frank, 
36 e. Washington, res. 175 s. New 
Jersey. 

Schoettle Christ, (S. & Marmont,) 102 s. 
Illinois, res, same. 

Schoettle & Marmont, (Christ S. & Hugo 
M.,) saloon, 102 s. Illinois. 

Schofield James B., salesman, 62 s. Meri- 
dian, bds. Spencer House. 

Schofield Nat A., (Anderson, Bullock & 
S.,) 62 8. Meridian, res. Franklin. 
Ind. 

Schofield S. A., teacher. Institute for the 
Blind, bds. same. 

Schofield Thomas, spinner, Hoosier Wool- 
en Factory, res. 408 w. Washington. 

Scheme Fred, lab., res. 350 Virginia av. 

Scholtzhuer Adam, grocer, 248 n. Liberty, 
res. sameo 

Schonacker H. Mrs., hair-braider, res. 
154 n. Illinois. 

Schonaker Lewis, messenger, T. H. & I. 
R. R., bds, 126 n, Illinois. 

Schoolcraft Matilda Mrs., res. National 
rd., w. White river bridge. 

Schoolenberry William, lab., res. 178 
Winston. 

Schooley Thomas, (S, & Wells,) res. 520 
n, Illinois, 

Schooley & Wells, (Thomas S. & George 
W.,) grocers, 623 n. Illinois. 

Schopp George, shoe-maker, res. 140 
Union. 

Schoppenhorst William, sen., groceries 
and provisions, 126 e. Washington. 

Schoppenhorst William, jr., cash boy, 37 
e. Washington, res. 125 e. Washing- 
ton. 

Schorter William, artist, res. 441 s. Illi- 
nois. 

Schott Charles, locomotive wiper, Terre 
Haute R. R,, res, 526 s, Illinios. 

Schott Felix, cigar-maker, bds. 60 s. Del- 
aware. 

Schotts Fred,, locksmith, bds. Jefferson 
House. 

Schoub Henry, saloon, 168 w. Washing- 
ton, res. same. 

Schover Sophia Miss, dress-maker, res. 
338 8. Alabama. 

Schover William, carpenter, res. 338 s. 
Alabama. 



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LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 



Schowe Edward, blacksmith, B. F. Haugli 
& Co., res. 1 Water. 

Schowe Frederick, blacksmith, res. 1 
Water, 

Schowe Jacob, lab., res. 9 Water. 

Schrader August, tailor, res. 108 s. Me- 
ridian. 

Schrader Anthony, lab., 124 s. Delaware, 
res. 276 n. Liberty. 

Schrader C, carpenter, res. 183 s. Merrill. 

Schrader Christian, salesman, John Wood- 
bridge & Co., res. n. Mississippi. 

Schrader Christ, (S. & Lahman,) res. e. 
McCarty, bet. East and Virginia av. 

Schrader Frederick, (Holly & S.,) res. 191 
w. Washington. 

Schrader R., machinist, Sinker & Co. 

Schrader William, bar-keeper, Harman 
Attman, n. w. cor. McCarty and Me- 
ridian. 

Schradrluke Bernard, tailor, res. 356 s. 
Alabama. 

Schrake Mary, (wid.) Christopher, dress- 
maker, res. 253 n. Noble. 

Sohramme J. C. A., book-keeper, Spiegel, 
Thorns & Co., res. 223 e. Vermont. 

Schreener William, porter, Stewart & 
Morgan, ras. e. Washington. 

Schreyn John, heater, rolling mill, res. 
159 s. Meridian. 

Schrock Leonard, cooper, res. 432 s. Illi- 
nois. 

Schroder & Lahman, (Crist S. & Charles 
L.,) grocers and produce dealers, 380 
Virginia av. 

Schroeder Charles, carpenter, Eagle Ma- 
chine Works, res. 32 Water. 

Schroeder Christian, machinist, Wash- 
ington Foundry, res. 126 e. McCarty. 

Schroeder Frederick A., merchant tailor, 
121 s. Illinois, res. s. e. cor. McCarty 
and Bluff rd. 

Schroemle John, propr. Rye Bread Ba- 
kery, 262 s. Delaware, res. same. 

Schrotz Joseph, works McCord & Wheat- 
ley, res. 124 Duncan. 

Schnobel John, lab., res. 512 n. Tennes- 
see. 

Schuh John, engineer, res. n. e, cor. Vir- 
ginia av. and Noble. 

Schuk Wolf G., moulder, 24 e. Georgia, 
res. 19 Madison av. 

Schuler Fedel, lab., res. 356 n. Winston. 

Schuler George, butcher, 138 3. Meridian, 
res. 134 s. Meridian. 

Schulte Herman, flagman, Delaware, res. 
358 East. 

Schulmeyer Frederick, gas lighter, res. 
109 e. St. Mary. 

Schulmeyer Louis E., salesman, Stewart 
& Morgan, res. 137 Fort Wayne av. 

Schultheis George, carpenter, res. 412 s. 
Illinois. 



Schultz Frank, tanner, res. 1 18 n. Noble. 

Schultz Henry, blacksmith, B. F. Haugh 
& Co., bds. lo7 Henry. 

Schultz Henry, cigar dealer, 112 Virginia 
av., bds. Cincinnati House. 

Schultz Philip, lab., res. 144 Union. 

Schumnker Fred., real estate agt., res. 
175 s. New Jersey. 

Schumann Joseph, shoe-maker, res. 186 
Virginia av. 

Schupert George, teamster, res. 328 n. 
West. 

Schure Charles F., clerk, 103 e. Washing- 
ton, bds. 05 s. East. 

Schurr Leonard, watchmaker, 74 Indiana 
av., res. same. 

Schurr Leonard, jr., watchmaker, 74 In- 
diana av., res. same. 

Schuster Fred., blacksmith. Eagle Ma- 
chine Works, bds. Jefferson House. 

Schuster J., tailor, res. 621 e. Market. 

Schwab Leonard, salesman, 35 e. Wash- 
ington, res. 308 e. New York. 

Schwabacher Joseph, (Heymann & S.,) 
41 s. Delaware, bds. Bates House, n. 
Illinois. 

Schwartz Charles, salesman, 37 e. Wash- 
ington, bds. Georgia, bet Illinois 
and Meridian. 

Schwartz Joseph, peddler, res. 253 s. 
Meridian. 

Schwaster Theodore, blacksmith, Wash- 
ington Foundry, bds. Jefferson 
House. 

SCHWEAR & SPEAR, 

(Christ. H. S. & Fred. S.,) grocers, 
.572 e. Washington. 

Schwear Christ. H., (S. & Spear,) res. 
672 e. Washington. 

Schwader Christ,, machinist, Eagle Ma- 
chine Works, res. 124 e. McCarty. 

Schweer Mary, washerwoman, res. 676 
e. St. Clair. 

Schwegel Daniel, collar-maker, res. 201 
8. Pennsylvania. 

Schweier Charles, jr., clerk, res. 147 s. 
Meridian. 

Schweigert Michael, wagon-maker, res. 
Ray, bet. s. Meridian and Union. 

Schucinheart Edward, shoe-maker, res. 
134 e. St. Mary. 

Schueinsberg William, butcher, 329 s. 
Delaware, res. same. 

Schuicho Charles, groceries and produce, 
147 8. Meridian, res. same. 

Schmick Charles L., boot and shoe-maker, 
71 n. Pennsylvania, res. 86 Indiana 
av. 

Schwinge Henry H., salesman, China 
Tea Store, 7 Odd Fellows Hall, bds. 
Pattison House, n. Alabama. 

Schwomaur Christian, (Enners & S.,) res. 
380 e. Michigan. 



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Sch-womeyer H. Charles, groceries and 
produce, n. e. cor. Meridian and Mc- 
Carty. 

Scollenber Frederick, stone-cutter, res. 
605 s. East. 

Scott Adam, stone-cutter, res. 118 n. 
East. 

Scott Albert A., salesman, 6 Bates House, 
res. 472 n. East. 

Scott Anna Miss, res. s. side National 
rd., w. White river bridge. 

Scott Harry, teamster, res. 222 s. East. 

Scott Henry IVI.', student. Porter, Harri- 
son & 
bama. 

Scott James W., (col.,) lab., res, w. side 
n. Missouri, bet. Vermont and New 
York. 

Scott John, stone-cutter, cor. Kentucky 
av. and Georgia, bds. 294 w. Wash- 
ington. 

Scott John H., machinist, Phoenix Works, 
res. 93 w. Vermont. 

Scott John N , lawyer and city judge, of- 
fice Glenn's blk., e. Washington, res. 
179 n. Alabama. 

Scott & Nicholson, ( Adam S. & David N.,) 
stone yard, bet. Louisiana and Cem- 
etery. 

SCOTT SAMUEL T., 

agt. Peoples Dispatch Fast Freight 
Line, ofiSce 44 e. Washington, res. 36 
Lockerbie. 

Scott William, carpenter, res. 415 s. Ten- 
nessee. 

Scott W infield H,, clerk, Bellefontaine 
freight depot, res. 36 Lockerbie. 

Scribner George, (S. & Son.) res. National 
rd., w. city limits. 

Scribner Charles, (S. & Son,) res. Na- 
tional rd., w. city limits. 

Scribner Mary F. Mrs., clerk, p. c, bds. 
Indiana Female College, cor. Merid- 
ian and New York. 

Scribner Samuel, carriage blacksmith, 
bds. 74 n. Pennsylvan. 

Scribner & Son, (George S. & Charles 
S.,) sarsaparillamanfs., National rd., 
w. city limits. 

Scudder Helen, milliner, 83 n. New Jer- 
sey, res. same. 

Scudder M. R., deputy city marshal, 
room 87 e. Washington. 

Seagrist John, Watchman, Jefferson de- 
pot, res. 36 Union. 

Seargent Francis L., blacksmith. Phoenix 
Works, res. w. end Maryland. 

Sears Annie Miss, bds. 40 Meek. 

Sears John, lab., res. 269 s. Pennsylva- 
nia. 

Sears Martin, lab., res. 124 Meek. 

Sears Sears, lab., res. 172 Meek. 

Sears Thomas, lab., res. 118 Meek. 



STOVES AND 



HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, 

TUTEWILER BROS. 

See card, on page 214. 



Sears Thomas, jr., switchman, C. & I. C. R. 
R , res, 15 Lord. 

Seate Frederick, collar-maker, J. C. Her- 
eth & Bro., 24 n. Delaware. 

Seaton E. A., one price hat store, 25 n. 
Pennsylvania, res. 25 Gregg. 

Seaton James A., salesman, Seaton's One 
Price Hat Store, res. 25 Gregg. 

Seaton William D., salesman, Seaton's 
One Price Hat Store, bds. Pyle 
House, n. Meridian. 

Seay Jereimiah, lab., res, 115 n. Tennes- 
see. 

Seay John A., carpenter, Indianapolis 
Agricultural Works, bds. Globe 
House. 

Second Presbyterian Church, s. w. cor. 
Pennsylvania and New York, J. 
Howard Nixon, pastor. 

Secor Sidney B., printer, Journal office, 
res. 88 n. Delaware. 

Secrests Charles J. P., res. 319 s. Ala- 
bama. 

Secrest Henry, co^ffectioner, 32 s. Me- 
ridian, res. 179 s. Tennessee. 

SECRETARY OP STATE. 

office 26 Kentucky av., Nelson Trus- 
sler, secy., Thomas J. Trussler, dep- 
uty. 

Sedgwick Roderrick, notion store, 68 n. 
Illinois, res. same. 

Seehofer Frank, cabinet-maker, Spiegel 
Thorns & Co., res. 236 Massachu- 
sett av. 

Seele Henry, lab., res. 308 n. Liberty. 

Seeman Christian, grocer, res. 615 e. Na- 
tional rd. 

Segrist Nathan, res. 321 s. Alabama. 

Seib Philip, bar-tender, bds. 80 s. Dela- 
ware. 

Seibert Royal S., blacksmith, bds. 11 n. 
Liberty. 

Seibert Samuel M., blacksmith, 302 e. 
Washington, res. 11 n. Liberty. 

Seidensticker Adolph, (A. S. & Co.,) 14 s. 
Delaware, res. 332 e. Ohio. 

SEIDENSTICKER A. & CO., 
(Adolph S. & Aegedius Noltner,) 
real estate, collecting and law office, 
14 s. Delaware. 

Seider Frederick, dyer, res. 273 s. Penn- 
sylvania. 



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SEIDERS WM, H., 

State agt., Minn, Insurance Co., of 
Hartford, Conn,, office iEtna bldg., 
n. Pennsylvania, bds. Sherman 
House. 

Seidle E., machinist, Sinker & Co. 

Seigle Frank, cigar-maker, bc^s. 175 s. 
Delaware. 

Seildmeir Christian, machinist, res. 148 
e. Washington. 

Seiss Max, tailor, bds. 158 e. Market. 

Seiter C, cooper, 183 Madison av. 

Seiter Kasimer, copper manf,, cor. Union 
and McCarty, res. 183 Madison av. 

Seitz Charles, confectioner, 112 s. Illi- 
nois, res. same. 

Seitz Frederick, saloon and boarding 
house, 117 s. Illinois, res. same. 

Seldom John, lab., McLene, Mclntyre & 
Hays' paper mill, bds. Nagel House. 

Self Berry, (Isaac Davis & Co.,) 11 w. 
Washington, bds. 412 n. New Jersey. 

Selking William, billiard saloon, 13 e. 
Washington, res. n. Alabama. 

SELLERS DANIEL E., 

saddlery and harness, 17 Virginia 
av., bds. 17^ Virginia av. 

Sells Michael, stock-trader, res. 176 s. 
New Jersey. 

Selman Andrew G., physician, 21 .Vir- 
ginia av., res. 214 n. Alabama. 

Selsmith Ado, musician, res. 246 e. Ohio. 

Semmonds Herman, optician, 43 s. Illi- 
nois, res. same. 

Senior Zachariah, boot-fitter, 75 e. Wash- 
ington, res. same. 

SE]?3"0UR JAMES F., 

druggist, apothecary and tea store, 
39 w. Washington, res. 78 w. North. 

Senour John, salesman, 56 s. Meridian, 
bds. Spencer House. 

Senour William, porter, 66 s. Meridian, 
bds. 126 n. Tennessee. 

Serger August, salesman, 19 w. Wash- 
ington, bds. Circle Restaurant. 

Seringer Lendelon, cabinet-maker, West 
& Co., res. 164 n. Davidson. 

Server Caroline, (wid.) John, res. 29 
Grant. 

Server Franklin, lab., res. 29 Grant. 

Server Granville, journeyman carpenter, 
res. 105 Ash. 

Server Granville, porter, 64 e. Washing- 
ton, res. 15 e. Arch. 

Setorins John, with Vondergotten & 
Klein, bds. s. side Georgia," bet. Me- 
ridian and Illinois. 

Setter John, (Smith & S.,) res. 78 Lock- 
erbie. 

Seventh Presbyterian Church, n. side 
Elm, bet. Cedar and Pine. 

Severinghouse Carrie, servant, 105 n. 
Alabama. 



Sexton Ruble H., student Indiana Female 
College, cor. Meridian and New 
York. 

SEYBOLD JAMES H., 

marble works, 64 e. Market, res. 233 
e. Ohio. 

SEYMOUR ELISHA, 

propr. bates House, n. w. cor. Wash- 
ington and Illinois. 

Shaaf Able, file-cutter, 136 s. Pennsyl- 
vania, res. cor. Ohio and Noble. 

Shacke Earl, machinist, Sinker & Co. 

SHACKELFORD JOHN S., 

western and southern agt. C. & I. C. 
R. R., cor. Virginia av. and Dela- 
ware, bds. n. Delaware. 

Shackelton Joseph, machinist, Danville, 
111., res. 204 Winston. 

Sackow Charles, machinist, res. 52 Brad- 
shaw. 

Shade R. W., salesman, 6 c. Washington, 
bds. Pyle House, n. Meridian. 

Shafer Jacob, boarding house, res. 209 s. 
Pennsylvania. 

Shafer John, shoe-maker, 73 w. Georgia, 
res. same. 

Shafer John, (S. & Pcrrott,) 92 n. Illi- 
nois, bds. 63 w. Market. 

Shafer Norris, brakesman, Lafayette R. 
R., bds. 209 3. Pennsylvania. 

Shafer & Perrott, (John S. & Richard P.) 
meat market, 92 n. Illinois. 

Shafer William, cabinet-maker, res. 393 
s. East. 

Shafer William T., student Commercial 
College, bds. Pattison House, n. Ala- 
bama. 

Shaffer Adolphus, shoe-maker, bds. 14 s. 
Mississippi, 

Shaffer Frederick W., lab., Fisback's tan- 
yard, res. 11 Fourth. 

Shaffner George J., lab., res. 361 n. 
Noble. 

Shallenberger Alexander, carpenter, res. 
468 n. Delaware. 

Shallenberger John, carpenter, res. 298 
n. New Jersey. 

Shalor Henry, boiler-maker. Eagle Ma- 
chine Works, res. 129 e. Merrill. 

Shaltz John, machinist, Spiegel, Thorns 
& Co., res. 435 s. Illinois. 

Shamberger David H., money receiving 
clerk, Adams Express office, 12 e. 
AVashington, res. Tennessee, beyond 
city limits. 

Shanghnessey J., lab., res. 46 Bicking. 

Shanghnessey Thomas, lab., res. Madi- 
son av. 

Shannon Sallie T. Mrs., (wid.) Patrick 
0., res. 126 e. Ohio. 

Shapley Alonzo H., foreman Capital City 
Stables, 35 n. Illinois, bds. Mrs. 
Cunningham's. 



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218 



Share George K., (G. K. S. & Co.,) 40 s. 

Meridian, res. 1 Ft. Wayne av. 
SHARE GEORGE K. & CO., 

(George K. S. & George J. Setch- 
worth,) jobbers in saddlery and 
coach hardware, harness trimmings, 
and livery furnishing goods, 40 s. 
Meridian. See page 70, and cover. 

Share Louis, brush-maker, 106 s. Illi- 
nois, res. 518 e. Washington. 

Shaiff Nathan, salesman, 1 Palmer House, 
w. Washington, res. 128 w. South. 

Sharp George, -cigar-maker, 61 e. Wash- 
irig'on, res. 340 e. New York. 

SHARP J. K., 

miinufucturer and dealer in boots, 
shoes and leather, and dealer in 
hides, oil and shoe findings, 47 and 
49 s. Delaware, res. e. on Michigan 
rd., near Deaf and Dumb Asylum. 

Sharp John S., salesman, J. K. Sharp, 
49 s. Delaware, res. 193 s. New 
Jersey. 

Sharp Stephen, engineer, I. P. Evans & 
Co., res. 370 s. Delaware. 

SHARPE A. W., 

tobacconist, 28 n. Pennsyluania, res. 
193 s. New Jersey. See card, p. 14. 

Sharpe C. L., clerk, 28 n. Pennsylvania, 
res. 193 s. New Jersey. 

Sharpe E., at Fletcher & Sharpe's Bank, 
49 e. Washington, res. 564 n. Penn- 
sylvania. 

Sharpe Thomas H., (Fletcher & S.,) 49 e. 
Washington, res. 239 n. Pennsylva- 
nia. 

Sharpless Purnell, book-keeper, Hoosier 
State Mills, res. 71 n. California. 

Shaughoessey Patrick, lab., res. 243 
Kentucky 3fv. 

Shaughnessey T., lab., bds. 88 e. South. 

Shaw Augustus, switchman, Bellefon- 
taine yard, res. 2 Meek. 

SHAW BENJAMIN C„ 

carriage-manufacturer, 26 e. Geor- 
gia, res. 41 Madison av. 

Shaw George, porter, M. U. Express Co., 
Union Depot, bds. Commercial Ho- 
tel. 

Shaw Henry G., carriage-maker, 26 e. 
Georgia, res. 219 Buchanan. 

Shaw John P., canvasser, Logan & Co. 

Shaw Joseph, book-keeper, bds. 446 Vir- 
ginia av. 

Shaw William, nail-maker, 54 Huron. 

Shawver Alexander, sen., journeman car- 
penter, res. 5 Vine. 

Shawver Alexander, jr., journeyman car- 
penter, res. 5 Vine. 

Shawver Anias P., saddler, 70 w. Wash- 
ington, res. 297 Indiana av. 

Shawver Christopher J., saddler, 70 w. 
Washington, res. 297 Indiana av. 



S I IsT G E It 

SEWING MACHINES 

TO BE SEEN AT 

No. 16 North Delaware Street. 

See statement, page vi. 



Shay Cornelius, lab., res. 105 w. New 
York. 

Shay John, lab., res. 382 e. New York. 

Shay John, lab., res. 358 n. Winston. 

Shay John, hostler, 25 and 27 e. Pearl, 
bds. Collins House. 

Shea Hannah, servant, A. D. Wood. 

Shea James R., night policeman, second 
ward, res. 520 n. Delaware. 

Shea John, lab., bds. 276 s. Delaware. 

Shea John, lab., bds. 280 s. Delaware. 

Shea Michael, contractor, res. 530 n. Del- 
aware. 

Shea Michael, lab., bds. 240 s. Missouri. 

Shearer Adam, shoe-maker, res. 23 Grant. 

Shearer Lou Miss, (S. & M.,) 15 s. Missis- 
sippi, res. same. 

Shearer Luther, grocer, res. 123 w. Ver- 
mont. 

Shearer & Morgan, (Miss L, S. & Mrs. S. 
M. M.,) dress-makers, 13 s. Missis- 
sippi. 

Sheehan Daniel, lab., res. 237 s. West. 

Sheehan J., mason, bds. 67 s. California. 

Sheeks David, (McDonald Roache & S.,) 
room, 3 JElu& bldg., n. Pennsylvania, 
res. 439 n. New Jersey. 

Sheer Mary, (wid.) John, washer woman, 
res. 446 Indiana av. 

Shearer Frederick, teamster, bds. 185 3. 
Meridian. 

Sheets David, grocer, 241 w. McCarty, 
res. same. 

Sheets Harrison H., res. 95 n. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

SHEETS JAMES M., 

(S. & McClain,) res. 225 w, T/ash- 
ington, 

SHEETS & MgCLAIN, 

(James M, & John S. McL.,) grocer- 
ies and provisions, 225 w. Washing- 
ton. 

Sheets William, blank book manufac- 
turer and stationer and paper manu- 
facturer, 79 w, Washington, res. cor. 
Pennsylvania and Ohio. 

Sheerly Frederick, saddler, res, 551 a, 
Illinois. 

Sheesley Eli, (Heckmau & S.,) res. 453 e. 
Market. 

Sheffield Saw Works, 216 a, Illinois, E- 
C. Atkins & Co., proprs. 



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214 LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 



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HOT-AIR FURNACES 

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215 



Shields Louisa, res. National rd., near 
White river bridge. 

Shelburn Richai-d, lafe., res, 416 Douglas. 

Shelcrow George, (col.,) white-washer, 
res. w. s. n. Missouri, bet. Vermont 
and New York. 

Sheldmeyer Frederick, driver, 81 and 83 
Masonic hall, bds. 53 Peru. 

Sheldon William E., (H. W. Comstock & 
Co.,) 72 s. Delaware, bds. Sherman 
House. 

Shelter Lawrence, baker, 314 n. New 
Jersey, bds.. same. 

Shelly Christidn H., messenger, Union 
Express Co., res. 162 w. Louisiana. 

Shelt William W., salesman, 60 s. Meri- 
dian, bds. Bates House. 

Shepard Thomas L., carpenter, Kentucky 
av., bank of White river. 

Sherer Adam, shoe-maker 51 w. Wash- 
ington, res. 23 Grant. 

Shoeling Nicholas, lab,, res. 292 n. Lib- 
erty. 

Sherman Gustavus, res. 258 n. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

SHERMAN HOUSE, 

opp. Union Passenger Depot, Wil- 
liam M. Hawkins, propr. See card, 
page 178. 

Sherman Leroy, clerk, 21 w Maryland, 
bds. First. 

Sherman Paul, harness -maker, 70 w. 
Washington, res. 62 Indiana av. 

Sherwood Lyman Q , agricultural imple- 
ments, opp. e. end Union Depot, res. 
81 Second. 

Sherwood William B., messenger. Adams 
Express Co., 12 e. Washington, res. 
Evansville. 

Sherwood Solomon T., carpenter, res. 131 
Union. 

Sherwood William 0., (Dunn, Taylor & 
S,,) res. 92 Broadway. 

Shields Cain, lab., n. w. cor. East and 
McCarty. 

Shields Marcella, (wid.) Robert, dress- 
maker, res. 55 Ellen, 

Shields, Maria, (col.,) servant, 179 n. 
Alabama. 

Shields, Patrick, lab., res. 136 Meek. 

Shields Robert, porter. Phoenix Works, 
res. 55 Indiana av. 

Shields William, lab., res. 27 s. Alabama. 

Shiflfer Otho, foreman, Hoosier Woolen 
Factory, bds. 405 w. Washington. 

Shilling Charles, works Rush's Ware- 
house, res 424 s. East. 

Shilling Henry, brick-maker, rea. 367 
Virginia av. 

SHILLING RICHARD L., 

manfufacturers trunks, valises and 
traveling bags, 55 w. Washington, 
res. 121 w. New York. 



CAPITAL RESTAURANT 

C. LEHRRITTER & CO., PROP'RS„ 
14 EAST WASHINGTON STREET. 



Tbe finest Liquors, Cigars, and Oysters and 
Game, in season. 



Shilling Robert, trunk manufacturer, 
res. 126 w. Michigan. 

Shimer Caleb D., flour and Feed, 244 e. 
Washington, res. 215 Union. 

Shindler Robert A., salesman, Geisen- 
dorff & Co., res. 167 e. Washington. 

Shine Charles, cooper, J. S. Carey & Co., 
res. 333 w. Maryland. 

Shine John, lab., res. 116 Steven. 

Shinerty Jacob, varnisher, Cabinet-Ma- 
kers' Union, res. 415 e. Washington. 

Ship S. M., book-keeper, 36 s. Meridian, 
bds. cor. Pennsylvania and Market. 

Shipley George G., heater, Rolling Mill, 
res. 281 s. Tennessee. 

Shipley John, works Rolling Mill, res. 
355 n. Pennsylvania. 

Shipp Joseph P., salesman. Pee, Conduitt 
& Co., res. Thorntown, Ind. 

Shire Darby, journeyman carpenter, res. 
82 w. Market. 

Shire Phillip, cigar-maker, Jacob Miller, 
bds. Neiman House. 

Shoecraft Silas, lab., res. 67 Eddy. 

Shoef Abel, lab, res. 103 n. Noble. 

Shoemaker George F., clerk, 14^ e. Wash- 
ington, bds. same. 

Shoemaker John F., cabinet-maker, Spie- 
gel, Thoms & Co., res. 293 e. Ohio. 

Shoemire Lewis, notion store. Ft. Wayne 
av., res. same. 

Shaffer George, painter, J. B. Osgood, 82 
e. Washington. 

Shogro Johannah Miss, washer-woman, 
Rockwell's Dining Rooms, Louisiana, 
opp. Union Depot, bds. same. 

Sholtz John, machinist, Sinker & Co. 

Shomberg William F., shoe shop, 25 n. 
New Jersey, res. 131 Davidson. 

Short Burnett, clerk, W. & J. Braden, 
bds. 189 n. Illinois. 

Short H. N., law student, with Ketcham 
& Mitchell, bds. 84 Massachusetts av. 

Short Joshua, works Rolling Mill, res. 
412 s Illinois. 

Shorter William, artist and photographer, 
94 e. Washington, res. same. 

SHORTRIDGE A. C, 

supt public schools, office, Vinton 
blk., third floor, n. Pennsylvania, 
res. bet. Christian av. and Butler. 

Shortridge A. F., res. 198 n. Delaware. 



See card of St. James Hotel, Cincinnati, Ohio, on page 158. 



216 



LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 



Shoup Calvin T., lab., res. e. Georgia, bet. 

Noble and Liberty. 
SHOVER & CHRISTIAN, 

(James E. S. & Wilmer F. C.,) car- 
penters and builders, 278 n. Dela- 
ware. See pnge 134. 

SHOVER JAMES E., 

(S. & Christian,) 278 n. Delaware, 
bds. 298 n. Pennsylvania, 

Showalter Samuel, res. 258 Indiana av. 

SHOWLEY JACOB, 

boarding house, 142 s. East. 

Shrewsbury S. C, salesman, 34 s. Meri- 
dian, bds. n. Meridian, beyond city 
limits. 

Shroar Amelia Miss, clerk, Henry H, 
Shroar, 260 s. Alabama. 

Shroar Henry H., grocer and produce 
dealer, 260 s. Alabama, res. same. 

Shrooleek J., drayman, res. 165 Stevens. 

Shuer Margaret, servant, 18 e. Vermont. 

Shugrue Michael, lab., res 77 s. East. 

Shugrue Patrick, lab,, res. 379 Maple. 

Shuitice Michael, carpenter, res. 491 s. 
Illinois. 

Shurlock Charles, porter. Bates House, 
res. same. 

Shultz John, lab., res. 471 e. Georgia. 

Shultz John, lab., res, 435 s. Illinois. 

Shultze George, student, commercial col- 
lege, bds, 32 Henry. 

Shureth Frederick, saloon, 432 w. Wash- 
ington, res. same. 

Shute Alfred, baker, 338 w. Washington, 
res. same. 

Sickels William W., (Rev.,) res. 351 n. 
East. 

SIDDELL JAMES P., 

physician and surgeon, 166 Virginia 
av., res. in rear. 

Sides David, bender, Osgood, Smith & 
Co., res. 15 Fletcher av. 

Siebert George W., egg-packer, res, 107 
Forest av. 

Siebert Hiram, contractor, res, 143 s. 
East, 

Siegrist Simon, pastor, St. Mary's Roman 
Catholic Church, res. 75 e. Maryland, 

SIERSDORFER LOUIS, 

boots and shoes, 41 e. Washington, 
res. 187 Virginia av. See page 130. 

Silvers Austin H,, carriage blacksmith, 
Miller, Mitchell & Stough, res. 73 w, 
Washington. 

Silvers William, coach-maker, res. 223 
w. Washington. 

Simmerlink William, carpenter, res, 299 
e, Ohio. 

Simmons James, carpenter, res. 240 Vir- 
ginia av. 

Simmon Andrew, agt., American Horse 
Insurance Co., ofiBce in Vinton's blk., 
n. Pennsylvania. 



Simon Anthony, porter, 76 e. Washing- 
ton, res. National rd., e. city. 

Simon Christian, lab., res. 263 n. Noble. 

Simon Daniel, clerk, 173 w, Washington, 
bds. 14 s, Mississippi. 

Simon Frederick, grocer, 188 n. Noble, 
' res. same. 

Simon Friday, (Zimmer & S,,) 106 s. Jlli- 
nios, res, same, 

Simon Jean P., (Frenzel Will & Co.,) 133 
s. Illinois, res. 344 e. Market. 

Simonds Gustavus B., treas. White River 
Iron Co., bds. Bates House. 

Simps John, carpenter, shop 28 Fayette. 

Simps Joseph, lab., bds. National rd., 
near White river bridge. 

Simpson James, lab,, 86 Virginia av,, bds. 
80 s, Delaware. 

Simpson James B., carpenter, res. 454 e. 
Georgia, 

Simpson Jenny, seamstress, bds, 89 Ann. 

Simpson Jeptha E., book-keeper, 14 w. 
Washington, bds. 212 n. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Simpson John, (M, & J. S.,) bds. 363 s. 
Delaware. 

Simpson John, lab, res. National rd., 
near White river bridge. 

Simpson John E.. supt. clerk, T. H. & I. 
R, R., res, s, w. cor. Virginia av. and 
Alabama. 

Simpson Mary Mrs., (wid.) William, res. 
8. e. cor. Elm and Pine. 

SIMPSON MATTHEW, 

(M. & J. S.,) res. 363 s. Delaware. 

Simpson M, & J., (Mathew & J. S.,) gro- 
. cers and produce dealers, s. w. cor. 
South and Delaware 

SIMPSON NICHOLAS, 

grocer and produce dealer, 230 s. 
Delaware, res, same. 

Simpson 0,, lab,, res, 265 n. Mississippi. 

bimpson Oliver, book-keeper, 623 n. Illi- 
nois, bds. 520 n, Illinois. 

SIMPSON RICHARD. 

flour and feed store, 10 w. Pearl, res. 
325 s. Delaware. 

Sims Jacob, salesman, 60 s. Meridian, 
res. New York, bet. Illinois and Ten- 
nessee. 

Sims, Miller & Hoskins, (John M. S,, 
William B. M, & Robert S. H.,) gravel 
roofers, office and shop, e, Washing- 
ton, e. of Noble. 

Sims John M., (S., Miller & Hoskins,) 
e. Washington, near City Mills. 

Sinclers William, lab., res. California, s. 
. Maryland, 

Sindgel Peter, butcher, bds. 194 s, Illinois. 

Sindgel Godfrey, butcher, shop 194 s. 
Illinois, res. in rear. 

Singel Abdon, clerk, 14 n. Pennsylvania, 
bds. 88 s. Delaware. 



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JEstablisJied 1845. 



HOME OFFICE, 112 & 114 BROADWAY, N. Y. 

— =4S"3S= 

; Assets, over $8,000,000 



SECURELY INVESTED. 



B^ A Policy of 
Lii/e Insurance ts 
always an evidence 
ef prudent fore- 
thought, and no 
mail with a depen- 
dent family is ft ee 
froTti reproach sf 
As; life is noi tn- 
twred. — TLie late 
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Ctaiicellor of Ea 
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8^" Thtre is noth- 
ing in the commer- 
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^'^m^/ approaches, even 
remotely, to the 
giouEiTT of a well 
established Sf pru- 
dently managed 
Life Insurance 
Company. 
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This is one of the Oldest, Safest, and most successful Life Insurance Companies in the United 
States and offers advantages not excelled, and, in some respects, not equalled by any other. 
It has paid to widows and orphans of the assured over THREE MILLION DOLLARS. Its Trustees 
in Nev/-York City are of the very first and most reliable names. ^ff=' It is strictly IWUTUAL. 

The Policy Holders Receiving the Entire Profits. 

, Special care In the selection of its risks, strict economy, and a safe and judicious in- 
vestment of its funds, emphatically characterize the management of this Company. 
Premiums received Quarterly, Semi-Annually or Annually, at the option of the assured. 
Policies issued in all the various forms, of Whole Life, Short Term, Endowment, Annuity, &c, 

DIVIOE^^OS DECLARED ANNUALLY. 

F@m mm, wiwty fee ©emt. 

The mortality among its members has been proportionately less than that ot any other Life 
Insurance Company in America— a result consequent on a most careful and judicious selection 
of lives, and one of great importance to policy-holders. It offers to the assured the most 
abundant security in a large accumulated fund, amounting now to over EIGHT MILLION DOLLARS. 

It accommodates its members in the settlement of their premiums, bv receiving a note for 
a part of the amount when desired ; thus furnishing Insurance for nearly double the amount 
for about tbe same cash payment as is required in an " all cash Company." 

The NEW FEATURE in Life Assurance recently introduced by this Company of ssuing 

LIFE POLICIES NOT SUBJECT TO FORFEITURE, 

is regarded with universal favor, and annihilates the only argument of any weight 
which can possibly be brought against the system of Life Insurance. 





For a Non^Forfeiture Policy, requiring only Ten An/nual Premiums to secure 
$1,000 at the J>eath of the Assured, 





Annual Prem. 




Annual Prem. 




Annual Prena. 




Annual Prem. 


AGE. 


for 


AGE. 


for 


AGE. 


for 


AGE. 


for 




Ten Years. 




Ten Years. 




Ten Years. 




Ten Years. 


18 


$39.63 


28 


$49.19 


38 


$60.52 


47 


$72.46 


19 


40.38 


29 


50.24 


39 


61.95 


48 


74.05 


20 


41.15 


30 


51.17 


40 


63.35 


49 


75.90 


21 


41.98 


31 


52.11 


41 


64.64 


50 


78.41 


22 


42.87 


32 


53.09 


42 


65.88 


51 


81.27 


23 


43.81 


33 


54.16 


43 


67.08 


52 


84.24 


24 


44.80 


34 


55.31 


44 


68.33 


53 


87.33 


25 


45.84 


35 


56.54 


45 


69.61 


54 


90.54 


26 


46.91 


36 


57.82 


46 


71.00 


55 


93.90 


27 


48.05 


37 


59.15 











A credit of twenty per cent, is given on this table if desired. The current New- York rate 
of interest upon these credits is required to be paid annually until they are cancelled by 
dividends, or paid off by the assured. 



The following is a gummary of the Company's business for the year 1866: 

7,297 Mew Policies Issued. Insuring $88, 734,308.00 

Income from, Frem,iutns and Interest , 

IHsbursem^ents for losses, IHvidends and Expenses 



$3,088,804.4:7 
1,242,907.52 



^^iALAiSE ill FMSi W POLiSf HOLOEKS, 

Who are the only Stockholders in the Company 
and receive all the Profits, nearly 

Two MlLLIOH lOLLARS 

Dividend declared, January, 1867, Fifty percent. 

All dividends declared prior to 1866 are redeemable this year. 
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The business of the Company being STRICTLY MUTUAL, all the surplus is annually divided 
among the policy-holders. (Companies having a stock-capital usually retain a large 
portion for the stoch-holders.) 

Dividends are declared on all participating policies, which have existed twelve months prior 
to the first day of January in each year, and upon which more than one full years' premium 
has been paid 

Dividends of return-premiums on this class of policies will be computed upon the ordinary 
life table-rates, and continued during the existence of the policy. 

Each dividend is redeemed in two years from the time it is declared. If the assured has 

availed himself of the credit, the dividend, when redeemed, is applied to the 

payment thereof; otherwise it is paid to him in cash. 



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which is rapidly superseding the system of life-long payments, and has revolutionized the 
system of Zife Insurance in the United Slates, and which has been adopted Cgenerally 
in a less favorable form; by all Life Companies ; thus attesting the force of public opinion 
in tavor of a system so favorable to policy holders as Vci^i established by the yEW-YOBK 
IilFWforihe benefit of its members » It has received the unq^uallfied approval of the 
hest business men of the i^wt?, large numbers^ of whom have taken out policies under it, 
simply as an investment. 

By this table the insurer may cease paying at any time after two years, without forfeiture 
of past premiums^ and at the 

END OF TEN YEARS ALL PAYMENTS CEASE ENTIRELY, 

and the policy thenceforward becomes a source of income to him« To secure this result the 
annual rate of insurance must, of course, be somewhat higher. But almost any person in 
active business would greatly prefer paying a higher rate for a limited time and be done with 
it, to incurring a life-long obligation, however small. 

By the table on which this class of policies is based, a person incurs no risk in taking out 
a policy. Insuring to-day for $10,000, if he should die to-morrow the $10,000 immediately 
becomes a claim ; and if he should live ten years, and make ten annual payments, his policy 
is paid up— nothing more to pay, and still his dividends continudf making 




The only weighty argument offered against Life Insurance is, that a party might pay in for 
a number of years, and then, by inadvertence, inability, Ac, be unable to continue paying, 
thereby losing all he had paid. The " New-York Life " has obviated this objection by its 

fll ¥111 Itl-ftlfSlTOll FMR 

A PARTY, BY THIS TABLE, AFTER THE SECOND TEAR, 

Cannot Forfeit any Part of what has been Paid in. 

Thus, if one insuring by this plan for $10,000, discontinues after the second year, he is entitled 

to A PAID-UP POLICY, according to the number of years paid in, viz. : 
Second year, two-tenths of $10,000 (am't ins'd), amounting to $2,000, with dividend on same for life. 
Third year, three-tenths of " " " 3,000, " " " " 

Fourth year, four-tenths of " " *' 4,000, " " " ' 

Fifth year, five-tenths of *' " " 5,000, " " " 

And so on, until the tenth annual payment, when, all is paid, and dividends still continue 
during the life-time of the assured. 

B^^" This feature, among others, has given to this Company a success unparalleled in the 
history of Life Insurance. 

WILLIAM M. BEEMS, MOJtMIS FHANKLIJ^, 

ACTUARY. PRESIDENT, 

THEODORE IW. BANTA, Cashier. 
S. A. MATTISON, ) 
D W RUSSELL C » . . o , Superintendents of Agencies. 



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JOHN M. NIXON, 
DAVID DOWS, 
DANIEL S. MILLER, 
EDWARD MARTIN, 



JOHN E. WILLIAMS, 
HENRY K. BOGERT, 
WILLIAM BARTON, 
GEORGE A. OSGOOD, 
ISAAC C. KENDALL, 



JOHN L. ROGERS, 
JOHN MAIRS, 
C, L. ANTHONY, 
SANFORD COBB, 
HENRY BOWERS, 



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SINGER MANUFACTURING 

CO., proprs. andmanfrs. of Singer's 
celebrated sewing machines, machine 
twist thread, needles, oil and ma- 
chine supplies, branch office, 16 n. 
Delaware, M. J. Oatman, agt. See 
advertisement, front fly leaves, page 
vi. 

Singleton William, (col.,) lab., res. 131 
Bright. 

Simhadle Heronamus, brush-maker, res. 
62 Greer. 

Sink Frank S., teamster, Coburn & Jones, 
bds. 144 n. Tennessee. 

Sinker Alfred T., book-keeper, Sinker & 
Co , res. 84 w, Vermont. 

SINKER & CO., 

(E. T. S., Daniel Yandes & William 
Allen,) Western Machine Works, s. 
Pennsylvania, one square e. Union 
Depot. 

Sinker E. T., (Sinker & Co.,) res. 84 w. 
Vermont. 

Sinks James M., journeyman carpenter, 
res. 190 n.. Mississippi. 

Sinnissippi Insurance Co., of Indianapo- 
lis, room 15 Eden's blk., e. Market. 

Sipe Alexander K., messenger, Merchants' 
Union Express Co., JefiFersonville R. 
R.. bds. Sherman House. 

Sipe William A., (Logan, Brown & S.,) 
over 2 w. Washington, bds. 280 n. 
Mississippi. 

Sipp Minnie, servant, w. s. Meridian, 
bet. Tinker and Second. 

Sipp Charles, machinist, Chandler & Tay- 
lor, res. 512 n. Mississippi. 

Sire Frederick, gardener, res. 193 Bates. 

Sisco Harry C, foreman, Osgood, Smith 
.. & Co., res. 59 Eddy. 

Sisco Isaac, conductor. Central R. R., res. 
605 e. National rd. 

Sister Athansisius, superiouress St. John's 
Home for Invalids, 125 and 127 s. 
Tennessee. 

Sivings Theodore, law student, bds. 153 
w. Maryland. 

Sivers Thomas, bottler, A. Reed & Co., 
res. 11 n. Liberty. 

Sixth Ward School House, Union, bet. 
Merrill and McCarty. 

SKILLEN JAMES, 

propr. iEtna Mills, 354 w. Washing- 
ton, res. 48 n. West. 

Skillman Samuel, teamster, res. 431 e. 
St. Clair. 

Skinner Ellison E., tailor, 62 s. Illinois, 
res. 124 w. Sixth. 

Sknlly Michael, lab., res. alley, bet. 
Maryland and Georgia. 

Slack Alfred H., notions and fancy goods, 
6 w. Washington, res. same. 

Slanager J., carpenter, res. 3 Pearl Alley. 



CITY LAUNDRY, 



J. L. SPATJLDING, Proprietor, 



No. S3 South. New Jersey St. 



See card, on page 2. 



Slate Benjamin F., works McCord & 

Wheatly, res. 215 Coburn. 
Slater James i >., carpenter, res. 383 e. 

Georgia. 
Slaughter Alilon A., carpenter, res. 8 

Orient. 
Slaughter James L,, (H. W. Comstock & 

Co.,) 72 s. Delaware, bds. Sherman 

House. 
Slaughter John W., carpenter, res. 41 

Grant. 
Slaven Hue, drayman, res. cor. Nebraska 

and Drake. 
Sleeper George, clerk, res. 176 s. Illinois. 
Sloan Ceorge W., (Browning & S.,) 7 and 

9 e. Washington, res. 496 n. Merid- 
ian. 
Sloan John, (S. & Woolen,) 57 w. W^ash- 

ington, res. 230 n, Tennessee. 
Sloan Lima H., (wid.) Alfred, res. 29 

School. 
Sloan Robert, salesman. Bee Hive Store, 

bds. 230 n. Tennessee, 
SLOAN SAMUEL, 

journeyman carpenter, res. 305 In- 
diana av. 
Sloan William G,, grocer, 51 n. Noble, 

res. 142 Bates. 
Sloan & Woollen, (John S. & William J. 

W,,) manfs. and dealers In furniture, 

37 w. Washington. 
SLOAN EDWARD W., 

supt. American Express Co., 34 e. 

Washington, up-stairs, res. 451 n. 

Tennessee, cor. Pratt. 
Sloir Christian, boot and shoe shop, 126 

Ft. Wayne av., res. same. 
Slusher Elizabeth Mrs., weaver, Merritt 

& Cougl)len, res. w. Market. 
Slusher Henry, clock repairer, 229 w. 

Market, res. same. 
Smalczergaug John, lab., res. 67 s. Illi- 
nois. 
Small David, journeyman carpenter, res. 

89 Jackson. 
Small Elizabeth Mrs., (wid.) Roddy, res. 

88 s. Michigan rd. 
Small Gilbert, (Rev.,) pastor United 

Presbyterian Church, res. 110 n. 

Delaware. * 
Small Henry, tailor, 8 w. Washington, 

res. 252 n. Mississippi. 



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LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 



Small Jerome N., engineer, res. 88 Mich- 
igan rd. 
Smallwood Noel, student, Mendenhall's 

select school, res. 252 s. New Jersey. 
Smelser Frank, (J. W. S. & Bro.,) bds. 

243 n. East. 
Smelser James W., (J. W. S, & Bro.,) res. 

243 n. East. 
Smelser J. W. & Bro., druggists, 212 e. 

Washington. 
Smelser Olive P., (wid.) Jacob, res. 112 

Plum. 
SMITH ANDREW, 

conductor, I. P. & C. R. R., office 101 

e. Washington, res. Peru. 
Smith Andrew, engineer, Peru R. R., 

res. Bates. 
Smith Anna Miss, bds. 171 s. Alabama. 
Smith Athelick, musician, res. 146 Buch- 
anan. 
Smith Aurelius, printer, Downey & 

Brouse, bds. n. e. cor. New York and 

Tennessee. 
Smith Benjamin, engineer, JeflFersonville 

R. R., res. 301 s. East. 
Smith Butler, (S. & Harland,) bds. 173 

Massachusetts av. 
Smith & Burford, (Julius H. C. S. & 

Wesley B. B,,) book-binders and 

blank- book manfs., 11 s. Meridian. 
Smith Catharine Mrs., (wid.) James, res. 

35 n. East. 
Smith Charles R., painter, bds. 81 w. 

Maryland, 
Smith Charles W., general freight agt., 

C. & I. C. R. R., 70^ 8. Delaware, 

bds. 140 Virginia av. 
Smith Christian, res. 120 Decota. 
Smith Christian, (Smith, Ittenbach & 

Co..) res. Stevenson, bet. McCarty 

and Merrill. 
Smith Catharine, (wid.) Henry, res. 84 

s. Michigan rd. 
Smith Cyrus M., with Singer's Manf. Co., 

bds. 2 Indiana av. 
Smith Daniel, lab., bds. 317 w. Washing- 
ton. 
Smith David M., carpenter, bds. 228 w. 

Georgia. 
Smith Eben, (Strong & S.,) room 2, Vin- 
ton's blk., bds. Mrs. Hawkins, n. 

Delaware. 
Smith E.. teamster, res. 293 Kentucky av. 
Smith Ellen, (wid.) Michael, res, 202 

Buchanan. 
Smith Ellen Mrs., (wid.) Washington S., 

res. 171 s, Alabama. 
Smith Fanny Mrs., (wid.) Watts, res. 

Charles. 
SMITH & POSTER, 

(Joseph W.S. & Wallace F.,) ladies 

and gents furnishing goods, 27 n. 

Pennsylvania. 



Smith Fount P., traveling agt., res, 320 
e. Vermont, 

Smith Francis, res. n, w, cor. n. Tennes- 
see and Third. 

Smith Frank, real estate agt., res, w. 
Tennessee, bet. Third and Fourth. 

Smith Frank H., apprentice, Herald office, 
res. cor. TeuBessee and New York. 

Smith Frederick, grocer, 200 n. Missis- 
sippi, res, 468 n, Tennessee. 

Smith Frederick, blacksmith, Bellefon- 
taine car shop, res. 46 McCarly. 

SMITH FULLER, 

grocer and produce dealer, 146 Vir- 
ginia av., res. 133 s. New Jersey. 

Smith George, engineer, 24 e. Georgia, 
res. 203 Massachusetts av. 

Smith George, cash boy, 3 Odd Fellows 
Hall, res. s. w, cor. McCarty and 
Water, 

Smith George F., engineer, bds. 99 e. 
Georgia. 

Smith George M., drayman, res. cor. 
walnut and Maxwell. 

Smith George T., salesman, 5 e. Washing- 
ton, res. 229 n. New Jersey. 

Smith Gustave, shoe-maker, 25 w, Wash- 
ington, bds, 8 Illinois. 

Smith G. W, B., printer. Journal book 
and job room, res. Virginia av. 

Smith & Harland, (Butler S. & George 
H.,) grocers, 199 Massachusetts av. 

Smith Harriet, (wid,) William, res. 467 
8. Illinois, 

Smith Henry, clerk, Washington House, 
181 s. Meridian, res. same. 

Smith Henry, bar-tender, 14 e. Washing- 
ton, bds, same. 

Smith Henry, (col.,) servant, cor. Pratt 
and Illinois. 

Smith Henry J., res. Noble township. 
Rush CO., Ind. 

Smith Herman, varnisher, Helwig, Rob- 
erts & (^o., res. 282 n. Liberty. 

Smith Horace, conductor, Central R. R., 
res. 87 s. Noble, 

Smith Horace B., wheelwright, Osgood, 
Smith & Co., bds, 267 s. Illinois. 

Smith Horace W., capitalist, res. 296 w. 
New York, 

Smith Hubert H., carpenter, res. 42 For- 
est av. 

Smith Hugh H., stove-maker, 10 s. Penn- 
sylvania, res. cor. Market and Ala- 
bama. 

Smith Ira L,, works Spiegel, Thorns & 
Co., res. 93 s. Noble, 

Smith Isaac, peddler, res. 400 w. Mc- 
Carty. 

SMITH, ITTENBACH & CO., 
(Christian S,, Gerard I. <& Frank I.,) 
dealers in cut, dressed and building 
stones. 



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Smith Jacob, cleaning and repairing, 21 
Kentuck av., res. same. 

Smith Jacob, lab., res. 32 Jones. 

Smith James, carpenter, res. 41 Blake. 

Smith James, supt. Home for Friendless 
Women, w. side n. Pennsylvania, 
bet. Second and Third. 

Smith James, lab., Fishback's tan yard, 
res. toll gate, Michigan rd. 

Smith James A , clerk, Merrill's book 
store, rest. 225 s. New Jersey. 

Smith James B., res. 254 n. East. 

Smith James G , res.- 169 n. Noble. 

Smith James G., lab., res. 187 w. South. 

Smith James H. traveling agt., res. 273 
e. Louisiana. 

Smith James H. V., salesman, 5 e. Wash- 
ington, res. 225 s. New Jersey. 

Smith James S., painter, res. 384 e. Mc- 
Carty. 

Smith John, blacksmith, bds. 223 e. 
Market. 

Smith John, brakesman, bds. 99 e. Geor- 
gia. 

Smith John, carpenter, res. 95 Eddy. 

Smiih John, agt. .^tna Insurance Co., 
res. 19 w. Pratt. 

Smith John, lab,, res. 70 Fayette. 

Smith John, minister, res. 229 n. New 
Jersey. 

Smith John, shoe-maker, 32 e. Washing- 
ton, res. 69 Bright. 

Smith John C, Carpenters' Union, res. 
86 California. 

Smith John C, conductor, I, & C. R. R., 
res. 171 8. New Sersey. 

Smith John G., blacksmith and horse- 
shoring, 38 s. Pennsylvania, res. 
162 n. New Jersey. 

Smith John Joseph' carpenter, res. 95 
Eddy. 

Smith John W., clerk, res. 147 Union. 

Smith John W., porter, 56 and 58 e. 
Washington, res. 62 e. Bates. 

Smith JordfiH, (col.,) wood-sawyer, res. 
67 Hosbrood. 

Smith Joseph, carpenter, bds. 95 Eddy. 

Smith Joseph, journeyman carpenter, 
res. 294 n. Noble. 

Smith Joseph, machinist, res. 34 Elm. 

Smith Joseph H,, boarding house, 67 n. 
Alabaravi. 

Smith Joseph W., (S. & Foster,) and 
general agt. Florence Sewing Ma- 
chine for Indiana, of&ce 27 n. Penn- 
sylvania, res. 76 n. New Jersey. 

Smith Josiah, trunk manufactory, 385 n. 
New York, res. same. 

Smith J. H., shipping clerk, 52 s. Merid- 
ian, bds. 388 n. Illinois. 

Smith Julius H. C, (S. & Burford,) 11 s. 
Meridian, res. w, St. Clair, bet. Me- 
ridian and Illinois. 



MANNING, RAMSAY & CO. 

Take contracts for putting up 

GAS & STEAM FIXTURES, | 

No. 83 West Washington Street. | 

See full card, page 162. 



Smith J. W., salesman, 68 e. Washing- 
ton, bds. Pattison House, n. Ala- 
bama. 

Smith Leonard, brewer, res. 29 w. Mc- 
Carty. 

Smith Lewis, (col.,) lab., res. 350 w. North. 

Smith Lizzie, bds. National rd., w. White 
river bridge. 

Smith Lucinda H., servant, 321 e. Wash- 
ington, bds. same. 

Smith Margaret, servant, Omar New- 
man' 325 n. Pennsylvania. 

Smith Maria, (col.,) servant, Indianapo- 
lis Female Institute, n. e. cor. Penn- 
sylvania and Michigan. 

Smith Mary, (wid.) Oliver H. S., res, 75 
w. Ohio. 

Smith Mary, works 95 e. Washington, 
res. 84 Michigan rd. 

Smith Mary, servant, F. Fenton, 131 e. 
St. Joseph. 

Smith Mary A., Mrs., res. 317 w. Wash- 
ington. 

Smith Mary A., inmate Home for Friend- 
less Women, Pennsylvania, bet. 
Second and Third. 

SMITH MARY I. MRS., 

milliner, 138 e. Meridian, res. 147 
Union. 

Smith Mathew, machinist, res. 271 s. 
West. 

Smith Mattie Mr«., saleswoman, Jones, 
Davis & Co., bds. 24 n. Delaware. 

Smith Mattie Miss., student, Universitjj 
bds. 133 New Jersey. 

Smith Mary, (wid.) Jason S,, res. 14 
Lord. 

Smith Octavia F., (wid.) James R., res. 
190 s. New Jersey. 

Smith Oliver, lab , res. 132 Huron. 

Smith Osk M., clerk, A. F. Noble, room 
5 Yohn's blk., res. 153 n. Tennessee, 
cor. New York. 

Smith Patrick H., works Rolling Mill, 
res. 257 s. Mississippi. 

Smith Phillip, (S. & Setter,) 74 Massa- 
chusetts av., res. 77 Lockerbie. 

Smith R., (col.) lab., bd?. 75 s. Missouri. 

Smith Robert A., printer, Journal Co., 
bds. Ohio House. 

Smith Robert L., trunk-maker, 385 w. 
New York, res. same. 



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LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 



Smith Sallie Miss., dress-maker, Mrs. 

Richmond, bds. 370 8. Delaware. 
Smith Samuel C, driver, street car, res. 

171 s. Alabama. 
Smith Samuel, (col.,) lab., res. w. side n. 

Missouri, bet. Vermont and New 

York. 
Smith Samuel A., book-keeper, Concordia 

House, cor. South and Meridian, bds. 



Smith Samuel F., (Osgood, Smith & Co., ) 

30 w. Maryland. 
Smith Sophia, dress-maker, res. 148 e. 

Pratt, cor. Abibtma. 
Smith Sophisi, (wid.) James, res 24 Lord. 
Smith Squire, pjrocer, cor. Mississippi 

and Washington, bds. 14 t. Missis- 
sippi. 
Smith & Settea, (Phillip S. & John S.,) 

boot and siioe-makers, 74 Massachu- 
setts av. 
Smith Swailds, stone-cutter, res. 42 

Henry. 
Smith S. S., (Osgood, Smith & Co.,) res. 

30 w. Maryland. 
SMITH THOMAS, 

boot and slioe shop, 195 Indiana av., 

res. 23 Fayette. 
Smith Thomas, clerk, Lafayette freight 

depot, res. 162 n. Mississippi. 
Smith Thomas VV., machinist, bds. 426 s. 

Tennessee. 
Smith Watt J., lawyer, res. 296 w. New 

York. 
Smith Will'e, cash boy, New York Store, 

res. 39 Virginia av. 
Smith William, (Roll & S.,) 38 s. Illinois. 

res. 97 n, Delaware. 
Smith William, carpenter, bds. 266 s. 

Illinois. 
Smith William lab., res. 24 Lord. 
Smith William, meat shop, 221 Massa- 
chusetts av., res. 23 Pennsylvania. 
Smith William, painter, J. B. Osgood, 82 

e. Washington, 
Smith William, salesman, 43 s. Delaware. 
Smith Vv' illiam A., saloon, 40 s. Louisiana, 

bds. same. 
Smith William H., book-keeper, Mooney 

& Co., 147 s. Meridian, res. 162 n. 

New Jersey. 
Smith William H., book-binder, Macauley 

& Co.. res. Mississippi, bet. Vermont 

and New York. 
Smith William J., journeyman painter, 

res. 385 w New York. 
SMITH WILLIAM L., 

oyster and fruit dealer, 146 Virginia 

av., bds. 183 s. New Jersey. See card 

page 242. 
Smith William P., deputy county sur- 
veyor, 35 e. Washington, res. 170 

Massachusetts av. 



Smith William Q., wheelwright, bds. 266 
s. Illinois. 

Smith William Q., res. 180 n. East. 

Smith William S., street car driver, res. 
619 n. Illinois. 

Smith William W., agt., Rushville & ('on- 
nersville R. R., res. 203 w. South. 

Smlther Henry C, res. 368 n. Mississippi. 

Smither James W., (Parrott & S., ) 17 n. 
Pennsylvania, res. 184 n, Tennessee, 
bet. New York and Vermont. 

Smithers John, (R. G. S. & Co ,) res. 184 
n. Tennessee. 

Smithers Robert G., (R. G. S. & Co.,) bds. 
184 n. Tennessee. 

Smithers R. G. & Co., (R. G. S. & James 
Hamilton,) founders and machinists, 
w. Pearl, bet. Mississippi and Mis- 
souri. 

Smithers Theodore F., messenger, M. U. 
Express Co., bds. 184 n Tennessee. 

SMITHMEYER & ENOS, 

(John L. S. & Benjamin V.E.,) archi- 
tects and supts., room 4 Vinton's 
blk., n. Pennsylvania. See card, 
p»ge22. 

SMITHMEYER JOHN L., 

(S. & Enos,) U. S. patent agt., room 
4, Vinton's blk., bds. Bates House. 

Smitt Leopold, turner, works 23 e. South, 
res. Bluflf rd. 

SMOCK & BRO., 

(Samuel J. & George W. S,) auction 
and com. mers., 88 e. Washington. 
See card, page 18. 

Smock George W., (S. Bro.,) 88 e. Wash- 
inton, res. 30 n. New Jersey. 

Smock Lewis, lab., res. 65 s. California. 

Smock Marcellus, driver, American Ex- 
press Co., res, 227 Virginia av. 

Smock Nancy Mrs., (wid.) Mathew, res. 
81 Huron. 

Smock Peter, bds. 227 Virginia av. 

Smock Richard M., deputy county clerk, 
office Court House square, res. 168 
n. Noble, 
mock Samuel J., (S. & Bro.,) 80 e. Wash- 
ington, bds. 229 Virginia av. 

Smock William, farmer, res. 73 s. Noble. 

SMOCK WILLIAM C, 

clerk, Marion co,, office Court House 
square, res. 233 e. Washington. 

Snapp Abigail, (wid.) Abraham S., hair- 
dresser, res. 69 w. New York. 

Sneider Henry, baker, Peier D. Rank, 96 
e. South, bds. same. 

SNETHKAMP WILLIAM H., 
teacher, German Reformed School, 
cor. Market and Alabama, res. 330 
s. Alabama. 

Snider & Co., (William H. S. k D. H. Oli- 
ver,) drugs and medicines, cor. Vir- 
ginia av. and Noble. 



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Snider Charles D., salesman, cor. Noble 
and Virginia av., bds. same. 

Snider Conrad, journeyman carpenter, 
res 247 n. Liberty. 

Snider George W , book-keeper, 64 s. Me- 
ridian, bds. Sherman House. 

Snider John F., journeyman carpenter, 
res. 508 n. Mississippi. 

Snider William H , (S. & Co.,) cor. Vir- 
ginia av. and Noble, res. same. 

Snyder Adam, (Long, S. & Co.,) res. Day- 
ton, Ohio. 

Snyder Adam, stove polisher, 66 e. Mar- 
ket, res. St. Mary, bet. Alabama and 
Delaware. 

Snyder Alexander, student, commercial 
college, bds. 74 n. Pennsylvania. 

Snyder Charles W., grocer, 302 n. Illinois, 
res. 444 n. Meridian. 

Snyder Christian, porter, 71 e. Washiug- 
toD, res. 800 n. Alabama. 

Snyder David C, clerk, W. H. Snider & 
Co., bds. n. w. cor. Noble and Vir- 
ginia av. 

SNYDER DAVID E., 

insurance agt., office over 4 w. Wash- 
ington, res. 454 n. Tennessee. 

Snyder David W,, farmer, res. 514 Vir- 
ginia av. 

Snyder Frederick, machinist, i'es.2 Union. 

Snyder Frederick M., machinist, bds. Ray 
House. 

Snyder James, gardener, res. 45 Fletcher 
av. 

Snyder James M., student, commercial 
college, bds. 74 n, Pennsylvania. 

Snyder John, lab., res. 313 s. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Snyder Nicholas, lab., res. 31 Buchanan. 

Snyder Paul, watchman, Ferguson's pork 
house, res. s. e. cor. Madison av, and 
McCarty. 

SNYDER WILLIAM H., 

(W. H. S. & Co.,) n. e. cor. Virginia 
av. and Noble. 

Socvrell Henry M., grocer, 232 e. Wash- 
ington, res. 260 e. Market. 

Soehner Charles, salesman, 131 s. Meri- 
dian, bds, 231 Virginia av. 

Sogemier August, (S. & Co.,) res. 170 s. 
Meridian. 

Sogemier & Co., (August S., William S. 
& Philip Otto,) grocers and produce 
dealers, 170 s. Meridian. 

Sogemier William, (S. & Co.,) bds. 170 s. 
Meridian. 

Sohl Alfred J., (S., Gibson & Co.,) 352 w. 
Washington, res. 332 w. Washington. 

SOHL, GIBSON & CO., 

(Levi S., Alfred J. S. & David Gib- 
son,) manufacturers White Rose and 
Bank Mills flour, 352 w. Washing- 
ton. 



HOUSE OF LORDS. 



OYSTEES AND GAME IN SEASOiJ. 



A FINK BK80ET FOK ALL. 



No. 78 West Washiiipton Street. 



Sohl Levi, (S., Gibson & Co.,) 352 w. 
Washington, res. s. w. cor. Michigan 
and West. 

Solbe Ernest, chair-maker, Spiegel,Thoms 
& Co.-, res. 48 Davidson. 

Solomon Charles, cigar-maker, 27 s. Illi- 
nois, bds. 84 s. Mississippi. 

Solomon Henry, cigar manfi-. and dealer 
in leaf tobacco, 27 s. Hlinois, res. 84 
s. Mississippi. 

Solomon J. & M,, (Joseph & Morris S.,) 
loan office, 25 s. IlliDois. 

Solomon Joseph, (J, & M. S.,) loan office, 
25 8. Hlinois, res. 73 Kentucky av. 

Solomon Morris, (J. & M. S.,) 25 s. Hli- 
nois, res. 172 n. New Jersey. 

Sonderegger Frank, painter, res. 182 s. 
Delaware, 

Sonnefield William, teamster, res. 64 s. 
Noble. 

Soper Solon R., commission and produce 
dealer, 90 s. Meridian, res. 171 n. 
Liberty. 

Soper William G.,grocer, 323 s. Delaware, 
res. 321 s. Delaware. 

Soule Charles E., compositor. Herald of- 
fice, bds. Blake, bet. New York and 
Ohio. 

SOUTHARD ALBERT B., 

conductor 1. P. & C. R. R., office 101 
e. Washington, res. Peru. 

Southard George, telegraph operator, 
Peru freight depot, bds. Pyle House. 

SOUTHARD MACY, 

general ticket agt., L, P. & C. R. R., 
office 101 e. Washington, bds. Pyle 
House. See card, in R. R. depart- 
ment. 

Southards James, (col.,) blacksmith, res, 
281 Kentucky av. 

Southern C, carpenter, res. 256 . West. 

Southerland Robert S., clock repairer, 319 
Virginia av,, res. 52 Green. 

Spades Michael H., salesman, 10 e. Wash- 
ington, bds. Pyle House, n. Meridian, 

Spadht Bernard, porter, St. Mary's 
Church, bds. 75 e. Maryland, 

Spahn Andrew, lab., res. 203 s. Union. . 

SpahrF.L., book-keeper, 131 s. Meridian, 
bds. 52 s. Pennsylvania. 

Spahr William H., teamster, res. 326 w. 
Washington. 



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Spann John M., (J. S. S. & Co.,) room 2 
Brown's blk., n. Pennsylvania, cor. 
Washington, res. 163 n. Pennsylva- 
nia. 

Spann John S., (J. S. S. & Co.,) room 2 
Brown's blk., n. Pennsylvania, cor. 
Washington, res. 163 n. Pennsylva- 
nia. 

SPANN JOHN S. & CO., 

(John S. S., John i\I. S. & John Car- 
ter,) real estate brokers, and gener- 
al insurance agts., room 2 Brown's 
blk., n. Pennsylvania, cor. Washing- 
ton. 

SPAULPING JOHN L., 

propr. Cily Laundry, 22 s. New 
Jersey, bds. Little's Hotel. See 
card, page 2. 

Speake Jennie Mrs., (wid.) John W., 
res. 181 n. Delaware. 

Spear Frederick, (Schwear & S.,) res. 
580 e. Washington. 

Spears John, (col,,) plasterer, res. 8. s. 
North, bet. Blackford. 

Speckmann Henry, manufacturer and 
denier in cigars and tobacco, 108 s. 
Illinois, res. same. 

Speckmann Henry, jr., clerk, 108 s. Illi- 
nois, bds. same. 

Speckmann William, cigar-maker, 108 s. 
Illinois, res. same. 

Spehn Andrew, porter, 29 e. Washington, 
res. 203 Union. 

Speetel J., painter, res. 180 e. Ver-mont. 

Spencer Alexander, carpenter, bds. 74 n. 
Pennsylvania. 

Spencer Cassius C, cabinet-maker, bds. 
202 n. w. cor. Vermont and West. 

Spencer Charles F., salesman, Bee Hive, 
2 w. Washington, res. 42 s. Illinois. 

Spencer Charles N., clerk, Spencer & 
Mix, 246 e, Washington, res. 292 e. 
Market. 

SPENCER HOUSE, 

n. w. cur. Illinois and Louisiana, J. 
W. Canan, propr., W. D. Sapp and 
J. T. Canan, clerks. 

Spencer James, (col.,) eating saloon, s. 
e. cor. Washington and Meridian, 
res. 225 n. Tennessee. 

Spencer Milton, (S. & Mix,) res. 3C4 e. 
Market. 

SPENCER & MIX, 

(Milton S. & Lyman W. M.,) grocers, 
246 e. Washington. 

Spencer Stephen, res. 359 a. Alabama. 

Spencer William, painter, bds. 101 n. 
Misssissippi. 

Speth Morris, carpenter, 127 e. Mary- 
land, bds. 314 e. Market. 

Spicer Bloomfield M., real estate agt., 24J 
w. Washington, res. 56 w. New 
York. 



Spicer Edward M., carpenter, bds. n. w. 
cor. New York and Illinois. 

Spiegel Augustus, (S., Thorns & Co.,) 71 
and 73 w. Washington, res. cor. 
Vermont and Liberty. 

Spiegel Christian, (S., Thoms & Co.,) 71 
and 73 w, Washington, res. cor. 
North and East. 

Spiegel F. A., turner, Spiegel, Thoms & 
Co., res. 310 n. East. 

SPIEGEL, THOMS & CO., 

(Christian S,, August S., Frederick 
T. & Henry Frank,) furniture manu- 
facturers, warerooras 71 and 73 w. 
Washington, factory cor. East and 
Peru R. R. See card. 

Spillman John, on merchant police, res. 
311 Massachusetts av. 

Spitsnagle Leobold, barber, res. 167 s. 
Meridian. 

Spitzfaden Peter, meat market, 97 e, 
Washington, res. 252 s. Delaware. 

Splane James, teamster, res. 87 s. West. 

Splane Timothy, teamster, res. 77 s. West. 

Spohr George, shoe-maker, 154 e. Wash- 
ington, res. same. 

Sponable Mary J., (wid.) Phillip S., res. 
175 n. Tennessee. 

SPONSEL CONRAD, 

bar-keeper, 231 s. Delaware, res. 
same. 

Sponsel Frederick, night policeman, sev- 
enth ward, res. 247 s. Delaware. 

SPONSEL HENRY, 

grocer and produce dealer, 359 s, 
Delaware, res. same. 

Spooner Benjamin F., Genl., U. S. Mar- 
shal for Indiana, office, room 6 p. o. 
bldg., res. Lawrenceburg, Indiana. 

Spooner John C, deputy U. S. Marshal 
for Indiana, and Circuit Court, office 
p. 0. bldg., room 6, res. Lawrence- 
burg, Indiana. 

Spotts William, merchant, res. 8 Fletch- 
er's av. 

Spratt John E., bds. 493 n. Mississippi, 

Spray Joseph, foreman Indiana Transfer 
Co., 40 e. Maryland, res. outside 
city limits. 

Spreng Adam, stone-cutter, res. 127 n. 
Liberty, 

Spresser Elizabeth Mrs., (wid.) Charles, 
res, 349 s, Delaware. 

Spriandel George, salesman, 3 Palmer 
House, w. Washington, res. 11 Ells- 
worth, 

Springer David, carpenter, 260 Massa- 
chusetts av., res. 13 Chathan. 

Springer D. W,, student commercial col- 
lege, bds. 13 Chatham. 

Springer James E., (S. & Vance,) 
Brown's blk., n, Pennsylvania, res. 
end Virginia av., e. second house. 



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SPRINGER M. B., 

founder, cor. Washington and Ben- 
ton, res. 405 e. Washington. See 
card, page 18. 

Springer & Vance, (James E. S. & Ar- 
thur St C. V.,) State agts. John 
Hancock Life Insurance Co., of Bos- 
ton, ofl&ce Wiley's blk., n. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Springsteen Abram F., brick-layer, bds. 
117 Spring. 

Springsteen Charles, painter, bds. 117 
Spring. 

Sprinsteen Jeffersdn, painter, res. 117 
Spring. 

Springsteen George, painter, res. 117 
Spring. 

Sproule William K., book-keeper, Rikhoff 
& Bro., res. 92 s. Mississippi. 

Sprow Louisa, (wid.) Jacob, res. 464 s. 
East. 

Spurgen Joseph, painter, res, 76 Ash. 

Squire Edmund, (Rev.,) school teacher, 
430 n. Illinois, res. same. 

Squires Ezra, bds. Coneordia House, 200 
8. Meridian. 

Staats George D., supt. Odd Fellows 
Hall, res. 10 e. Michigan. 

Stacy Henry, supt. Gas Works, 326 s. 
Delaware, res. 226 s. Delaware. 

Stacy Milton H., finisher, iMerritt & 
Coughlen, res. w, Washington. 

Stacy M. D., watch-maker and jeweler, 
11 n. Meridian, res. 40 n. New Jer- 
sey. 

Staenhelbal Judtta, (wid.) Martin, wash- 
erwoman, res. 316 Railroad. 

Stafi'er William, waiter, Concordia House. 

Stagg Charles W,, lawyer and notary, 
Yohn's blk., res. 267 w. Vermont. 

Stagg John R., traveling agt., res. 238 s. 
Alabama. 

Stagmire Adam, bakery, 170 w. Wash- 
ington, res. same. 

Stahl Lewis, painter, res. 123 e. Merrill. 

Stahlhut Fred., collar-maker, James Sul- 
grove & Son., res. 664 n. Tennessee. 

Slake Joseph, painter, res. 17 Meek. 

Stake Frank, moulder, res. 444 a. East. 

Stalnaker Emma Miss., pupil Hess' Acad- 
emy of Music, bds. same. 

Standon Daniel, lab., res. 18 Buchanan. 

Standon Patrick S., lab. res. 14 Buch- 
anan. 

Standon Thomas, lab., res. 235 e. Louis- 
iana. 

Standrew Aheart, lab., res. 310 Blake. 

Stanfield Anna Miss, ladies' boarding 
house, s. side National rd., w. White 
river bridge, 

Stanley William P , student, N. W. C. 
University, bds. s. w. cor. Ash and 
Chirstian av. 



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Glenns' Block, East Washington Street. 



Stanley Helen Mrs., res. 17 Willard. 

Stanridga George L. K,, constable, res. 
250 n. Mississippi. 

Stanridge Henry J., real estate agt., 85 
e. Washington, res, 249 n. Missis- 
sippi. 

Stanton Ambrose P., (Perrine & S.,) 45 
e. Washington, res. 111 Indiana av. 

Stanton Charles, carpenter, cor. South 
and Meridian, res. 232 w. Michigan. 

STAPLIN WILSOK" D., 

general agt,, Equitable Fire Insur- 
ance Co., of Indianapolis, room 4, 
Odd Fellows Hall, bds. Virginia av. 

Staples Joshua, city engineer, office 
Glenns' blk., res. 70 n. Mississippi. 

STAPP JAMES H., 

(S. & Stanridge,) lawyer, 74 e. 
Washington, res. cor. n. Tennessee 
and Sixth. 

Stapp Thomas B., constable, 74 e. Wash- 
ington, res. cor. n. Tennessee and 
Sixth. 

STAPP & STANRIDGE, 

(James H, S. & Henry J. S.,) real 
estate and commercial brokers, 74 e. 
Washington. 

Stappel Peter, carpenter, res, 144 Union. 

Star John, carpenter, res. 179 Massachu- 
setts av. 

Star Union Line, 85 Virginia av., Sam- 
uel T. Gray, agt. 

Stark Christ., wagon-maker, res. 96 s. 
East. 

Stark Evila J. Mrs., (wid.) Abner, res. 
197 n. Illinois. 

STARK GUSTAVIES, 

agt. and manager. Cabinet-maker's 
Union, 105 e. Washington, res. 121 
Ft. Wayne av. See card, page viii. 

Stark Herman, shoe-maker, res. 230 s. 
New Jersey. 

Starkey Laura Mrs., (S. & Miller,) 82 
Virginia av., res. same. 

Starkey & Miller, (Mrs, Laura S. & Miss 
Mary M,,) millinery and dress- 
making, 32 Virginia av. 

Starling S. S, Mrs., teacher of painting, 
Indiana Female College, cor. Merid- 
ian and New York. 

Starr John C, carpenter, res. 179 Massa- 
chusetts av. 



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Starts William, lab., res. 113 n. West. 

Staten John W., hooker, roUiug mill, res. 
312 Wilkins. 

Staton Mary Mrs., (wid.) George, res. 
312 Madison av. 

Staton Thomas, (col.,) teamster, res. 406 
s. Tennessee. 

Statfs George, supt. Odd Fellows Hall, 
res. 10 e. Michigan. 

Statz Isaiah, heater, rolling mill, res. 241 
8. Mississippi. 

Staub George, tinsmith, 74 e. Washing- 
ton, res. 200 n. Noble. 

Staub John, journeyman carpenter, res. 
154 Winston. 

STAUB JOSEPH, 

merchant tailor, 2 Odd Fellows Hall, 
cor. Pennsylvania and Washington, 
res. 200 n. Noble. 

Staubang Philip, porter, Central R. R. 
engine house, res. 211 n. Noble. 

STAWITZ CHRISTIAN, 

general insurance agt,., rooms 7 and 
8 Eden's blk., e. Market, bds. Emen- 
erger's Hotel, 113 e. Washington. 
See card, pages 14 and 30. 

Steacy Sallie Miss, book-binder, works 
Journal office, res. 32 Douglas. 

STEACY WABREN MRS., 
milliner, 70 e. Market, res. same. 

Steaneker Ernest, lab., res. s. Alabama, 
bet. Merrill and McCarty. 

Stechhan Louis, saloon, 228 e. Washing- 
ton, res. 226 e. Washington. 

Stechhan Otto, upholsterer, bds. 226 e. 
Washington. 

Stedman Elkanch P., clerk, I., C. & L. R. 
R., res. n. e. cor. Bates and Benton. 

Stedman Henry S., clerk, H. L. Benham 
& Co., res. Jackson, cor. Bond. 

Stedman Percival, clerk, I., C. & L. R. R., 
res. 267 s. New Jersey. 

Steeg William P., rake-maker, res. 326 
Dougherty. 

Steeveuson America, (col.,) servant, 122 
n. Pennsylvania. 

Steevenson Harry, paper-hanger, res. 516 
n. INlississif pi. 

Steffens Charles, (S. & Schneider,) bell 
and brass foundry, res. 469 s. Ala- 
bama. 

Steffens Ernst F., mathematical instru- 
ment-maker, and State agt. for Davis 
& Kidder's magnetic electric ma- 
chines, s. w. cor. Washington and 
Meridian, res. 183 Blake. 

Steffens Ferdinand, manf. of brass imple- 
ments, 8. w. cor. Washington and 
Meridian, res. 183 Blake. 

STEFFENS & SCHNEIDER, 
(Charles S. & John S.,) Bell and 
Brass Foundry, 26 Union, e. railroad 
track. 



Stehlin Martin, bar-tender, 16 and 18 s. 
Delaware, res. 499 n. West. 

Steidle John, bookbinder, Herald bind- 
ery, 16^ e. Washington, res. 341 n. 
Liberty. 

Steierberg Charles, carpenter, res. 279 s. 
Delaware. 

Steigman Charles, (S. & Weis,) res. 144 
Madison av. 

Steigman & Weis, grocers and produce 
dealers, 150 Madison av. 

Stein Dora, clerk, 40 w. Washington, 
res. 48 e. South. 

Stein Fredinand, barber, 28 Virginia av., 
res. same. 

Stein Julia, clerk, 40 w. Washington, 
res. 48 e. South. 

Steinbach Charles, (Rev,,) pastor Fifth 
German Presbyterian Church, res. 
31 8. New Jersey. 

Steinbausea Bauno, book-binder, res. 11 
8. Alabama. 

Steinshaur Frederick, file-cutter, 136 s. 
Pennsylvania, res. 170 w. Washing- 
ton. 

Steinhaur George C, cutter, 25 w. Wash- 
ington. 

Steinhaur Michael, (Drotz & S.,) res. 256 
8. Pennsylvania. 

Steiuman George, tailor, 2 Odd Fellows 
Hall, bds. Washington, bet. East and 
Liberty. 

Steinman John, cutter, J. Staub, res. 139 
Virginia av. 

Stelborn Christian, journeymnn carpen- 
ter, res. 176 e. North. 

Stellsmith Simon, res. 512 n. Mississippi. 

Stellwergen John, butcher, 442 s. Illinois, 
res. same. 

Stem Jacob, (S. & Lintner,) res. 182 In- 
diana av. 

Stem & Lintner, (Jacob S. & Amos L.,) 
grocers, 182 Indiana av. 

Stenneger Ernest, lab., res. 356 s. Ala- 
bama. 

Steolting Frederick, teamster, Helwig, 
Roberts & Co., bds. n. e. cor. w. New 
York and Ellsworth. 

Stephens A. D , compositor, Herald office, 
res. 58 s. Pennsylvania. 

Stephens John F., boiler-maker, res. 365 
e. Market. 

Stephens Joseph, engineer, I. & C. R. R., 
bds. Ray House. 

Stephens Sarah Mrs., (wid.) Joshua, 
boarding house, 36 n. Delaware. 

Stephenson Franklin C, carpenter, bds. 
248 s. Meridian. 

Stephenson John W., carpenter, res. 248 
8. Meridian. 

STEPHENS HATTIB M. MRS., 
exchange store, 32 s. Illinois, res. 
same. 



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Stepney Rachael, (col.,) servant, D. S. 
Reaty, 194 e. Michigan. 

Sterk Thomas, blacksmith, 140 Kentucky 
av., res. 324 e. New York. 

Sterling James T., res. e. Washington, 
near Deaf and Dumb Asylum. 

Stern George, tailor, 35 e. Washington, 
bds. 117 s. Illinois. 

Stern Israel, saloon, 1 Indiana av.. res. 
259 e. New York. 

Sterns M. G. T., school teacher, res. 80 
Chatham. 

Sterrett Samuel, stock dealer at Wood 
& Foudry, n. t*enn8ylvania, res. 128 
e. Maryland. 

Stetter John, (Smith & S.,) 71 n. Penn- 
sylvania, res. 77 Lockerbie. 

Stevens, A. D., printer, Herald office, bds. 
213 n. Pennsylvania. 

Stevens Clara B. Miss, res. 87 Union. 

Stevens James N., policeman, second 
ward, res. 460 n. Delaware. 

Stevens Levi B., brickyard, Bluff rd., 
beyond city limits, res. 87 Union. 

Stevens Marinda, (wid.) William F., res, 
213 n. Pennsylvania. 

Stevens Samuel H., res. 213 n. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Stevens William, paper-maker, res. 327 
w. Maryland. 

Stevenson David, assignee, E. B. Alvord 
& Co., Vinton's blk., res. 442 n. Illi- 
nois. 

Stevenson Mary A., student, Indiana Fe- 
male College, cor. Meridian and 
New York. 

Stevenson Mary M., student, Indiana Fe- 
male College, cor. Meridian and 
New York. 

Steward Jacob, well digger, res. 72 Wil- 
kins. 

Steward James, (col.,) porter, 40 s. Meri- 
dian, res. 243 n. West. 

Steward John, night watch, American 
Express, res. 374 s. East. 

Stewart Adda, (wid.) William, res. 226 
n. Meridian. 

Stewart Alice M., student, Indiana Fe- 
male College, cor. Meridian and 
New York. 

Stewart Allen, lab., res. 344 w. North. 

Stewart Axim, (col.,) lab., res. 229 n. 
Tennessee. 

Stewart Benjamin, res. 21 Lockerbie. 

Stewart Brian, roll catcher, Rolling Mill, 
res. 370 Union. 

Stewart Charles G., (Bowen S. & Co.,) 18 
w. Washington, res. 141 n. Alabama. 

Stewart Daniel, (S. & Morgan,) 40 e. 
Washington, res. 265 n. Illinois. 

Stewart George (col.,) barber, 14 Bates 
House, res. Missouri, bet. Michigan 
and North. 



TUTEWILER BROS. 



Stove & House Furnisliing Store, 



74 EAST WASHINGTON STREET. 



See card, on page 214, 



Stewart Elizabeth, (wid.) Andrew, res. 
311 Indiana av. 

Stewart Fred., salesman, Bowen, Stewart 
& Co., res. 117 n. Illinois. 

Stewart Austin J., notary public, Mc- 
Ouat's blk., Kentucky av. res. same. 

Stewart James, street contractor, res. 308 
Indiana av. 

Stewart John, porter, American and U. 
S. Express Office, 34 e. Washington, 
res. 379 s. East. 

Stewart Leondas, astrologer, res. 236 n. 
Illinois. 

Stewart Martin, lab., Rolling Mill, res. 
280 Union. 

STEWART & MORGAN, 

(Daniel S., Stephen W. M. & Thomas 
G. Barry,) druggists, wholesale and 
retail, 40 e. Washington. 

Stewart Robert A., book-keeper, C. S. 
Butteifield & Co, bds. House of 
Lords, 78 w. Washington, 

Stewart Mrs., William, (Bowen S. & Co.,) 
18 w. Washington, res. 117 n. Illi- 
nois. 

Stick Floribert, carpenter, res. 281 s. 
New Jersey. 

Stiedl George, res. 216 n. Noble. 

Sticks William, jr., student. Commercial 
College, bds. 326 Virginia av. 

Stiemender Andrew, cistern builder, res. 
128 e. St. Joseph. 

Stien Charles, lab., res. 195 n. Tennessee. 

Stiener John, brakeman, I. & C. R. R., 
bds. Mrs. Whittmore. 

Steinhaur Michael, file cutter, res. 260 s. 
Pennsylvania. 

Stienmetz John, (Stienmetz & Co.,) res. 
329 s. East. 

Stienmetz & Co., (John S. & Charles 
Wortmann,) groceries and produce, 
329 s. East. 

Stierlet Mordustus, carpenter, res. Madi- 
son av., bet. McCarty and Buchanan. 

Stiles Daniel J., (S., Fahnley & McCrea,) 
131 S. Meridian, res. 190 Virginia 
av. 

Stiles, Fahnley & McCrea, (Daniel J. S., 
Frederick F. & Rollin H. McC.,) mil- 
linery, straw and fancy goods, whole- 
sale, 131 s. Meridian. 

Stiles John F., bds. Little Hotel. 



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Stiles Granville, (col.,) white-washer, res. 

137 e. St. Mary. 
Stiles John, baker, 314 n. New Jersey, 

bds. same. 
Stiles John H., general soliciting agt., 

bds. Pyle House, n. Meridian. 
Stiles Mary Miss, dress-maker, Mrs. 

Richmond, bds. 190 Virginia av. 
Stiles Theodore L., student, res. 190 Vir- 
ginia av. 
Stilhorn Fredrick, (S. & Neiman,) res. 

175 Davidson. 
Stilting Charles, lab., res. 86 R. R. 
Stillwell George W., real estate and 

claim broker, bds. Little Hotel. 
Stillwell John D., book-keeper, Munson 

& Johnston, bds. Little Hotel. 
Stillwell W. M., steward. Institute for 

the Blind, res. same. 
Stiltz Charles, clerk, 91 e. Washington, 

bds. 317 n. Liberty. 
Stiltz Fred., salesman, 6 e. Washington, 

res. opp. Camp Morton. 
Stiltz J. George, agricultural implements, 

seeds and farm machinery, 78 e. 

Washington, res. Shelbyville Pike, 

near city limits. 
Stiman William, engineer C. & I. C. R.R., 

res. 135 n. Noble. 
Stimebreaker George, lab., res. 307 w. 

Market. 
Stimson Sallie Miss, pupil, Hess' Acade- 
mic of Music, bds. in Academy. 
Stine Abraham, second hand clothing, 

177 Virginia av., res. same. 
Stine Christian, printer, Braden & Co., 

bds. Madam Stine, 84 e. South. 
Stine Frank, shoe-maker, res. 230 s. 

Pennsylvania. 
Stine Jonas, teamster, bds. Madam Stine, 

84 e. South. 
Stine Mary, (wid.) Henry, 84 e. South. 
Stine Phillip, cigar-maker, 138 s. Illinois, 

res. Neiman House. 
Stinebour Lanehart, watchman, Schmidt's 

Brewery, res. 497 Rosette. 
Stineman John, tailor, res. 139 Virginia 

av. 
Stirk David P., (Allair & S.,) res. Clin- 
ton, bet. New Jersey & East. 
Stirk Thomas, lab., res. 324 e. New York. 
Stock Hermann, lab., 124 s. Delaware, 

res. 150 Union. 
Stockman George W., supt., J. D. Patter- 
son & Co., Pork House, bds. 38 Helen. 
Stoddard H. K., conductor, Street Ry., 

bds. Neiman House. 
Stoelting Fredrick, grocer, 300 n. West, 

res. same. 
Stokely Benjamin, Machinist, Smithers 

& Co., res, 164 Winston. 
Stokes James (col.,) lab., res. 452 s. Ten- 
nessee. 



Stokes Richard M., foreman, Byrktt & 

Sons, res. 126 n, Tennessee. 
Stollberg Augudt, hats and caps, 202 e. 

Washington, res. same. 
STOLTA HENHY, 

(Henry S. & Co.,) res. n. e, cor. Del- 
aware and McCarty. 
STOLTA HENRY «Sc CO., 

(Henry S. & Deitrich Broking,) gro- 
cers and produce dealers, n. e. cor. 

Delaware and McCarty. 
Stolting Christian, lab., res. 265 e. New 

York. 
STOLWORTHY GEORGE W., 

merchant tailor, res. 299 n. New 

Jersey. 
Stone T. S., (Hendricks, Edmonds & Co.,) 

66 s. Meridian, res. Worcester, Mas- 
sachusetts. 
Stone Thomas J., book-binder, Journal 

office, bds. 89 s. Pennsylvania. 
Stone W. 0., salesman, 56 s. Meridian, 

res. 177 n. Tennessee. 
Stoneman & Tuttle, (William H. S. & 

Benjamin F. T.,) wholesale grocers, 

cor. Meridian and Louisiana, opp. 

Union Depot. 
Stoneman William H., (S. & Tuttle,) opp. 

Union Depot, bds. Pyle House, n. 

Meridian. 
Stoon John, res. 230 n. Tennessee. 
Stoops Frank T., Steet Ry. conductor, res. 

39 w. St. Joseph. 
Stopper William, lab., bds. Concordia 

House, 200 s. Meridian. 
Store John, works Schmidt's brewery, 

res. n. e. cor. Delaware and McCarty, 

up-stairs. 
Storer Emil, book-keeper, 40 s. Meridian, 

res. 61 n. East. 
Storms Ezra, conductor. Street Ry., bds. 

Neiman House. 
Story John, machinist, Sinker & Co. 
Stough Charles A., (Miller, Mitchell & S.) 

carriage manfrs., res. 211 w. Mary- 
land. 
Stough Jacob L., painter, cor. Kentucky 

av. and Georgia, bds. 211 w. Mai-y- 

land. 
Stoup Joseph, merchant tailor, res. 190 

n. Noble. 
Stout Benjamin G., book-keeper, 0. B. 

Stout & Bros., 42 w. Washington, res. 

144 n. Mississippi, 
Stout Carhart, coal agt., res. 133 w. South. 
Stout David E., salesman, 60 s. Meridian, 

bds. Pyle House. 
Stout David L., salesman, 0. B. Stout & 

Bro., 42 w. Washington, bds. 144 n. 

Mississippi. 
Stout Eli, machinist, Byrket & Sons, res. 

283 s. West. 
Stout Eli, teamster, res. 382 s. West. 



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Stout Furman, (Furman S. & Sons,) 160 

w. Washington, res. same. 
Stout F. & Son, (Furman & George W.S.) 

groceries and provisions, 160 w. 

Washingion. 
Stout George W., (F. S. & Son,) 160 w. 

Washington, rea. same. 
Stout Ira H., lab., res. 95 Hosbrook. 
Stout Joab H., clerk, Caldwell's feed store, 

bds. 95 Hosbrook. 
Stout John B., printer, 79 w. Washing- 
ton, bds. 133 w. South. 
Stout John R., (0. .B. S. & Bro.,) 42 w. 

Washington, Kds. 246 n. Illinois. 
Stout Matilda H., servant, 56 s. Pennsyl- 
vania. 
Stout Oliver B., (0. B. S. & Bro.,) 42 w. 

Washington, res. 218 e. Market. 
STOUT O. B. & BRO., 

(Oliver B. & John R. S.,) grocers, 

fruit and produce dealers, 42 w. 

Washington. 
Stout Remsen, works rolling mill, res. 

382 s. Illinois. 
Stout Richard C, carpenter, res. 173 e. 

New York. 
Stoutemeyer Mary Miss, music teacher, 

Indiana Normal Academy of Music, 

263 s. Meridian. 
Stowell Myron A., (Willard & S.,) music 

dealers, 4 Bates House, res. 78 w. 

Michigan. 
Slraeley Frederick, cabinet-maker, Cab- 
inet-Makers' Union, bds. 518 Plank 

road. 
Strahn George C, book-keeper, 68 w. 

Washington, res. 132 w. First. 
Strait Charles, cabinet-maker, 141 w. 

Washington, res. 240 n. Mississippi. 
Strange , shoe-maker, Deaf and Dumb 

Asylum, res. 195 Harrison. 
Strange Chapel, (Methodist,) e. Tennes- 
see, bet. New York and Vermont. 
Strange G. L., master of shoe shop, Deaf 

and Dumb Asylum. 
Strange Sherod, (col.,) pea nut stand, 133 

w. Washington, res. same, 
Strangmier Fred., porter, 58 s. Meridian. 
Strangmier Frederick, lab., res. 412 s. 

Delaware. 
Strassner Frederick, cutter, F. Goepper 

& Co., 17 e. Washington, res. 479 n. 

Alabama. 
Strattner Elizabeth, (wid.) George, res. 

235 s. Meridian. 
Stratton Edward H., bill-clerk, 149 s. 

Meridian, res. 19 Cherry. 
Straub Elizabeth, (wid.) Albert, res. 247 

w. Maryland. 
Straub Jacob, brewer, Gagg & Co., bds. 

Union House. 
Straus Isaac S, (Myer &S.,) 4 w. Wash- 
ington, bds. 178 Virginia av. 



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Strauss Leopold, salesinan, 19 w. Wash- 
ington, bds. Circle Restaurant. 

Strauss Samuel, clothier, n. w. cor. Me- 
ridian and Washington, res. 178 Vir- 
ginia av. 

Strauss Sol, (Moritz, Bro. & Co.,) 19 w. 
Washington, bds. Circle Restaurant. 

Strawbridge Hannah, (wid.) Benjamin, 
res. 360 n. Winston. 

Staebel J., lab., res. last house on East. 

Street Erastus S., book-keeper, 82 w. 
Washington, bds. Capital Restaurant. 

Streeter Noble R., salesman, Wilkinson 
& Co. bds. 51 n. Pennsylvania. 

Streight A. D., (A. D. S. & Bro ,) book 
publisher, 3d floor, Yohn's blk., n. 
e. cor. Washington and Meridian, 
res. National rd., two miles e. city. 

Streight A. D. & Bro., (AbelD. & Charles 
F. S.,) lumber merchants, office 3d 
floor, Yohn's blk., n. e. cor. Washing- 
ton and Meridian. 

Streight Charles F., (A. D. S. & Bro.,) n, 
e. cor. Washington and Meridian, 
bds. Little's Hotel. 

Stretcher Elmira F., (wid.) Joseph S., 
res. 421 n. Tennessee. 

Striblen Charles C. A., capitalist, res, 506 
n. Delaware. 

Strickland Joseph, book-binder, W, & J. 
Braden, bds. 185 w. Market. 

Stringer William H., butter scotch manf., 
22 w. North, res. same. 

Stringfellow Horace W,, (Rev.,) rector 
St. Paul's Episcopal Church, res. 333 
n. Illinois. 

Stripp Frank, messenger, W. U. Tele- 
graph ofiBce, bds. 15 Fletcher av. 

Strode Fritz, cabinet-maker, Cabinet- 
Makers' Union, bds. 185 e. Wash- 
ington. 

Strong Asa M., township assessor, bds. 32- 
e. Ohio. 

Strong H. L., principal teaeher, ninth 
ward, bds. 98 e. New York. 

Strong Melville, (S. & Smith,) room 2, 
Vinton's blk., bds. Mrs. Hawkins, n. 
Delaware. 

STRONG & SMITH, 

(Melville S. & Eben S.,) dealers in 
dentists' materials, room 2 Vinton's 
blk., n. Pennsylvania. 



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Strothmann William, saloon-keeper, 174 
8. Illinois, res. same. 

Stroube John A., carpenter, res. 23 
Fletcher av. 

Strouble John, fireman, P. & 1. R. R., bds. 
142 8. East. 

Struble Michael, engineer, P. & I. R. R., 
bds. 142 s. East. 

Struckman Fred., porter, Helwig, Roberts 
& Co., res. 173 Union. 

Stubbins Sarah, (wid.) John, res. 33 
Henry. 

Stuck James W., sawyer, hub factory, 
res. 178 Huron. 

Stuck John, lab., res. 348 Virginia av. 

Stuck Mathias, boiler-maker, Sinker & 
Co. 

Stucker William, dye house, 190 w. 
Washington, res. same. 

Stuckmeyer August, butcher, bds. 358 
Virginia av. 

Stuckmeyer Charles, clerk, 358 Virginia 
av. 

Stuckmeyer John H., grocer and pro- 
duce dealer, 362 Virginia av., res. 
358 Virginia av. 

Study Martha Miss, student. Female 
Seminary, bds. 266 s. Illinois. 

Study Mary Miss, student, Female Semi- 
nary, bds. 226 8. Illinois. 

Stultz Charles, shoe-maker, res. 158 s. 
Meridian. 

Stultz John, farmer, res. 61 Decota. 

Stump George, cigar-maker, res. 176 
Spring. 

Stump George, brick-mason, res. 171 n. 
Noble. 

Stump Kate, servant, 25 Virginia av. 

Stumpf Lizzie, servant, w. side Meridian, 
bet. Second and Third. 

Stumph John B., (Bradshaw & S.,) room 
4, Talbott & New's blk., res. e. Mar- 
ket, cor. Cady. 

Stumph Henry, brewer, res. s. Alabama, 
corporation line. 

Stumph John, contractor, res. 317 n. Al- 
abama. 

Sturm Hermann, General, Mexican ser- 
vice, res. 173 n. Tennessee. 

Styles John, carpenter, res. 53 Maple. 

Suart John, hub-turner, res. 65 e. Mc- 
Carty. 

Suart John B., grocer, 219 Massachusetts 
av., res. same. 

Sudbrink M. Miss, weaver, Merritt & 
Coughlen, res. 70 w. Washington. 

Sudbrink Minnie Mrs., weaver, Merritt 
& Coughlen, bds. Bates House blk. 

Sudith George, driver, Street Ry., res. 
239 e. Louisiana. 

Suddith George, (Haynes & S.,) res. 229 
e. Louisiana. 

Sudtbrock Frank, lab., res. 227 Davidson. 



Suese Godfrey, shoe-maker, res. 320 e. 
Ohio. 

Suess Charles, tailor, 21 a. Meridian, res. 
67 s. Delaware. 

Suess Martin, bartender, 252 e. Wash- 
ington, bds. same. 

Suggs Allen, lab , res. 239 e. Meridian. 

Suggs Elisha, lab., res. 239 s. Meridian. 

Suher Lewis, saw-grinder, res. 23 Wyo- 
ming. 

Suhr Albert, watchman, Terre Haute en- 
gine House, res. 231 s. Meridian. 

Suhr Henry, wiper, Terre Haute engine 
house, res. 170 Union. 

Suhre Frederick, (Voight & S.,) 26^ n 
Pennsylvania, res. same, 

Suitt James B., foreman. Eagle Works, 
bds. 257 s. Meridian. 

Sulgrove Berry, res. 125 w. Souih 

Sulgrove Eli L., harness-maker, James 
Sulgrove & Son, res. 16 w. First. 

Sulgrove George W., salesman, James 
Sulgrove & Son, bds. Oriental House. 

Sulgrove Henry J., harness-maker, James 
Sulgrove & Son, bds. 341 s. Merid- 
ian. 

SULGROVE JAMES & SON, 
(J. S. & James W. S.,) saddlery 
hardware and carriage trimmings, 
20 w. Washington. 

Sulgrove James, (J. S. & Son,) 20 w. 
Washington, res. 341 s. Meridian. 

Sulgrove James W., (James S. & Son,) 
20 w. Washington, res. 137 w. New 
York. 

Sulgrove Jerome B., salesman, James 
. Sulgrove & Son, res. 144 Indiana av. 

Sulgrove John, harness-maker, James 
Sulgrove & Son, bds. 341 e. Merid- 
ian. 

Sulgrove Joseph B , saddler, 20 w. Wash- 
ington, res. Vermont, bet. West and 
Canal. 

Sulgrove Milton, with James Sulgrove & 
Son, 20 w. Washington, res. cor. Illi- 
nois and Ohio. 

Sullivan Arthur, deputy marshal, Union 
depot, res. 214 s. Delaware. 

Sullivan Beverly, works P. G. C. Hunt, 
76^ e. Market. 

Sullivan Charles, engineer, bds. Nagel 
House. 

Sullivan Cornelius, lab., res. Meek, bet. 
Cady and Benton. 

Sullivan Daniel, lab., C. & I. C. freight 
depot. 

SULLIVAN & DBEWj 

(John B. S. & John A. D.,) livery 
and sale stable, 10 e. Pearl. 

Sullivan George T., clerk, Bellefontaine 
R. R. office, res. 244 n. Mississippi. 

Sullivan Honorah, (wid.) John, res. 519 
e. Georgia. 



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Sullivan Jelin, lab., C. & I. C. freight de- 
pot. 

Sullivan John, moulder, Smethers & Co., 
bds. 199 w. Maryland. 

Sullivan John, blacksmith, bds. Knight 
House, s. Meridian. 

Sullivan John, lab., res. 5 Bates. 

Sullivan John, railroader, C. & I. C. R. 
R., res. 15 Lord. 

Sullivan John B., (S. & Drew,) 10 e. 
Pearl, res. 83 e. Pratt. 

Sullivan Mary, servant, 230 n. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Sullivan Patrick, lab., res. 225 s. Dela- 
ware. 

Sullivan Peter, lab., 420 Virginia av. 

Sullivan Samuel, rail-pusher, rolling 
mill, bds. at Mangions. 

Sullivan William, journeymen carpenter, 
res. 427 n. Tennessee. ' 

Sullivan William, justice of the peace, ' 
Center township, Marion co., office, 
s. w. cor. Washington and Pennsyl- 
vania, res. 410 n. Meridian, cor. 
St. Clair. 

Sullivan William H., book-keeper, res. 
74 w. Washington, bds. cor. Ver- 
mont and California. 

Summer August, drayman, res. 85 Union. 

Summers Albert, B., journeyman carpen- 
ter, res. 83 California. 

Summers M., (col.,) lab., res. 144 Douglas. 

Summerlodd Christopher, finsher, Spie- 
gel, Thoms & Co., res. 340 n. Rail- 
road. 

Summons Martin, (col.,) pressman, Chan- 
dler & Co., res. 144 Douglas. 

Sumner William, (William S. k, Co.,) res 
Cincinnati, 0. 

SUMNER WM. & CO., 

( William S., John R. Wright & Alva 
S. Walker,) State agts., Wheeler & 
Wilson's Sewing Machines, office 12 
n. Pennsylvania. 

Sundraker Frank, painter, res. 1S2 s. 
Delaware. 

Sundregger Fidel, lab., res. 185 Madison 
av. 

Surdey Jacob S., grocer. Elm Tree Store, 
res. 182 Virginia av. 

Surder Frederick, cooper, 322 n. Noble, 
res, same. 

Surface John R., minister, res. 40 Christ- 
ian av. 

Surface John W., grocer, 177 s. Merid- 
ian, res. same. 

Surley Jacob, (Baker Si S.,) res. 182 
Virginia av, 

Sutar James, clerk, 28 e. Washington, 
res. 9 Cherry. 

Suthard George W., salesman, 31 w. 
Washington, bds. St. Nicholas Res- 
taurant. 



BOOT AND SHOE STORE, 

GLEXXS' BLOCK, 

25 EAST WASHINGTON ST. 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 



Sutherland James, machinist, res. 58 
Greer. 

Sutherland Jennie, bds. Adaline Co- 
burn's, 273 n. Noble. 

Sutherland Hugh G., book-keeper, res. 48 
Greer. 

Sutherland Levi, wheel-wright, res. 59 
e. McCarty. 

Sutherland Robert S., watch-maker, res. 
48 Greer. 

Sutton Jane Mrs., (wid.) Lewis, res. 89 
Coburn. 

Sutton Joseph M., plasterer, res. 82 Mas- 
sachusetts av. 

Sutton William, brick-maker, bds. 248 s. 
Meridian. 

SUTTER FREDERICK, 

physician and surgeon, 15 Virginia 
av., res. 290 Virginia av. 

Sutter George, gardner, res. Michigan 
rd., near canal. 

Suzingler George, (col.,) lab., res. 75 s. 
Missouri, 

Swails John S., stone cutter, res. 24 
Henry, 

Swain David F., book-keeper, 38 s. Meri- 
dian, res. 67 Madison av. 

Swain George H., clerk, Great Western 
Dispatch, res. 41 n. Illinois. 

SWAIN RUFUS, 

general agt., Charter Oak Life In- 
surance Company, of Hartford Conn., 
room 10 Blackford's blk., s. e. cor. 
Washington and Meridian, res. 41 
Fletcher av. 

Swain Theron, res. 226 n. East. 

Swain Thomas, machinist, bds, Ray 
House. 

Swain George, brewer, Meikel, res. 62. s. 
West. 

SWANK MOSES, 

cancer doctor, 76 n. Pennsylvania, 
up-stairs, res. same. See card, page 
118. 

Swarth Hulday, inmate Home for Friend- 
less Women, Pennsylvania Street, 
bet Second and Third. 

Swarthand James, wagon driver, res. 392 
e. South. 

Swartz Charles, salesman, 37 e. Wash- 
ington, res. same. 

Swartz Henry, tailor, res. 289 e. Ohio. 



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Sway Andy, lab., res. 17 Lord, 

Sweeney Annie Miss, (Jones & S.,) bds. 
145 s. New Jersey. 

Sweeney Eugene, laborer, res. 347 Wins- 
ton. 

Sweeney Sarah, (wid.) Patrick S., washer- 
woman, res. 249 n. West. 

Sweeney Thomas, machinist, bds. Ray 
House. 

SWEENY HUGH, 

saloon, 116 s. Illinois, res. same. 
Sweeny Jeri'y, lab., res. 356 s. West. 

SWEENY JOHN, 

tobacconist, pearl, bet. Meridian and 
Illinois, res. 186 n. Mississippi. 

Sweeny Maggie, waiter. Palmer House, 
bds. same. 

Sweeny Newton, painter, 28^ n. Illinois, 
bds. 63 w. Market. 

Sweetman Christopher, machinist, 181 
Benton. 

Sweetser George M., clerk, p. o., res. 612 
n. Pennsylvania. 

Sweetser James N., lawyer, over 21 e. 
Washington, res. 650 n. Pennsylva- 
nia. 

SWEETSER JOHN & CO., 

wholesale liquor dealers, 168 w. 
Washington, res. 242 n. Meridian. 

Sweinhart Andrew carriage painter, cor- 
Kentucky av. and Georgia, res. cor. 
North and East. 

Sweinhart Charles E., clerk, 21 s. Meri- 
dian, res. 379 n. Alabama. 

SWEINHART WILLIAM, 

merchant tailor, 21 s. Meridian, res. 

379 n. Alabama. 
Swhonenberger, Leonard, driver on Street 

Ry., bds. 487 Virginia av. 
Swift Jeremiah, stone cutter, bds. 38 s. 

Tennessee. 
Swindler Benjamin F., clerk, 44 n. 

Pennsylvania, res. 232 n. Noble. 
Swindler John H., Boarding House, res. 

232 n. Nobie. 
Swing Daniel, journeyman carpenter, 

res. 244 w. Market. 
Swing VVilliam W., salesman, 125 s, Me- 

ridan, bds. 52 s. Pennsylvania. 
Swithenbank James, machinist, Sinker 

& Co. 
Switzer Lovina, Mrs., (wid.) John S., 

bds. 317 w. Washington. 
Sylvester, David, teamster, res. 240 n. 

Mississippi. 
Sym James, machinist, Sinker & Co., res. 

346 s. Alabama. 
Syras Jenny Miss, student. Female Sem- 
inary, bds. 346 s. Alabama. 
Syrup Henry, boot and shoe dealer, 195 

Massachusetts av., res. 191 Massa- 
chusetts av. 



TAFFE FREMONT, conductor. Citi- 
zens' Street Ry., bds. 32 Massachu- 
setts av. 

Taffe George, policeman, third ward, res. 
175 Spring. 

Taffe Hannibal, night policeman, third 
ward, bds. St. Nicholas Restaurant. 

Taggart Daniel, carriage-maker, B. C. 
Shaw, bds. 89 s. Pennsylvania. 

TAGGART SAMUEL, 

millwright and mill furnisher, 132 
s, Pennsylvania, res 118 n. Missis- 
sippi. See card, page 126. 

Talbert George, (col.,) lab., res. 251 e. St. 
Clair. 

Talbot Charles H., (Richard & T.,) 36 s. 
Meridian, bds. Pyle House, n. Meri- 
dian. 

Talbot Richard L., (Alvord, T. & Co.,) 2 
Morrison's blk., res. 136 e. North. 

Talbot Gabriel, cooper, Frank Wright's 
Brewery, res. e. s. Ellen, bet. North 
and Indiana av. 

Talbott Charles, clerk, bds. 115 w. New 
York. 

Talbott John, res. 114 n. Tennessee. 

Talbott William A., turner, bds. 44 s. 
Tennessee. 

TALBOTT W. H., 

prest. Indiana & Illinois R. R. Co., 
26 s. Meridian, res. 94 n. Meridian. 

Taley Murty, lab., res. 210 s. Delaware. 

Taliaferro William R., money bill clerk, 
Adams Express office, 12 e. Wash- 
ington, bds. Pyle House, n. Meridian. 

Tally George, (col.,) waiter, Sherman 
House, res. 67 Hosbrook. 

Tangany Mary, (wid.) Dennis, res. 175 
e. Louisiana. 

Tanner John L., mattress-maker, 78 n. 
Missouri, res. 418 Indiana av. 

Tapking John, Cabinet Makers' Union, 
res. 128 n. New Jersey. 

Tapking Minna, (wid) Frederick, res. 
432 n. Delaware. 

Tarbach Phillip, soloon-keeper, Washing- 
ton Hall, res. 62 w. South. 

Tarbutton John 11., clerk, p. o., bds. Lit- 
tle's Hotel. 

Tarkington John S., (Morton, Martindale 
& T.,) 2 w. Washington, cor. Merid- 
ian, res. 79 e. Ohio. 

Tarkington Robert, brick-layer, res. 140 
e. Louisiana. 

Tarkington Robert, brick-mason, res. 150 
Winston. 

Tarkington William C, (Hibben, T. & 
Co.,) 112 s. Meridian, res. 298 n. 
Tennesse, cor. North, 

TARKINGTON WILLIAM S., 
agt. Empire Line fast freight, office 
96 Virginia av., bds. Bates House. 
See card. 



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Tarkington William W., clerk, p. o., res. 
cor. North and Tennessee. 

TARLTON JAMES A., 

with Haynes & Carter, 40 w. Wash- 
ington, res. 426 n. Pennsylvania. 

TARLTON JOHN, 

grocer, 47 n. Illinois, res. 492 n. 

Tary William ' H., (col.,) lab., res. 156 
Douglas alley. 

Tate Colin C, asst. director Christ's 
Church, bds. 50 w. New York. 

Tate Henry F., plerk, 38 s. New Jersey, 
bds. 410 n. Tennessee. 

Tate James, driver, Adams Express Co., 
12 e. Washington, res. 150 e. Mc- 
Carty. 

Tate Robert, horse-shoer, 60 e. Maryland, 
bds. s. Meridian. 

Tate Warren, door, sash and blind manu- 
facturer, 38 s. New Jersey, bds. Lit- 
tle's Hotel. 

Tattersall Joseph, stone-cutter, res. 194 
e. McCarty. 

Tawceit Alpheus H., foreman Phoenix 
foundry and machine shop, res. 370 
w. Washington. 

Taylor Belle, student Indiana Female 
College, cor. Meridian and New 
York. 

Taylor Charles, (col.,) servant, 26 e. 
Vermont. 

Taylor Charles P., librarian Y. M. L. A., 
room s. w. cor. Washington and 
Meridian, res. 77 Massachusetts av. 

Taylor Clinton, horse-dealer, res. 211 e. 
Ohio. 

TAYLOR DAVID M., 

cashier Indiana National Bank, and 
cashier Indianapolis Branch Bank 
of the State, 2 e. Washington, bds. 
17^ Virginia av. 

Taylor Edwin, student, N. W. C. Univer- 
sity, bds. 251 n. Alabama. 

Taylor Franklin, (Chandler & T.,) w. 
end Washington, res. n. e. cor. Ver- 
mont and California. 

Taylor George, bellman, Sherman House, 
res. 240 s. West. 

Taylor George, (col.,) journeyman car- 
penter, res. w. side n. Missouri, bet. 
Vermont and New York. 

Taylor Georgiana, (col.,) servant, India- 
napolis Female Institute, n. e. cor. 
Pennsylvania and Michigan. 

Taylor Isaac, architect, and building 
supt., room 6 Eden's blk., e. Market, 
res. 124 n. Liberty. 

Taylor Isaac J., (Dunn, T. & Sherwood,) 
cor. Washington and Virginia av., 
res. 564 n. Tennessee. 

Taylor Israel, book-keeper, Harrisons' 
Bank, res. 77 Massachusetts av. 



A BEAUTIFUL 

SE¥/ING MACHINE, 

Brancii Office, 16 North Delaware Street. 
See colored leaf, page vi. 



Taylor James, moulder. Eagle Machine 
Works, res. 188 s. Mississippi. 

Taylor Jane Mrs., (wid.) George, res. 
246 8. West. 

Taylor Jennie M., student, Indiana Fe- 
male College, cor. Meridian and 
New York. 

Taylor J., ditcher, res. 149 Elizabeth. 

Taylor Jesse, capitalist, res. 425 n. 
Pennsylvania. 

Taylor John, (col.,) lab., res. 170 w. 
Georgia. 

TAYLOR JOHN F., 

ornamental plasterers' supplies, 80 
Massachusetts av., res. 61 n. New 
Jersey. 

Taylor Johnson, moulder, bds. 163 w. 
South. 

Taylor Julia A. Miss., matron Deaf and 
Dumb Asylum. 

Taylor Kate, student, Indiana Female 
College, cor. Meridian and New 
York. 

Taylor Lizzie Mrs., (wid.) Richard E., 
res. 360 n. New Jersey. 

Taylor Maria Mrs., (wid.) Edward, res. 
289 s. Delaware. 

Taylor Mary, (wid.) Joseph, res. 45 
Huron. 

Taylor Napoleon B., attorney at law, 
n. w. cor. Washington and Pennsyl- 
vania, res. 251 n. Alabama. 

Taylor Samuel, secy. Indianapolis Agri- 
cultural Works, res, 73 n. Illinois. 

Taylor William A., salesman, 147 s. Me- 
ridian, res. 266 s. New Jersey. 

Taylor William M., recorder of baggage. 
Union Depot, res. 168 n. Illinois. 

Teal Nathan, physician and surgeon, 
office 5 Blake's blk., w. Washington, 
res. 265 s. Mississippi. 

Teckenbrock Christian, blacksmith, Ter- 
re Haute R. R. shop, res. 36 s. Ala- 
bama. 

Teckenbrock Minnie, servant, 275 s. 
Delaware. 

Teckenbrock William, blacksmith, res. 
26 Henry. 

Tedrow Joseph, student, A. E. Puroell, 
res. 831 n, Davidson. 

Teepe Harman, blacksmith, res. 330 Vir- 
ginia av. 



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Teets John, res. 116 Ft. Wayne av. 
Teine Charles, porter, W. I. Haskit & Co, 

res. 7 Charles. 
Telburn william, engineer, L. & 1. R. R,, 

res. s. w. cor. North and Mississippi. 
Telley Isaac, moulder. Root's foundry, 

bds. Ray House. 
Tellkamp John, blacksmith, res. 232 s. 

New Jersey. 
Templer James, carpenter, res. 107 e. St. 

Joseph. 
Templey John, bds. 164 w. Maryland. 
Teneyck Alonzo, moulder, Smithers & 

Co., bds. 250 w. South. 
Teneycke Firman R., boot and Shoe- 
maker, res. 157 w. South. 
Teneycke Jerry, shoe-maker, 358 w. 

Washington, res. 26 n. Missouri. 
Teneycke John, shoe-maker, res. 120 In- 
diana av. 
Tepper Charles, lab., res. 39 Meek. 
Terre Haute and Indianapolis depot, 

Louisiana, bet. Tennessee and Mis- 
sissippi. 
Terrell Lynch M., clerk, Adjutant Gen- 
eral's Office, bds. Mrs. Foust's n. 

Illinois. 
Terrell William H. H,, Adjutant General 

Indiana, office State House, bds. 

Bates House. 
Territer Thomas, contractor, res 3 Bates. 
Terry Gertrude Miss., res. 161 w. South. 
Terry Jane Mrs., (wid.) Hugh, res. 161 

w. South. 
Terry William, student, Bryant & Strat- 

ton's college, bds. 153 w. Maryland. 
Teter Evaline, (col.,) washerwoman, res. 

85 Anne. 
Teter Jeremiah, (col.,) teamster, res. 85 

Anne. 
Teter Richard, (col.,) teamster, res. 85 

Anne. 
Tetter Sunny, (col.,) teamster, res. 85 

Anne. 
Tetter Washington, (col.,) teamster, res. 

85 Anne. 
Tetter Willis, (col.,) teamster, res. 85 Anne. 
Tewell Ezra S., piano tuner, 4 Bates 

House, bds. 69 n. East. 
Tewey John, lab., res. 30 Helen. 
Thalman Christopher, shoe-maker, res. 

321 s. Illinois. 
Thalman Isaac, (Geisendorff & Co.,) res. 

336 w. New York. 
Thalman Isaac, lab., res. 824 e. Ohio. 
Thalman John, speculator, res. 275 s. 

Noble. 
Thatcher James, spoke-turner, res. 10 

Water. 
Thatcher Jasper, plow handle bender, res. 

10 Water. 
Thatcher Rebecca A., (wid.) Amos, 180 

Meek. 



Thatcher William Q., plow handle grind- 
er, Osgood, Smith & Co., bds. 64 s. 
Water. 

Thayer Daniel, (T. & Son,) res. 309 e. 
Market. 

Thayer George, (T. & Son,) bds, 309 e. 
Market. 

Thayer Isaac, architect, res. 22 Chatham. 

Thayer John, marble cutter, res. 326 s. 
Delaware. 

Thayer Selden, salesman, L. D. Golds- 
berry & Bro., 32 w. Washington, res. 
e. s. New Jersey, bet. Ohio and Mar- 
ket. 

Thayer &Son, (Daniel & George T.,) gro- 
cers, 290 e. Washington. 

Theodore Thomas, brick-mason, res. 285 
n. East, 

Theick John H., machinist, res. 70 Elm. 

Thenia Charles, lab,, res, 7 Charles. 

Theobald Frederick, china, glass and 
crockery ware, 115 e, Washington, 
bds. 113 e. Washington. 

Theyer Alexander, editor Daily Evening 
Telegraph, res. 55^ e. Washington. 

Theyer Josephine, servant, 127 Huron. 

Thistlethwaite J, P., (Roach & T,,) Jour- 
nal bldg., res. 24 w. New York. 

Thomas Charles, ( C. T. & Bros.,) res. 115 
n. Noble. 

THOMAS CHAELES & BROS., 
(C. J., C. & A. T.,) grocers, 250 e. 
Ohio. 

Thomas E. Draper, porter, 149 s. Meri- 
dian, res. alley, bet. Illinois and Ten- 
nessee and Georgia and Maryland. 

Thomas George, policeman, (night,) ninth 
ward, res. 115 n. Noble. 

Thomas George, lab,, res, 115 n. Noble. 

Thomas Henry P., merchants' police, bds. 
34 n. Pennsylvania. 

Thomas James E., book-keeper, Western 
Union Telegraph, office lis. Meri- 
dian, res. e. Georgia, 2d house e. of 
Liberty. 

Thomas Jenny Miss, milliner, bds. 163 s. 
Tennessee. 

Thomas John, manager, rolling mill, res. 
319 s. Meridian. 

Thomas John, lemon dealer, res. 230 s. 
Pennsylvania. 

Thomas John C, (C. J. T. & Bros.,) res. 
115 n. Noble. 

Thomas John P., lab., res. Pearl, bet. 
West and Canal. 

Thomas Lewis A,, salesman, 94 n. Illinois, 
res. 176 Virginia av. 

Thomas Lewis L., carpenter, res. 176 Vir- 
ginia av. 

Thomas Maggie Miss, bds. 36 s. New 
Jersey. 

Thomas M. J. Mrs., millinery, 6 w. Wash- 
ington, res. n. Tennessee, cor. Third. 



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Thomas, Machett & Co., (William T. T., 
Robert M. M. & William T.,) carpen- 
ters and builders, 38 Kentucky av. 

Thomas Philip, teamster, res. National 
rd., near White river bridge. 

Thomas Rebecca W., (wid.) David, res. 
354 8. Delaware. 

Thomas Richard, carpenter, works rolling 
mill, res. 319 s. Meridian. 

Thomas Richard, grocer, bds. 347 s. Ala- 
bama. 

Thomas Rudolph, engineer, I. & C. R. 
R., res. 70 Huron. 

Thomas Salathiel,' (col.,) cook, 141 w. 
Washington, bds. same. 

Thomas Steven, res. n. s. National rd., 
w. White river bridge. 

Thomas Theodore, brick mason, bds. Lit- 
tle's Hotel. 

Thomas William, (T., Machett & Co.,) 38 
Kentucky av., res. 277 n. East. 

Thomas William A., (C. T, & Bros.,) res. 
115 n. Noble. 

Thomas William H,, grocer, 24 s. Meri- 
dian, res. 119 w. South. 

Thomas William H., carpenter, res. 195 
w. Maryland. 

Thomas William U., car-repairer, res. 250 
Madison av. 

Thomas William P., carpenter, 38 Ken- 
tucky av., bds. 142 n. Mississippi. 

Thomas Zachariah, carpenter, res. 60 Vir- 
ginia av. 

Thompson Daniel J., res. 71 s. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Thompson David, bar tender, 26 w. Lou- 
isiana, bds. Washington House. 

Thompson Eli, (Emerson, Beam & Co.,) 
res. 229 n. West. 

Thompson Elias, student, commercial col- 
lege, bds. 219 Virginia av. 

THOMPSON EDWARD P., 

asst. postmaster, p. o., res. n. Illinois, 
above Pratt. 

Thompson G, B., printer, book and job 
room, Journal, res, 224 e. Michigan. 

Thompson George, lab., 272 s. Missouri. 

Thompson George, (Vincent & T.) res. 
190 n. Davidson. 

Thompson George, lab., res. 302 s. West. 

Thompson George, patcher, rolling mill, 
res. 272 s. Missouri. 

Thompson James, moulder, res. 310 e. 
Georgia. 

THOMPSON J. FRED., 

(C. S. Butterfield & Co.,) 85 e. Mar- 
ket, res. room 12 Eden's blk. See 
card, opp. Brewers. 

Thompson John C, lab., res. 226 s. East. 

Thompson John W., painter, res. 69 Ma- 
ple. 

Thompson Joseph, lab., bds. 23 Kentucky 



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Cincinnati, Ohio. 

See Statement, page 158. 



Thompson Joseph, moulder, res. 54 Greer. 

Thompson Mary, (wid.) Archibald, res. 
138 s. Delaware. 

Thompson Mary E. Mrs., plain sewing, 
90 s. Meridian, res. same. 

Thompson Robert J., vice prest. Sinnis- 
sippi Insurance Co., room 15 Eden's 
blk., bds. 125 e. Vermont. 

Thompson Susan, Home for Friendless 
Women, Pennsylvania, bet. Second 
and Third. 

Thompson William, bds. 71 a. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Thompson William, jr., stone-cutter, cor. 
Mississippi and Louisiana, res. 223 
Buchanan. 

Thompson W. Clinton, (T. & Woodburn,) 
90 n. Illinois, res. 86 n. Illinois. 

THOMPSON & WOODBURN, 
(W. Clinton T. & James H. W.,) phy- 
sicians and surgeons, 90 n. Illinois. 

Thompson William R., farmer, res. 219 
Virginia av. 

Thorns Frederick, (Spiegel, T. & Co.,) 71 
and 73 w. Washington, res. 67 n. 
East. 

Thomson Annie Mrs., news and periodi- 
cal depot, 13 n. Pennsylvania, res. 
133 n. Alabama. 

Thomson Broder E., (L. Sudorff & Co.,) 42 
8. Meridian, res. same. 

Thomson Quinton, bakery, 12 s. Merid- 
ian, res. same. 

THOMSON WM., 

physician and surgeon, and special- 
ist in the treatment of chronic and 
venerial diseases, 29 s. Delaware, 
res. same. See card. 

Thorn Thomas, brick-maker, bds. Ray 
House. 

Thorn William, lab., Bellefontaine car 
shop, res. Jackson, bet. Cherry and 
Christian av. 

Thorn William F., (col.,) cook, Ray 
House, bds. same. 

Thorne John, butcher, res. 183 Harrison. 

Thornburry John, lab., res. 219 w. Mer- 
rill. 

Thornburry Joseph, clerk, 47 s. Illinois, 
bds. 30 Indiana av. 

Thornbron Allen, policeman, res. 196 n. 
Mississippi. 



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Thornbrough John, clerk, Connety's no- 
tion store, res. 90 Maple. 

Thorney George, cabinet-maker, res. 16 
Chadwick. 

Tliornley Jasper, machinist, 28 e. Louis- 
iana, res. 86 Forest av. 

THORI^LEY ORION. 

machine shop, 28 e, Louisiana, res. 
86 Forest av. 

Thornley James, machinist, res. 86 For- 
est av. 

Thornton Catharine, servant, 36 n. Dela- 
ware. 

Thorpe Thomas, clerk, p. o., res. 421 n. 
Delaware. 

Thum Charles, lithographer, W. & J. 
Braden, res. 92 Oak. 

Thumlert William, shoe-maker, 75 e. 
Washington, res. 212 e. Washington. 

Thurston Christopher, (col.,) hostler, Na- 
tional Livery Stables. 

Thurston William B., (Maxwell, Fry & 
T.,) 31 8. Meridian, res. 79 w. North. 

Thurston W. B.,jr., clerk, E. B. Tidd & 
Bro., s. e. cor. Washington and Me- 
ridian, res. s. side w. North, bet. Illi- 
nois and Tennessee. 

Tibbi C, lab., C. & L C. freight depot. 

Tibbits Jonathan S., patent right dealer, 
res. 86 Bates. 

TIDD E. B. & BRO., 

(E.B. & Henry A. T.,) agt., Cincin- 
nati Home Insurance Co., for Indi- 
anapolis and vicinity, office, s. e. 
cor. Washington and Meridian, up- 
stairs. See card, page 34. 

TIDD E. B., 

(E. B. T. & Bro.,) s. e. cor. Washing- 
ton and Meridian, up-stairs. 

TIDD HENRY A., 

(E. B T. & Bro.,) general agt., Cin- 
cinnati Home Insurance Co,, for In- 
ana and Michigan, office s. e. cor. 
Washington and Meridian, up-stairs. 
See card, page 31. 

Tiena Christian, shoe-maker, 6 s. Dela- 
ware, res. 60 s. Delaware. 

Tierney Martin, blacksmith, res. 278 e. 
Louisiana. 

TILPORD J. M., 

office, old Journal bldg., res. 272 n. 
Meridian. 

Tilly Harmann, grocer, 108 s. Meridian, 
res. same. 

Tilly Joseph, druggist, res. 137 Union. 

Tilly Theodore, moulder, res. 61 Eussel. 

Tilt T. C, salesman, New York Store, res. 
204 w. Vermont. 

Timberlake Arthur, clerk, Connecticut 
Mutual Life Insurance Co., bds. 
Pyle House, n. Meridian. 

Timmons Patrick, drive, ale wagon, 30 
s. Meridian, res. 65 s. California. 



Timonds Gustavis B., treas. White River 

Iron Co., bds. Bates House. 
TINCHER & NORTHROP, 

(Sampson T. & William W. N.,) gen- 
eral agts," Security Life Insurance 
Co., Blake's row, 53 w. Washington. 

Tincher Sampson, (T. & Northrop,) 2 
Blake's bldg. 

Tiner Anna, washerwoman, res. 299 e. 
New York. 

Tiner Frederick, lab., res. e. side n. Ten- 
nessee, bet. Sixth and Seventh. 

Tiner Christian^ lab., res. 553 e. St, Clair. 

Tipp Romeo E., clerk. Railroad House. 

Titcomb Daniel, agt., Rolling Mill Coal 
Co., res. 195 s. Alabama. 

Titus Lizzie Mrs., dress-maker, 42 s. Illi- 
nois, res. same. 

Tizer John, tailor, res. 61 Coburn. 

Toben Thomas, boiler-maker, Eagle Ma- 
chine Works, res. 1 Anne. 

Tobin Thomas X., lab., res. 121 s. West. 

Tobin William, messenger, 30 n. Penn- 
sylvania, res. 424 s. West. 

Tocks Philip, cooper, res. 302 w. Mary- 
land. 

TODD, CARMICHAEL & WIL- 
LIAMS, (Charles N. T., Jesse D. C. 
& Daniel G. W.,) book-sellers and 
stationers, 33 e. Washington, Glenns' 
blk. 

Todd Charles N., (T., Carmichael & Wil- 
liams,) 33 e. Washington, res. 228 n. 
Tesnnesee. 

Todd David, lab., res. 373 e. New York. 

Todd Henry H., bottler, Frank Wright's 
Brewery, res. s. end Minerva, 

Todd Mary A., student, Indiana Female 
College, cor. Meridian and New 
York. 

Todd Marshall, clerk, W. L Haskit & 
Co.'s drug store, bds. 153 w. Mary- 
land. 

TODD ROBERT N., 

physician, office 31 Virginia av., res. 
287 n. Delaware. See card, page 86. 

Todd William B., salesman, Isaac Davis 
& Co., rooms 31 Virginia av. 

TOMLINSON & COX, 

(James M. T. & William C. C.,) 
drugs and medicines, 18 e. Washing- 
ton. 

Tomlinson James M., (T. & Cox,) 18 e. 
Washington, res. n. w. cor. Meridian 
and St. Clair. 

Tompson Henry, (col.,) lab., res. 179 In- 
diana av. 

Tompson John, (col.,) lab., res. 43 
Charles. 

Tookey James, book-keeper, McKernan 
& Pierce, room 70 e. Maryland. 

Tookey Thomas, salesman, 31. w. Wash- 
ington, bds. St. Nicholas Restaurant. 



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Tool Martin, lab., res. 281 s. Alabama, 
Tool John H., turner, Osgood, Smith & 

Co., res. s. w. cor. South and New 

Jersey. 
Tooldermark Rudolph, chair-maker, 9 

Buchanan. 
Torby Thomas, contractor, bds. Nieman 

House. 
Torpay Thomas, brick-mason, bds. ^^ay 

House. 

TOUSEY GEORGE, 

prest. Indiana National Bank, res. 
415 n. Meridian, 

Tousey Mary, servant, Little's Hotel, bds. 
same. 

Tousey Oliver, prest. Branch Bank of the 
State, res. 182 n. Meridian. 

Tousey Omer, salesman, 108 s. Meridian, 
res. n, Illinois, near cor. Tinker, 

Tousey Wood, (Lesh, T. & Co.,) 43 s. Del- 
aware, res. 245 n. New Jersey. 

Tousley Joseph H., switchman, s. Penn- 
sylvania, bds. 76 s, Pennsylvania, 

Tout Henry F., brick-mason, res, 26 Fay- 
ette, 

Tout Isaac W., brick-mason, res. 555 n. 
Illinois. 

Tout Volney K., painter, works Indiana- 
polis Wagon and Agricultural Works, 
res. 169 Eddy, 

Tout Wilkison, brick-mason, res, 625 n. 
Meridian, 

Townley George W,, book-keeper, 99 s. 
Delaware, bds. Forest Home av., cor. 
Jackson. 

Townsend William, physician, res. 142 s. 
East, 

Tracey Thomas, shoe-maker, 41 e, Wash- 
ington, res, near Washington, bet. 
Alabama and New Jersey. 

Traize Frank, carpenter, res. 353 e. Mc- 
Carty. 

Trask George, deliveryman, American 
Express Co., res. n. s. e, Pratt, bet. 
Meridian and Pennsylvania. 

Trask John F., merchants' police, res. 25 
Greer. 

Traub Charles, painter, shop 490 n. Ala- 
bama, res. n. Jackson, near Forest 
av. 

Traub Hannah, servant, 65 Circle, 

Traub Israel, painter, res. 490 n. Alabama. 

TRAUB ISRAEL, 

groceries, vegetables and country 
produce, 600 n. Alabama, cor, St, Jo- 
seph, res. 490 n. Alabama. 

Traub Jacob, painter, res. 490 n. Ala- 
, bama, 

Traub Jacob, gardener, n. s. National rd., 
w. White river bridge. ' 

TRAUTNER GEORGE P., 

machinist, res. 385 s. Delaware. 



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Traver George M., (L. H. Tyler & Co.,) 
Bee Hive, 2 w. Washington, res. 56 
s. Pennsylvania. 

Travies Albert, machinist, res. Douglas, 
s. of New York, 

Traylor John D,, stableman. Citizens' 
Street Ry. Co., bds. Globe House. 

Trayser Frederick L., piano maker, res. 
572 w. North. 

Trayser George, (T., Robinson & Co.,) 159 
and 161 e. Washington, res. 163 e. 
Washington. 

Trayser Paul, piano maker, res. 392 s. 
Tennessee. 

TRAYSER, ROBINSON & CO., 
(George T., W. J. H. R,, J. M, W. 
Langsdale, C. L. Irving & A. B. Ir- 
ving,) pianoforte manufactory, 159 
and 161 e. Washington. 

TREASURER OP STATE, 

office 28 Kentucky av., Nathan Kim- 
ball, treas. 

Treat Atwater J., (T. & Claflin,) 30 n. 
Pennsylvania, res. 320 n. Illinois, 

TREAT & CLAFLIN, 

(Atwater J, T, & Charles C. C.,) mer- 
chant tailors and drapers, 30 n, 
Pennsylvania. 

Treble Henry, turner, works 23 e. South, 
res. 262 s. Delaware, 

Treitchke William, salesman, 29 w. Wash- 
hington, res. 115 s. Illinois. 

Treoa Peter, painter, res, 256 s. Tennes- 
see, 

Tresselman Fredereck, wood-sawyer, res. 
602 Rosette. 

Trikout William, works C. & I. C. R. R. 
shop, res. 113 s. Noble, 

Trimble Jennie, servant, 95 n. Meridian. 

Trindle Samuel, conductor, T. H, & I, R. 
R., res. 419 w. New York. 

Trotch Emile, file cutter, res. 258 s. Penn- 
sylvania. 

Trott John, confectioner, 40 w, Washing- 
ton, bds, 22 w. North. 

Trotter J., millwright, bds. Nagle House. 

Trotter John, lab., res, 65 n. East, 

Trotter Robert S,, cattle broker, res. 236 
n. Illinois, 

Troust Nicholas, lab,, res, 395 s. West. 

Trout Benjamin F,, grocer, 351 e. Market, 
res. 180 n. Noble. 



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Trout Simson, res. 180 n. Noble. 

Trueblood Harriet, (wid.) John, bds. 40 
Huron. 

Trueblood James, res. 347 n. Delaware. 

Trueblood Lindley, salesman, 10 e. Wash- 
ington, res. 347 n. Delaware. 

Trueman Alexander, butcher, res. n. w. 
cor. Tennessee and Wilkison. 

Truex Henry, hack driver, bds. 132 Ma- 
ple. 

Trucksess John, blacksmith, 70 Kentucky 
av., res. 76 Kentucky av. 

Trump Jacob, bricklayer, res. 145 Bright. 

TRUSLER NELSON, 

secy, of State, ofiBce 26 Kentucky av., 
res. 113 Indiana av. 

Trusler Thomas J., deputy secy, of State, 
26 Kentucky av., res. Western av., 
out city limits. 

Trussel William, blacksmith, res. 155 
Cady. 

Try Sarah, (wid.) Robert, washerwoman, 
res. 311 w. Market. 

Tschudy Fred, bar-tender, 156 e. Wash- 
ington, bds. same. 

Tubough John, bar-keeper, 299 e. Wash- 
ington, bds same. 

Tucker Margaret, ladies' boarding house, 
aes. 6 Pearl alley. 

TUCKER WILLIAM S., 

(Katzenstein, Wachtell & Co.,) 3 
Bates House, res. 192 w. Ohio. 

TuU John H., painter, res. 31 Louisa. 

Tully Eliza Mrs., boarding house, 83 n. 
Pennsylvania. 

TURBYVILLE ROBERT, 

res. National rd., near White river 
bridge. 

Turk John, lab., res. 18 Buchanan. 

Turner Augustus, (col.,) barber, 55 In- 
diana av., res. cor. Tennessee and 
Georgia. 

Turner Andrew H., loan office, 8 w. Wash- 
ington, res. 405 n. New Jersey. 

Turner Chauncey L., clerk, Adjutant 
General's office, bds. at 97 n. Dela- 
ware. 

Turner David H., clerk, military agency, 
rear of State House, bds. 110 In- 
diana av. 

Turner Frank, (col.,) cook, Rockwell's 
Dining Rooms, Louisiana, opp. Union 
Depot, bds. same. 

Turner James H., clerk, military claim 
agency, rear of State House, bds. 254 
n. Tennessee. 

Turner John, stone mason, bds. 91 s. 
West. 

Turner John, yardman, Bates House, bds. 
same. 

Turner John, clerk, res. 24 Elm. 

Turner Nathan, (col.,) cook. Bates House, 
res. 87 Anne. 



Tutewiler Charles W., (T. Bros.,) 74 e. 
Washington, res. 85 Massachusetts 
av. 

TUTEWILER BROS., 

(John W., Henry W. & Charles W. 
T.,) stoves, tinware and house furn- 
ishing goods, 74 e. Washington, 
Tousey & Byram's old stand. See 
card, page 214. 

Tutewiler Henry, plasterer, res. 85 Mas- 
sachusetts av. 

Tutewiler Henry W.., (Tutewiler Bros.,) 
74 e. Washington, res. 166 n. Ala- 
bama. 

Tutewiler John W., (T. Bros.,) 74 e. 
Washington, res. 85 Massachusetts 
av. 

Tuttle Benjamin F.. (T. & Co.,) 44 n. 
Pennsylvania, res. 496 n. Meridian. 

Tuttle & Co., (Benjamin F. T. & John 
Macy,) groceries and provisions, 44 
n. Pennsylvania. 

Tuttle Geolard P., salesman, Tuttle & Co, 
44 n. Pennsylvania, res. 326 n. Me- 
ridian. 

Tuttle Orien, driver, hose reel, Engine 
No. 1, res, 261 w. Washington. 

Tuquin Martin, res. 304 New York. 

Twihan Rachel, servant, 189 e. Ohio. 

Twilleger William, flagman, Central R. 
R., res, 378 e. Georgia. 

Tyer George W., conductor, L & C. R. R., 
res. 139 s. East. 

Tyer Madison, fireman, C. & I. C. R. R., 
bds. 139 3. East. 

Tyler Anna Miss., teacher, fourth ward 
school, bds. 280 n. Mississippi. 

Tyler B. F. student, commercial college, 
bds. cor. New Jersey and North. 

Tyler Carrie Miss., res. 493 n. East. 

Tyler Charles D., (L. H. T. & Co.,) Bee 
Hive, 2 w. Washington, bds. Pyle 
House. 

Tyler J. L., student, commercial college, 
bds. cor. New Jersey and North. 

Tyler James D., restaurant, 17 n. Illi- 
nois, res. same. 

TYLER L. H. & CO., 

(Lewis H. T., George M. Traver & 
Charles D. T.,) Tyler's Bee Hive, 
wholesale and retail dry goods, 2 w. 
Washington. 

Tyler Winfield, clerk, White Line Tran- 
sit Co., res. cor. Mississippi and 
Market. 

Tyre Charles, machinist, res. 139 s. East. 



UHL PETER, clerk, 11 e. Washing- 
ton, res. 139 Ft. Wayne av. 
Ulrahart Hart, lab., bds. 492 s. East. 
Umphrey John W., cooper, res. 294 Indi- 



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Underbill A. E. Mrs., (wid.) Frank, res. 
355 n, Alabama. 

Underwood Hiram, (col.,) barber, 10 s. 
Delaware, res. Tennessee, bet. Mich- 
igan and Vermont. 

UNION DEPOT, 

Louisiana, bet. Meridian and Illi- 
nois, Charles B. Robinson, supt. 

UNION DEPOT 

Dining Hall, west end Union Depot, 
John W. Henrie, supt., res. same. 

UNION DEPOT 

Ticket Office, in Union Depot, Loui- 
siana, bet. Ifleridian and Illinois, 
W. N. Jackson, General Ticket agt. 

Union Fire Co., No. 3, bet. Delaware and 
Alabama, on South. 

UNION INSURANCE CO., 

of Indianapolis, n. w. cor. Washing 
ton and Meridian, E. B. Martindale, 
prest., George W. Dunn, secy. 

Union Mission Chapel, e. side Bright, 
bet. Vermont and Michigan. 

United Brethren Church, s. e. cor. Ohio 
and New Jersey, pastor Rev, 
Amos Hanaway, res. 24 Chatham. 

United Presbyterian Church, Rev. Gil- 
bert Small, pastor, n. side Ohio, bet. 
Pennsylvania aud Delaware. 

UNITED STATES ARSENAL, 
n. of e. Washington, beyond city 
limits, Col. W. H. Harris, Colonel 
Commanding. 

United States District Attorney's office, 
15 p. 0. bldg. 

UNITED STATES EXPRESS 
Co., 34 e. Washington, J. Butterfield, 
agt. See card, page 138. 

United States Marshal's office, room 6 p. 
o. bldg. 

United States Register's office, room 8 
p. 0. bldg. 

UNIVERSITY SQUARE, 

bet. New York and Vermont and 
Meridian and Pennsylvania. 

Unversaw Andrew, res. 125 e. Merrill. 

Unversaw John, City Marsh-U, res. 345 
s. Alabama. 

Updike John, plasterer, res. 154 s. Noble. 

Upfold George, Bishop Diocese of Indi- 
ana, res. 51 n. Tennessee. 

Uphaus H., res. 266 s. Delaware. 

Uplinger Mary, servant, JeflFerson House. 

Urban John, propr. Favorite Saloon, Vir- 
ginia av., res. same. 

Ursey W. B., carpenter, ras. 31 s. West. 

CJ. S. CIRCUIT AND DISTRICT 
COURT ROOMS, p. o. bldg., third 
floor, 8. e. cor. Market and Pennsyl- 
vania, Hon. David McDonald, judge, 
John B. Howland, clerk, W. W. 
Humphreys, deputy clerk. 

Utter George, painter, bds. Union House. 



MACHINE WORKS, 

SINKEB & CO., Frop'rs. 
125 SOUTH PENNSYLVANIA ST. 

INDIANAPOLIS. 



Y ACKER JOHN, lab., res. 270 s. Ala- 
bama. 

Vahle Henry, teamster, res. 329 n. Noble. 

Vajen J. H., (J. H. V. & Co.,) 21 w. 
Washington, res. 128 n. Meridian. 

VAJEN J. H. & CO., 

(J. H. v., J. S. Hildebrand & J. L. 
Fugate,) wholesale hardware mer- 
chants, 21 w. Washington. See card. 

Valentine Anna, servant, T. B. Harvey, 
302 n. Delaware. 

VALENTINE WILLIAM H., 
hoop skirts and corsets, 34 w. Wash- 
ington, res. 340 n. Meridian. See 
card. 

V^nable Eliza J., (wid.) Jenih, res. 3 
Lockwood. 

Vanantwerp George W., blacksmith, 287 
e. Washington, res. 175 n. East. 

Van aver Louisa, res. 232 s. Alabama. 

Vanbenthuysen Henry J., clerk, 21 Mas- 
sachusetts av., res. same. 

VANBENTHUYSEN JAS. H., 
wholesale fish dealer, 94 e Wash- 
ington, res, 145 Virginia av. 

Vanbergen William, journeyman carpen- 
ter, res. 75 w. Washington. 

Vanblaricum Benjamin, lab., res. s. side 
Nalional rd., w. White river bridge. 

Vanblaricum Jesse, wagon-maker, 231 
w. Washington, res. 233 w. Wash- 
ington. 

Vanblaricum Michael, lab., s. side Na- 
tional rd., w. White river bridge. 

Vanblaricum William, fireman, Belle- 
fontaine R. R., res. 97 w. South. 

Van Buren F. A., l3ook-keeper, Grover & 
Baker S. M. Co., 21 e. Washington, 
bds. 89 n. Delaware. 

Van Buskirk Bryan J., bds. 776 n. Ten- 
nessee. 

Van Camp G. C, (V., Jackson & Co.,) 
223 w. Ohio, res. 222 w. Ohio. 

VAN CAMP, JACKSON & CO., 
(G. C. v., T. B. J. & M. Williams,) 
grocers, 223 w. Ohio. 

Vance Arthur St. CIair,j(Springer & V.,) 
Wiley's blk., n. Pennsylvania, res. 
383 Massachusetts av. 

Vance Samuel C, (Indiana Banking 
Co.,) 28 e. Washington, res. 115 
Meek. 



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Vauce Harvey B., bds. e. Washington, 
cor. Cady. 

Vance Laddie, bds. e. Washington, cor. 
Cady. 

Vance L. M, Mrs., res. e. Washington, 
cor. Cady. 

Vance N. Noble, student. Dr. Parvin, 
bds. 383 Massachusetts av. 

Vance Thomas, cabinet-maker, SpiegeL 
Thorns & Co., 387 e. Vermont. 

Vance Thomas, engineer, res. 103 Forest 
av. 

Vandegrift Benjamin, printer. Journal 
Co., res. n. e. cor. Mississippi and 
First. 

Vandegrift Harry, res. 48 Kentucky av. 

Vandegrift Milred, printer. Journal of- 
fice, res. n. e. cor. Mississippi and 
First. 

Vandegrift W. H., operator, W. U. Tele- 
graph office, bds. 43 Kentucy av. 

Vanderman John VI., plaeterer, res. 42 
Massachusetts av, 

Vandeman John W., plasterer, res. 73 s. 
Noble. 

Vanhourn Samuel A., lab, res. 150 e. 
McCarty. 

Vanhouten C. W., res. 217 Massachusetts 
av. 

Vanhouten Isaac H., bds. 217 Massachu- 
setts av. 

Van Kenren Edward, journeyman car- 
penter, res. 374 n. West. 

Van Laningham Lemuel, secy. Indiana- 
polis Gas Light and Coke Co., office 
26^ w. Washington, res. 77 w. North. 

Vannoy Warden, plasterer, res. rear 158 
e. Michigan. 

Vanoleck Henry, baker, res. 223 w. 
Washington. 

Van Ortinck Frank, conductor, Citizen's 
Street Ry., bds. Neiman House. 

Van Pelt Louis, auctioneer, 13 w. Wash- 
ington, bds. IG s. Mississippi. 

Vanscyoc Lorenzo, county commissioner. 
Auditor's office, res. Broad Ripple, 
Perry township. 

Van Siclen, Alexander, book-keeper, 
Hume, Adams & Co., 26 and 28 w. 
Washington, bds. beyond city limits. 

Vanstan John, shoe-maker, res, 39 Meek. 

Vanoleet Drusell, (wid ) Jerome, res. 25 
Maple. 

Van Tuyl Abram, fcaeraan, C. & I. R, R. 
shop, res. 238 e. Georgia. 

Vater James, jr., bricklayer, res. 339 n. 
Tennessee. 

Vaughan Dennis, lab., res. 75 Wc Louis- 
iana. 

Vaughan Jacob, carpenter, res. 548 n. 
Mississippi. 

Vaughan John, engineer, I. M. & C. R. 
h.y bds. Ray House. 



Vawter John A , res. 275 s. -Meridian. 

Veach Samuel P., conductor. Street Ry., 
res. 120 Massachusetts av. 

Veamark William, clerk, Gerhart's drug 
store, bds. Concordia House, 

Vehling Frederick, shoe-maker, 235 e. 
Washington, res. 153 Harrison. 

Vehling Frederick, grocer, 191 e. South, 
res. 195 e. South. 

Veith Christian J., book-keeper, 42 s. 
Meridian, res. Duncan, bet. Dela- 
ware and Alabama. 

Venable Harry, (col.,) lab., res. 116 iVsh. 

Verity Stephen, musician, res. 42 Huron. 

Vernickel Joseph, bakery, 209 e. Wash- 
ington, res. same. 

Vert Hattie, servant, 147 w. Maryland. 

Vert William, lab., res. 76 s. East. 

Vest Zachariah, lab., J. S. Carey & Co., 
res. 240 w. Market. 

Vestal John N., printer, Journal Co., res. 
140 Blackford. 

Vestal John, jr.. Grand Deacon, Grand 
Lodge, res. Orleans, Ind. 

Vetter George, chair manf., 211 s. Penn- 
sylvania, res. same. 

Vickers William B., res. 87 Benton. 

Victor Kate, washerwoman, res. 1G6 n. 
Mississippi. 

Vielhaber Daniel, boots and shoes, 204 e. 
Washington, res. same. 

Vielhaber Gustavo, shoe-maker, 204 e. 
Washington, bds. s. New Jersey. 

Vincent Catharine, (wid.) Samuel, res. 
103 8. New Jersey, 

Vincent Kate Miss, dress-maker, 176 e, 
. South. 

Vincent Samuel, railroad man, res. 176 
e. South. 

Vincent William A., railroad man, res. 
176 e. South. 

Viniards William, brakesman, res. 321 
s. Missouri. 

Vinnedge George W., (Hill & V.,) bds. 
144 e. New York. 

Vinnedge John A., grocer, 22 s. Merid- 
ian, res, 704 n. Illinois. 

Vinnedge Joseph D., (V. & Jones,) res. 
144 e. New York. 

VINNEDGE & JONES, 

(Joseph D. V, & Aquilla J., jr.,) job- 
bers in boots and shoes, 66 s. Merid- 
ian. 

Vinton A. E., (Kiefer & V,,) 26 s. Me- 
ridian, res. n. Meridian, out of city. 

Virgil Henry, works American Exprees 
Co., res. 164 n. Alabama. 

Virt William P., freight agt., T. & I. R. 
R., res. 40 s. East. 

Vistee William, butcher, 298 Blake, res. 
310 Blake. 

Vixler David, butcher, res. 424 s. Illi- 
nois. 



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239 



Voegle Henry, salesman, Otto Ludwig, 
bds. Ill e. Washington. 

Voegtle Jacob, res. 473 n. Delaware. 

Vogel John, stone-cutter, res. 17 Meek. 

Voght Joseph P., bar-tender, First Na- 
tional Saloon, bds. same. 

Vogle Frederick, lab., res. 260 Winston. 

Vogle Henry, lab., res. 523 e. Market. 

Vogt B., Professor, leader of orchestra. 
Metropolitan Theater, res. 246 e. 
Ohio. 

Voight David, saddler, res. 235 s. Merid- 
ian. 

Voigt Frederick, e'xpressman. res. Ill n. 
Noble. 

Voight Frederick, (V. & Suhre, ) 26J n. 
Pennsylvania. 

Voigt Henry, (W. J.Holliday & Co.,) 59 
s. Meridian, res. w. Michigan, bet. 
West and Missouri. 

Vogt Clara, servant, 283 e. Market. 

Vogt Frederick, ( H. H. Langenberg & 
Co.,) 244 and 246 w. Washington, 
res. same. 

Voigt Louis, trader, res. 398 n. Dela- 
ware. 

Voight & Suhre, (Frederick V. & Freder- 
ick S.,) proprs. City Express, 26^ n. 
Pennsylvania. 

Vollman John, stone-mason, res. foot of 
Georgia. 

Volmer Charlotte, (wid.) Charles T., res. 
289 n. Mississippi. 

Vollmer Charles, lab., rolling mill 
272 s. Missouri. 

Vollmer Johnson P., (Mardick & V., 
52 n. Pennsylvania. 

Vondergotten Henry, (V. & Klein,) res. 
279 n. Liberty. 

Vandergotten & Klein, (Henry V. & John 
G. K.,) barbers and hair dressing, 
shampooing and shaving saloon, 37 
s. Illinois. 

Vondersaar John, lab., res. California, s. 
of Maryland. 

Vondersaar Louis, salesman, 36 w. Wash- 
ington, res. California, bet. Maryland 
and Georgia. 

Vondersaar Wendell, carriage smith, 26 
e. Georgia, res. 435 s. Illinois. 

VOK-NEGUT CLEMENS, 

hardware and cutlery, 178 and 180 
e. Washington, res. same. 

Voorhees Benjamin, lab., bds. 34 Helen. 

Voorhes Jacob, plasterer, res. 140 e. St. 
Clair. 

Voorhees John M., trader, res. w. s. Broad- 
way, bet. Christian av. and Forest 
Home av. 

VOORHEES JEFPEBSON, 

salesman, Mclver's, 22 e. VVashing- 
ton, bds. Broadway, cor. Christian 



bds. 



bds 



GAS FIXTURES, 

BRASS WORK, PUMPS, &c. 

AT 

8S2 West TVashington Street, 

Hanninp:, Kamsay & Co. 
See page 162. 



Voorhees Jennie, bds. Broadway, bet. 
Christian av. and Forest Home av. 

Vorliis B. S., student, commercial college, 
bds. Wiles House, w. Maryland. 

Vordermark Rudolph, chair-maker, Spie- 
gel, Thorns & Co., res. 2 s. Buchanan. 



WABER DAVID, lab., res. 278 Win- 
ston. 

Wachs Charles, lab., res. 39 Bright. 

Wachs William, turner, Helwig, Roberts 
& Co., res. 89 Blake. 

Wachtel Moses, (Katzenstein, W. & Co.,) 
3 Bates House, res. New York city. 

Wachter L., boots and shoes, Virginia 
av., near Cedar. 

Wachtstetter Gotlieb, saloon, 14 w. Lou- 
isiana, res, 23 Madison av. 

Wachtstetter Jacob, saloon, 154 w. W.^sh- 
ington, res. same. 

Wachtstetter John M,, propr. Meridian 
Exchange, 180 s. Meridian, res. same. 

Wade Mollie, waiter, Palmer House, bds. 
same. 

Waeber David, journeyman carpenter, 
res. 347 n. Noble. 

Waggeman Gustavus, clerk, 10 w. Lou- 
isiana, res. 88 Union. 

Waggemar George W., car inspector, Jef- 
fersonville R. R., res, 404 s. Dela- 
ware. 

W^agner Charles, lab., res. 17 Willard. 

Wagner Conrad, res. 261 s. Meridian. 

Wagner Frederick, lab,, res. 204 Union. 

Wagner George M,, cooper, res. s. Meri- 
dian. 

Wagner Henry, brick moulder, res, 428 
e. St. Clair. 

Wagner John, liquor dealer, n. w, cor. 
Race and s. Meridian, res. same. 

Wagner John, cabinet-maker, Spiegel, 
Thoms & Co., bds, 62 s. East. 

Wagner Julius, painter, bds. 23 Ken- 
tucky av. 

Wagner William, conductor, J. & I. R. 
R., bds. Nagel House. 

Wagoner James H,, lab,, res. 82 Califor- 
nia. 

Waine Christian, courier, 38 e. Washing- 
ton, res. 451 s. New Jersey. 

Wait Charles, servant, city hospital. 



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240 



LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 



Wait H. P., steward, 32 n. Pennsylvania, 
res. same. 

Wait Volney, journeyman carpenter, res 
274 w. Market. 

Waiter Rudolph, rag merchant, res. 244 
s. Meridian. 

Wakeland Abner A., porter, p. c, res. 
Augusta Station. 

Wakefield Clinton, brakesman, J. & I. R. 
R., bds. Nagel House. 

Walden William, (col.,) white washer, 
res. 223 n. West. 

Waldo Azel, carpenter, Byrket & Sons, 
res. 13 McGill. 

Waldo George, tinner, 68 e. Washington, 
res. cor. Benton and Meek. 

Waldo Mary T. M., (wid.) Elijah W., res. 
258 n. Mississippi. 

Waldo William P., gunsmith, res. e. Geor- 
gia. 

WaldoQ James, lab., res. 309 Indiana av. 

Waldon William, (col.,) white washer, 
res. 174 Douglas alley. 

Waldron Humphrey, law student, Ray, 
Gordon & March, bds. 95 n. Meri- 
dian. 

Waldron Nancy, (wid.) Elijah W., res. 
653 n. Mississippi, 

Woldry James M., lab., res, 310 Indiana 
av. 

Walk Charles, butcher, 137 s. Illinois, 
bds. sume. 

Walk Julius C, watchmaker, 50 e. Wash- 
ington, res. w. Georgia, bet. Meri- 
dian and Illinois. 

Walk Lewis, boarding house, res. 28 w, 
Georgia. 

Walker Alexander W., felloe bender, bds. 
266 s. Illinois. 

Walker Edward, stencil cutter, 45J s. II- 
nois, res, same. 

Walker A. S., State agt., Wheeler & Wil- 
son's Sewing Machines, res. 619 n. 
Meridian. 

Walker Ella Miss, milliner, 68 e. Wash- 
ington, res. 309 s. Meridian. 

Walker & Daugherty, (Miss Sarah A. W. 
& Miss Elizabeth C. D.,) dress and 
cloak makers, 3 Odd Fellows Hall. 

Walker Jerome B., teamster, res. 13 Co- 
burn. 

Walker John, painter, res. 209 w. Mary- 
land. 

Walker Joseph, (col,,) servant, 662 n. 
Pennsylvania. 

Walker Reuben, (col,, Fletcher & W.,) 
res. 78 n. Missouri. 

Walker Sarah A. Miss, (W, & Dougherty,) 
3 Odd Fellows Hall, res. n. e. cor. 
North and New Jersey. 

Walker Thomas, salesman, Mayhew & 
Branham, bds. Spencer House, s. Il- 
linois. 



Walker Henry, lab., res. 41 Elm. 

Walker Webster A., works bending ma- 
chine, Osgood, Smith & Co., bds. 266 
s, Illinois, 

Wall Charlotte, (wid,) Thomas, seam- 
stress, res. 344 Indiana av. 

Wall Charles E., oculist and aurist, 21^ 
w, Marylrnd, bds. Oriental House, s. 
Illinois. 

Wall George, lab., res. alley, bet. East and 
Liberty. 

Wall John, bar-tender, 159 w. Washing- 
ion, bds, 9 8, Mississippi. 

Wall John, pressman, Journal Co., res. 
154 w, Stevens. 

Wall Thomas, wiper, Lawrenceburg shop, 
res. 164 Stevens. 

Wall W. N,, apprentice, book and job 
room. Journal, bds. 262 n. East. 

WALLACE ALEXANDER G., 
justice of the peace, for Center town 
ship, oflBce 96 e. Washington, up 
stairs, res. half mile e. end of Vir- 
ginia av. 

Wallace Andrew, sugar bro.<er and com, 
mer., s. w. cor, Delaware and Mary- 
land, res. 86 n. Delaware, 

Wallace Andrew, prest. Deaf and Dumb 
Asylum. 

Wallace Andrew, stone-cutter, cor. Mis- 
sissippi and Louisiana, res, 195 w. 
South. 

WALLACE & BUTLER, 

(William W. & Ovid D. B,,) lawyers, 
room 1 Hereth's blk., n. Delaware. 

Wallace George Babbitt, telegraph ope- 
. rator, Bellefontaine R. R. office, bds. 
Oriental House. 

Wallace Henry, stone-cutter, cor. Missis- 
sippi and Louisiana, res. 195 w. 
South, 

Wallace James, stone-cutter, res. 193 w. 
South. 

Wallace James, res. 370 s, Delaware. 

Wallace James A., clerk, res. 38 Forest 
av. 

Wallace James H,, clerk, Brandte, Reas- 
oner & Co., bds. William Reasoner. 

Wallace Johnston, stone-cutter, cor. Mis- 
sissippi and Louisiana, res. 195 w. 
South. 

Wallace John W , clerk, 322 e, Washing- 
ton, res. 222 e. South. 

Wallace John William, clerk, with W. J. 
Wallace, 322 e, Washington, res. 222 
e. South. 

Wallace Kate Miss, actress. Metropoli- 
tan Theater, bds. 153 w. Maryland. 

Wallace Sarelda Mrs., (wid.) David W., 
res. 273 n. New Jersey. 

Wallace William, boiler-maker. Sinker & 
Co. 

Wallace William, lab., res. 22 Elm. 



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241 



WaUace William, ( W. & Butler,} res. 285 
n. Delaware. 

V/allace William, engineer, res. 193 w. 
South. 

Wallace W. John, grocer, 322 e. Wash- 
ington, res. 222 e. South. 

Wallace William P., cigars and Tobacco, 
30 w. Louisiana, res, 160 e. Market. 

Wallace Will W., notary public, -with Al- 
exander Metzger, 6 Odd Fellows 
Hall, res. 234 s. Alabama. 

Wallace William, lawyer, (Butler & W.,) 
20^ n. Delaware, res. 285 n. Dela- 
ware. ' 

Wallace John, (Wehling & W.,) res. 242 
s. Delaware. 

Walle Mathew, blacksmith, res. 73 s. 
Liberty. 

Waller Bernh, shoe shop, 151 Indiana 
av., res. same. 

Waller John, engineer, J, M. & I. R. R., 
bds. Ray House. 

Waller Pattry A. M., (col.,) servant, 444 
n Meridian. 

WALLICK J. P., 

district supt, W. U. Telegraph Co., 
res. 37 w. Michigan. 

Wallingford Catharine, (wid.) Estees, 
res. 456 n. Delaware. 

Walls John, lab., res. 7 Kentucky av. 

Walls Wesley L., printer, Indianapolis 
Daily Journal,i.''t)ds, 262 n. East. 

Walpole Luke, bds, 410 n. Illinois. 

Walpole Susan B., res. 127 n. Meridian. 

Walsamian James H., locksmith, III 
Massachusetts av. 

Walsh Hanora, (wid.) Thomas, res. 355 s. 
Meridian. 

V¥alsh John, watchman, Bellefontaine R. 
R. depot, res. 374 s, Delaware, 

Walsh Kate Miss, dress-maker, bds. 248 
8, Delaware, 

Walsh Maurice, saloon-keeper, res. 355 
8, Meridian, 

Walsh Michael, machinist. Sinker & Co. 

Walsh Patrick, saloon-keeper, res. 355 s. 
Meridian. 

Walsh Thomas, machinist. Sinker & Co. 

Walsh Thomas, lab,, bds, Washington 
House, 

Walsh Thomas, boiler-maker, res. 334 s, 
Alabama. 

Walsh William, lab., res. n. e. cor. Madi- 
son av. and McCarty, 

Walson Charles, works 16 n. Pennsylva- 
nia, res. 188 n. Winston. 

Walter George, cook, Palmer House, res. 
245 w. South. 

W^alter Henry G., bar-keeper, Spencer 
House, res. 101 s. New Jersey. 

Walters Sarah, cook, Palmer House. 

Walter Victor, brush-maker, 106 s. Illi- 
nois, res. out city. 



THE MONITOR 

HOT-AIR FURNACE 

TUTEWILEE BEOS., Sole Agents, 
7-ir East WasliingtorL St. 

See page 214. 



Walter William, boots and shoes, 51 w. 
Washington, bds. Globe House, 

Walton William, heater, rolling mill, res. 
256 s, Mississippi. 

Waltman Frederick C, waiter, Depot 
Dining Hall, res. 111 Massachusetts 
av, 

Wamburg Welington, teamster, res. n, 
Tennessee, bet. Fourth and Fifth. 

Wampler David, boarding house, n. e, 
cor. Benton and Georgia, 

Wampler William A., brakesman, bds, 99 
e, Georgia. 

Wamsley Harvey, journeyman carpenter, 
res, e. side We^t, bet. North and 
Walnut. 

Wanan Timothy, lab., res. all-ey, bet, 
Maryland and Georgia, 

Wand Henry, millright, res, 256 s, Penn- 
sylvania. 

Wanderly Henry, brick-mason, res, 146 
Davidson. 

Wands Alex., machinist. Sinker & Co. 

Wands John, shoe-maker, 239 e, Wash- 
ington, res, 65 Greer. 

Wands John, shoe-maker, res, 65 e. Mc- 
Carty. 

Wands William, physician, office 66 e. 
Market, res, 330 e. Vermont, 

Wann Henry L., foreman, 132 s, Penn- 
sylvania, res, 256 s, Pennsylvania, 

Wanz Elizabeth A,, (wid,) William, res, 
226 Dougherty, 

Ward A, Miss, student, Demott's Acade- 
my, bds. 53 Hosbrook- 

Ward Boswell, physician, 32 n. Dela- 
ware, res, 201 n. Liberty. 

Ward David L., blacksmith, Eagle Ma- 
chine Works, res. Washington, bet. 
West and Mississippi. 

Ward Delancey L., messenger, American 
Express Co., 34 e. Washington, res. 
67 Indiana av. 

Ward Gabrel, res. 348 Indiana av. 

Ward Kate, laundress, Institute for the 
Blind, bds. same. 

Ward Kate Miss, servant, 165 e. Mer- 
rill. 

Ward Merritt, driver. Capital City Om- 
nibus Line, bds, Mrs. Cunningham. 

Ward Michael J., porter, 49 s. Meridian, 

Ward Thomas, lab., bds, Ray House. 



(16) 



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242 LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 



HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTING 



GLAZING, LETTERING 

AND 
Of all kinds, done in the fiiuest styles. 

MILEISTDER & CL^iN^CEY 

18 South Meridian St., bet. Washington and Maryland, 

INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA. 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN 



City and Country Orders filled on shortest notice. 

All Groods "Warranted. Call at 

No. 146 YIE&INIA AYENUE, INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA. 

^W. &. FOTV^LEK & CO. 

Grocers, Prodnce & Provision Dealers, 

No. 25! North Hlinois Street, Nortfi-East Corner of Michfgan. 

Also, Agentu for J. S. Farren & Co.'s Celebrated Baltimore Oysters, 
ALL GOODS DELIVERED TO ANY PART OF THE CITY.*'^a 

TV. S. FOWLEK Sc CO. 

f 

Indianapolis, Indiana. 



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243 



Ward Sallie Mrs., (wid.) Daniel, rea. 53 
Hosbrook. 

Ward Thomas, brick-maker, bds. Ray 
House. 

Wardside Aiexailder, butcher, res. 385 s. 
East. 

Ware Charles S., physician and surgeon, 
s. w. cor. Washington and Meridian, 
res. 167 n. Tennessee. 

Ware Henry, lab., res. e. side Ellsworth, 
bet. Vermont and New York. 

Warne Joseph B., salesman, Ray, May- 
hew & Co., re^s." Market, bet. Liberty 
and Noble. 

Warenbur William, lab., res. 337 n. New 
Jersey. 

WARING ISAAC, 

secy. Equitable Fire and Home Mu- 
tual Fire Insurance Cos., of Indiana- 
polis, and receiver Indiana Central 
Fire Insurance Co., Lafayette, Ind., 
room 4, Odd Fellows Hnll, res. 17^ 
Virginia av. 

Warklin Mathew, bar-tender, 255 w. 
Washington, bds. 22 s. West. 

Warman Jasper, res. n. side National rd., 
w. White river bridge. 

Warne James, book-keeper, Cincinnati 
Depot, res. 343 s. East. 

Warne James P., clerk, L, C. & L. R. R., 
res. 343 s. East. 

Warne Joseph B., salesman, 8 w. Louisi- 
ana, bds. Rockwell's. 

Warner Andrew J., lab., res. 211 w. 
Washingfon. 

Warner Charles, lab., res. 321 Virginia 
av. 

Warner Charles, saloon, 125 s. Illinois, 
bds. Sheridan House. 

Warner Charles G., printer, Journal Co., 
res. 35 Ellsworth. 

Warner Edwin R., brick-mason, res. 176 
Winston. 

Warner George, bar-tender, 78 w. Wash- 
ington, bds. same. 

Warner Jeremiah, lab., res. 66 s. Ala- 
bama. 

Warner John H., clerk, Union Boarding 
House, 134 s. Meridian, res. same. 

Warner Lewis, grocer, 46 Indiana av., 
res. same. 

Warner Maggie, (wid.) Mason, res. 530 
s. Illinois. 

Warner Marcus, speculator, res. 408 n. 
Illinois. 

Warner Mary Miss, works Smith's 
bindery. 

Warner Thomas, printer, Journal office, 
res. 226 w. New York. 

Warner W. B., student commercial col- 
lege, bds. 12 s. Mississippi. 

Warren Joseph, carpenter, res. 506 Ros- 
ette. 



GROVER & BAKER 

SEWING MACHINES, 

ALL SIZES AND PBICES, 
AT 21 EAST WASHINGTON STREET, 

INDIANAPOLIS. 



Warner George S., (J. H. Baldwin & Co.) 

6 e. Washington, bds, Spencer House, 

s. Illinois. 
Warren Michael, lab., res. alley bet. 

East and Liberty. 
Warren Timothy, works City Gas VVorks, 

bds. 60 s. Alabama. 
Warren William H., agt.. Eagle Machine 

Works, res. 36 w. Pratt. 
Warrenburg John, teamster, res. 130 n. 

East. 
Wartan Rudolph, blacksmith, Bellefon- 

taine car shop, res. 13 Water. 
Warth Robert, telegraph operator, Union 

Depot, res. 182 e. McCarty. 
Washington Alice, ladies' boarding house, 

131 n. East. 
Washington Edward, (col.,) white- wash- 
er, res. w. extension North. 
Washington George, (col.,) lab., rea. n. 

Tennessee, bet. Fifth and Sixth. 
Washington George, (col.,) driver, 24 e. 

Washington, cor. Meridian and 

Georgia. 
Washington John W., (col.,) hostler, res. 

87 Anne. 
Wasson Alexander, veterinary surgeon, 

res. 372 Virginia a v. 
Wasson Charles K., moulder. Phoenix 

Works, bds. 366 w. Washington. 
Wasson Hiram P., salesman, Tyler's Bee 

Hive, 2 w. Washington^ bds. 223 g.. 

Tennessee. 
Wasson William P., shos-maker, res. 9 

Willard. 
Waterman Luther D., phy&ician, 68 n. 

Pennsylvania, res. 377 n. Delaware. 
Waters James W., spoke-maker, bds. 266 

s. Illino'is. 
WATERS JOHN G., 

City Auditor, office Glenn's blk., e. 

Washington, res. 86 n. Mississippi. 
Waters Maurice, lab., res. 254 s. West. 
Watgen H. J., clerk, Browning & Sloan, 

res. 32 s. West. 
Watkins Edward, painter, bds. 134 w. 

Michigan. 
Wats Daniel, journeyman carpenter, res. 

20 Douglas. 
Watson Elmer, painter, bds. 607 e. Wash- 
ington. 
Watson John, lab., res. 281 e. Georgia. 



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LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 



Watson James, engineer, J. & I. C. R. R., 

res. 92 Bates. 
Watson J, C, lab., Spiegel, Thorns & Co., 

res. 281 e. Georgia. 
Watson John M., machinist, Sinker & 

Co. 
Watson John M., machinist, res. G07 e. 

National rd. 
Watson Joseph S., foreman, printing 

office, William Sheets' bindery, 79 

w. Washington, res. 207 w. Mary- 
land. 
Watson Joseph F., works Sheets' bindery, 

res. 207 w. Marland. 
Watson Robert, brakesman, C. & I. C. 

R. R., bds. 607 e. Washington. 
Watson Robert, machinist, res. 393 e, 

Georgia. 
Watson Robert K., money delivery clerk, 

M. U. Express Co., 42 and 44 e. 

Washington, res. 159 n. Mississippi. 
Watson Samuel S., shoe-maker, 5 w. 

Waphington, res. Curtis' row, Mas- 
sachusetts av. 
Watson Samuel W., book-keeper, Harri- 
sons' Bank, 15 e. Washington, res. 

119 w. Maryland. 
Watson William P., book-keeper, First 

National Bank, res. 421 n. Illinois. 
Watt Lillie Miss, pupil Hess' Academy 

of Music, res. same. 
Watt Mary, student Indiana Female 

College, cor. Meridian and New 

York. 
Watts Jpraes, grocer, 25 w. Washington, 

res. 374 w. Vermont, 
Watts William, grate and mantle setter, 

res. 458 e. Georgia. 
Watjen Herman, clerk, Browning & 

Sloan, 7 and 9 e. Washington, res. 

32 8. West. 
Waugh Daniel, machinist, Belleiontaine 

car shop, res. 49 Ellen. 
Way Truman, local mail agt.. Union De- 
pot, res. 153 e. McCarty. 
Way William W., baggage-master, I., C. 

& L. R. R., bds. 153 e. McCarty. 
Waymouih Amos, n. side National rd., 

w. White River bridge. 
Wayne Christian, currier, 38 e. Wash- 
ington, res. 451 s. New Jersey. 
Waxteiter John, saloon-keeper, res. 41 

Madison av. 
Weahstorth Christ., carpenter, res. 328 s. 

Delaware. 
Weaken Ernest, (Buck & W.,) 209 e. 

Washington, res. 198 e. Washington. 
Weekly Patrick, works Rolling Mill, res. 

257 s. Mississippi. 
Weale Emma Miss, house-keeper. Bates 

House, res. same. 
Weaten William, blacksmith, res. 372 

Virginia av. 



Weaner John, (Geis & W.,) 99 e. Wash- 
ington, res. 292 s. East. 

Weaner Rosetta, (wid.) John, res. 299 s. 
East. 

Weane Katy Mrs., (wid.) Robert, res. 157 
w. South. 

Weaner John, (Geis & W.,) 99 e. Wash- 
ington, res. 292 s. East. 

Weathers John, brakesman, Lafayette 
R. R., bds. 136 s. Noble. ; 

Weather Michael, lab., res. 287 s. Mis- ' 
souri. 

Weaver Adam, book-peddler, res. 340 s. 
Delaware. 

Weaver Belle Miss, student Hess' Acad- 
emy of Music, res. Acton, Ind. 

Weaver Edwin M., paiuter. Knight & 
Lloyd, bds. 63 w. Market. 

Waver Francis, mason, bds. 38 s. Ten- 
nessee. 

Weaver Frank, paper-hanger, bds. 89 s. 
Pennsylvania. 

Weaver Henry, moulder, res. 173 s. Me- 
ridian, j 

Weaver Sarah, (wid.) William, seam- ] 
stress, res. 436 e. St. Clair. : 

Weaver Thomas, plasterer, res. 398 s. 
Missouri. 

WEAVER WILLIAM W., 

undertaker, 39 n. Illinois, res. 233 
n. Illinois. 

Webb A. L., agricultural implements, 75 
w. AVashington, bds. 69 w. Market. 

Webb George W., huckster, res. 39 Jones. 

Webb Ira C, painter, res. 69 w. Market. 

Webb John, machinist, Eagle Machine 
• Works, bds. Mrs. Coen's, s. Missis- 
sippi. ' 

WEBB LAURA MRS., 

boarding house, 69 w. Market. See 
card, page 174. 

Webb William W., blacksmith, opp. In- 
sane A.sylum, res. same. 

Webb Willis S., (Indiana Banking Co., 
and Hibben, Tarkington & Co.,) res. 
Franklin, Ind. 

Weber Christine, servant, 16 e. Maryland, 
bds. same. 

Weber Erhard, porter, Crossland, Ma- 
guire & Co., res. 51 s. California. 

Weber Frederick, salesman, 36 w. Wash- ■ 
ington, res. 366 n. Noble. 

Weber Frederick, mortiser, Cabinet-Ma- 
kers' Union, res. 366 n. Noble. 

Weber John A., (J. A. W. & Bro.,) res. 
211 Massachusetts av. 

Weber J. A. & Bro., (John A. & Peter 
W,,) grocers and ale bottlers, 211 
Massachusetts av. 

Weber Peter, (J. A. W. & Bro.,) bds. 211 
Massachusetts av. 

Webers Louis, barber, 94 e South, bds. 
same. 



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245 



Webers Michael, lab,, res. 38 Center. 

Webster Abner, res. cor. Fifth and Illi- 
nois. 

Webster Carrie M. Mrs , dress-maker, 
res. 124 n. Delaware. 

Webster Daniel, machinist, bds. Neiman 
House. 

Webster George C, (Daggett & Co.,) 32 
s. Meridian, res. 314 n. East. 

Webster Harvey D., salesman, Daggett & 
Co., bds. 314 n. East. 

Webster Joseph H., Hook and Ladder Co., 
27 n. New Jersey, res. same. 

Wechler Judah, minister, res. 68 n. Lib- 
erty. 

Weegman Herman, teacher of music, res. 
34 8. Alabama. 

W^eekley Jerry, hardware dealer, 70 w. 
Washington, res. 179 w. New York. 

Weekly Frie Press, 17 w. Maryland, 
Engelbert J, Metzger, propr. 

Weeks Richard, lab., 68 e. Washington, 
res. Wabash alley, bet. Market and 
Ohio and East and New Jersey. 

Weel John, lab., res. 96 n. Noble. 

Wehle Gregor, bar-keeper, 338 s. Meri- 
dian, bds. same. 

Wehle Lucas, boots and shoes, 235 e. 
Washington, res. same. 

Wehling Charles H., (W. & W^alle,) res. 
240 s. Delaware. 

Wehling & Walle, (Charles H. W. & John 
Walle,) wagon-makers, shop 234 s. 
Delaware. 

Wehn Christian, tanner, res. 451 Rosette. 

Wehtousimgesons Perry, lab., res. 326 
Railroad. 

Weibel Emma M., servant, 325 e. "Wash- 
ington, bds. same. 

Weibel John E., barber, cor. Illinois and 
Louisiana, res. 376 e. Ohio. 

Weibka H., drayman, A, Jones & Co., 76 
s. Meridian, res. 293 n. Davidson. 

Weigle Gotleib, tanner, res. 121 n. Noble. 

Weiglein Henry F., propr. Washington 
House, 181 s. Meridian. 

Weikert Alonzo, salesman, 14 w. Wash- 
ington, bds. 127 e. Duncan. 

Weiland Christian F., switchman. Cen- 
tral R. R., res. 134 Union. 

Weiland William C, clerk, n. w. cor. Me- 
ridian and McCarty, bds. same. 

Weiler John, yardman, Concordia House. 

Weinberger Ernest, eating stand, Union 
Depot, res. 363 s. Illinois. 

Weinberger Herman, (W. & Co.,) 10 w. 
Louisiana, res. 138 s. Meridian, 

Weinberger John, confectioner, 10 w. 
Louisiana, res. 88 Union. 

Weinberger & Co., (Herman & Ernest 
W.,) eating house, 10 w. Louisiana. 

Weir John H., watchmaker, 296 e. Wash- 
ington, res. same. 



CITY HOTEL, 

CHICAGO, ILL. 

A fine-looking, convenient Hotel, near the 
heaviest jobbing houses. 

South-East Corner of Lake and State Streets. 
See card, page vii. 



Weir William, marble works, 64 Vir- 
ginia av. 

Weirs George, tailor, 8 w. Washington, 
res. same. 

Weis John, brick-layer, res. 843 n. Dela- 
ware. 

Weis Peter, (Steigman & W,,) res. 150 
Madison av. 

Vv'eiser Anthony, lab., res. 327 e. Michi- 
gan. 

Weiser Charles, carpenter, res. 283 e. 
Ohio. 

Weisy Samuel, ladies' furnishing goods, 
26 n. Pennsylvania, res. same. 

Welbert Ann, (col.,) washerwoman, res. 
alley, bet. Tinker and Tenth. 

Welch Adnyram J., policeman, Union 
Depot, res. 83 w. Louisiana. 

Welch Delia, servant, 95 n. Meridian, 

Welch John, lab,, res. 109 Railroad. 

Weld Charles P., viceprest, Indiana Fire 
Insurance Co., of Indianapolis, office 
room 5 Odd Fellows Hall, res. 121 n. 
Delaware. 

Well Frederick, lab., res, 99 n. Noble. 

Weiler James, watchman. Sinker & Co., 
bds. 375 w. Washington. 

Weiler James, machinist. Sinker & Co. 

Weiler Levi, mail carrier, p. o., res. 651 
n. Tennessee. 

Wellerding Alice Mrs., (wid.) Anthony, 
res. 128 e. Merrill. 

Wellman Henry B., oil dealer, Pittsburg, 
Pennsylvania, res. 547 n, Mississippi. 

Wells Anderson, (col,) lab., res. 44 Mi- 
nerva. 

Wells Andrew J., policeman, (night,) 
second ward, res. 126 e. Michigan. 

Wells Charles, confectioner, s. e. cor. New 
York and Delaware, res. 329 e. Mich- 
igan. 

Wells Edmond, shoe-maker, res. 191 s. 
New Jersey. 

Wells Edward S., teamster, res. 432 e, 
Georgia. 

Wells Emma, servant, F. M. Churchman, 
old No. 56 n. Alabama. 

Wells George, journeyman carpenter, res. 
25 First. 

Wells George, (Schooley & W.,) res. 27 
w. First. 

Wells J. R., druggist, bds. Ray House. 



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Wells Grah<ara A., dentist, over 15 e, 
Washington, res. 181 n. New Jersey. 

Wells Hayden N., res. 369 n. Alabama. 

Wells James, engineer, Judson & Dodd, 
res. 8. Liberty. 

Wells James B., clerk, South Side Drug 
Store, bds. Ray House. 

Wells John H., carpenter, res. n. Tennes- 
see, bet. Sixth and Tinker. 

Wells Joseph B., messenger, 68 e. Mar- 
ket, res. 38 e. Cherry. 

WELLS MERIT, 

dentist, room 2, Yohn's blk , 11 n. 
Meridian, res. 258 n. East. 

Wells Thomas L., shoe-maker, 75 e. 
Washington, bds. Pyle House. 

Wells Napoleon, brakesman, J., M. & I. 
R. II., bds. Sherman House. 

Wells AVilliam F., journeyman carpenter, 
res. 46 Cherry. 

Welsh Benedick D., painter, bds. 71 In- 
diana av. 

Welsh Maruice, saloon, 79 e. Washing- 
ton, res. 355 s. Meridian. 

Welsh Michael, porter, 38 s. Meridian, 
bds. Maryland, bet. Meridian and 
Illinois. 

Welsh Robert B., harness-maker, 70 w. 
Washington, res. s. West. 

Welty Rudolph, lab., res. National rd., 
near White river bridge. 

Wempner Henry, lab.. Central depot, 
res. 59 Harrison. 

Wenberg George, saddler, Herith's blk., 
res. 85 n. Noble. 

Wenerback George, collar-maker, J. C. 
Hereth & Bro., res. 24 n. Delaware. 

Wenger George M., saloon-keeper, 50 n. 
Noble, res. same. 

Wenker William, cabinet-maker, Cabinet- 
maker's Union, bds. 518 Plank rd. 

Wenner Jacob, varnisher, Spiegel, Thoms 
& (/O., res. 484 s. New Jersey. 

Wentz William W., conductor, 1. C. & L. 
R. R., res. 165 s. Alabama. 

Werbe Charles, (Charles W. & Co.,) res. 
17 s. Mississippi. 

WERBE CHARLES & CO., 

(Charles W. & Curran E. McDonald, ) 
solicitors of patents and patent 
right dealers, 77^ e. Market, up- 
stairs. See card, page 18. 

Werbe Christopher G., (Harding & W.,) 
61 e. Washington, res. out city lim- 
its. 

Werbe Emil, lithographer, W. & J. Bra- 
den, bds. California House. 

Werbe Francis L., dry goods and groce- 
ries, 249 w. Washington, cor. West, 
res. same. 

Werbe Henry G., printer, W. & J. Bra- 
den, res. 8. w. cor. West and Wash- 
ington. 



Werden Willis P., (Merrifield& W.,) res. 
135 w. New York. 

Werer Charles, brush-maker, bds. Union 
House. 

Wert Joseph, boots and shoes, 10 s. Penn- 
sylvania. 

Wert J. William, student. Dr. Wells, bds. 
63 n. Alabama. 

Werther William, butcher, shop cor. 
Noble and New York, res. 358 e. New 
York. 

Wesby Ephriam, cooper, res. 324 w. 
Maryland. 

Weschler David, (W. & Co.,) res. 424 s. 
Illinois. 

Wesley Ch»ipel, Circle, s. w. cor. Merid- 
ian, William McK. Hester, pastor. 

Wesling Conrad, drayman, res. 328 n. 
Noble. 

Wesselhoefl Emma Miss, music teaeher, 
Normal Academy of Music, 263 s 
Meridian. 

West Charles W., traveling agt., Stewart 
& Morgan, bds. Sherman House, 
w. Louisiana. 

West George H., (H. F. W. & Co.,) 37 s. 
Meridian, res. 483 n. Tennessee. 

West Harrison, lab., res. 99 s. West. 

West Henry F., (H. F. W. & Co.,) 37 s. 
Meridian, res. Cincinnati, 0. 

WEST H. F. & CO., 

(Henry F., George H. W. & John L 
Morris,) china, glass, queensware 
and silver-plated goods, 37 s. Merid- 
ian. 

West Lena, servant, J. C. Green, 510 n. 
' Delaware. 

West Louis, clerk, 11 n. Pennsylvania, 
res. e. Washington, bet. Alabama 
and New Jersey. 

Westecomp Henry, foreman. Long, Sny- 
der & Co., res 246 s. Delaware. 

Westenharaer Frederick, piano-maker, 
bds. Wagner House, e. Washington. 

Westercom Charles, lab., res.s. Delaware. 

Western Fire Company No. 1, 277 w. 
Washington. 

WESTERN UNION TELE- 
GRAPH, office, 9 8, Meridian, Chas. 
C, Whitney, manager. 

Westfall Theodore, lab., res. 150 Union. 

Westover James, moulder. Root's Foun- 
dry, res. 22 e. Merrill. 

Westover Jonathan M., moulder. Root's 
Foundry, res. 122 e. Merrill. 

Westover Sallie Miss, dress-maker, res . 
22 e. Merrill. 

Wethers John, (col.,) servant, 197 n. Al- 
abama. 

Wettinbrink Henry, cigar-maker, bds. 
266 e. Washington. 

Wetzei Henry, salesman, 29 w. Washing- 
ton, bds. 285 n. Illinois. 



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Weutling L. L,, salesman, New York 

Store, bds. Kentucky av. 
Weyland William, porter, Union depot, 

bds. California House. 
Weymonth & Chatman, (Amos W. & John 

C.,) wagon-making and blacksmith- 

ing, n. side National rd., w. White 

river bridge. 
Whealan Catharine, (wid.) Patrick, res. 

361 Virginia av. 
WHEAT, FLETCHER & CO., 

(William C. W., L. W. F., Samuel 

Cutsinger &, -B. Coffin,) provision 

dealers and pork packers, room 1, 

Vinton's blk., n. Pennsylvania. 
Wheat William C, (W., Fletcher & Co.,) 

room 1, Vinton's blk., res. Franklin, 

Ind. 
Wheatley William M., (McCord & W. and 

H. Daumont & Co.,) res. 202 e. Ohio, 

cor. New Jersey. 
Wheatley Harry^ carpenter, res. 311 s. 

East. 
Wheatley John, book-keeper, McCord & 

Wheatly, res. 309 s. East. 
Wheeler Ephraim, (col.,) barber, 166 

Indiana av., res. s. side Ohio, bet. 

West and California. 
Wheeler John. (col.,J works 25 n. Illinois, 

res. same. 
Wheeler William V,, driver. Merchant's 

Union Express Co., res. 77 n. Ala- 
bama. 
Wheeler & Wilson's Sewing Machine Co., 

12 n. Pennsylvania. 
Whipple Charles W., machinist. Root's 

Foundry^ res. 240 e. Louisiana. 
Whipple Charles W., machinist, res. 333 

s. Pennsylvania. 
Whippo Tobitha, dress-maker, 164 n. 

Delaware, res. same. 
Whitamore Elizabeth C, boarding Houscj 

58 Benton. 
WHITCOMB JEROME G., 

general agt., J., C. M. & I. R. R, office, 

South, bet. Pennsylvania and Dela- 
ware, res. 1-62 e. Market. 
White Albert, book-keeper, Coulter & 

White, res, 365 e. New York. 
White Alfred, (col.,) lab., res. 450 s. 

Tennessee. 
White Allen C, paper hanger, res. 102 

Bates. 
White Alonzo M., insurance solicitor, E. 

B. Tidd & Bro., s. e. cor. Washing- 
ion and Meridian, res. 377 n. East. 
White Annie Miss, seamstress, 12 s. 

Pennsylvania, res. 432 e. North. 
White Charles, (Coulter & W.,) 77 e. 

Market, res. s. w. cor. New York 

and Spring. 
White Charles W., (C. W. W. & Co.,) lis. 

Meridian, res. Boston, Mass. 



LIVERY & SALE STABLE, 

Court Street, Rear of Post-Offi;3e, 

Entrance from Pennsylvania Street. 
Read card, page 62. 



WHITE C. W. & CO., 

(Charles W., Ephriam M. & Elisha 
M. W.,) manfs. of supporters, shoul- 
der braces, trusses and bandages, 11 
s. Meridian. 

White Elisha M., (C. W. W. & Co.,) 11 s. 
Meridian, bds. 84 Massachusetts av. 

White Ephriam M., (C. W. W. & Co.,) 11 
s. Meridian, bds. 84 Massachusetts 
av. 

WHITE FERDINAND G., 

comedian. Metropolitan Theater, res. 
224 Huron. 

White George, servant, n. w. cor. Wash- 
ington and Arsenal. 

White George W., traveling agt., Lue- 
dorff & Co., bds. 153 w. Maryland. 

White Gilbert, clerk, 32 s. Meridian, up- 
stairs, bds. 59 n. Illinois. 

White Hughes W., tailor, res. 36 Massa- 
chusetts av. 

White James, pensioner, bds. 225 s. Del- 
aware. 

White James M., machinist, Bellefon- 
taine car shop, res. 233 n. Noble. 

White James W., lab., res. 16 Center. 

WHITE JANE, 

propr. Rail Road House, 166 s. Illi- 
nois, opp. Union Depot. 

White Joel B., baggage-master, J. & I. C. 
R. R., res. 388 s. Missouri. 

White John, lab., res. 29 Jones. 

White John B., dentist, with J. F. John- 
ston, Morrison's Opera blk., s. Me- 
ridian, bds. with J. F. Johnston. 

White Joseph, lumber dealer, res. n. e. 
cor. School and Huron. 

White Kiziah Miss, township librarian, 
Center township, rooms third floor, 
Langsdale's blk., n. Delaware, res. 
e. National rd. 

White Nancy J., dress-maker, 185 e. 
Washington, res. National rd., e. 
city. 

White P. Fremont, errand boy, Geisen- 
dorflf's, bds.377 n. East. 

White Richard, lab., e. Michigan rd., 
corporation limits. 

White Sarah, (wid.) res. 117 n. Missis- 
sppi. 

White Susan A. Mrs., (wid.) Milton, res. 
494 Virginia av. 



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White River Iron Co., office 44 Kentucky 

av., Winslow S. Pierce, secy., John 

I. Morrison, treas., James H. Mc- 

Kernan, prest., Gustavus B. Sim- 

monds, supt. 
White Thomas, clerk, 12 n. Pennsylva- 
nia, bds. n. Meridian, bet. Second 

and Third. 
White Thomas, lab., Sinker's foundry, 

res. 82 e. South. 
White Thomas, moulder. Sinker & Co. 
White Thomas, teamster, bds. 391 "w. 

Washington. 
White William H., carpenter, 18 e. Pearl, 

res. 72 s. Maple. 
White William S., engineer, Clarksville, 

Tennessee, res, 433 e. Vermont. 
Whiteford Ellen Miss, servant, John 

Beaver, 259 e. McCarty. 
Whitehead Thomas, miller, Capital Mills, 

n. e. cor. Market and Canal, res. 420 

w. Washington. 
Whitehead Thomas J., carpenter, Byrkit 

& Sons., res. IGO Ft. Wayne av. 
Whiteside Maurice L., dentist, rooms 5 

and 6 Blackfork's blk., s. e. cor. 

Washington and Meridian, res. 

same. 
Whitman Bryant F., clerk, auditor's 

office, Bellefotaine R. R., res. last 

house Massachusetts av. 
Whitman L. Milton, insurance agt., res. 

493 n. East. 
Whitmore Oliver S., printer, Downey & 

Brouse, bds. 23 e. North. 

WHITNEY CHARLES C, 

manager Western Union Telegraph 
Co., office 11 s. Meridian, res. 94 s. 
Noble. 

Whitney Jonathan W., blacksmithing 
and horse-shoeing, 44 s. Pennsylva- 
nia, res. e. Georgia, bet. Noble and 
Liberty. 

Whitney Theophilus D., messenger, M. U. 
Express Co., res. 37 Indiana av. 

WHITNEY W. & CO., 

Rhine wines, bottled liquors, lager 
beer and cider, 29 s. Meridian, res. 
31 w. Ohio. 

Whitridge Samuel, painter, res. 60 e. 
Market. 

Whitridge William, painter and stencil 
cutter, office 60 e. Market, res. 363 
n. New Jersey. 

Whitsit & Bro., (Courtland E. & John A. 
W.,) manfs. of brick, and contrac- 
tors, s. w. cor. Washington and Me- 
ridian. 

WHITSIT COURTLAND E., 

(Hubbard & W., and W. & Bro.,) s. w. 
cor. Washington and Meridian, res. 
291 Virginia av. 



Whitsit John A,, (W. & Bro.,) s. w. cor. 

Washington and Meridian, res, 291 

Virginia av. 
Whitsitt John B., engineer, C. & I. C. R. 

R., res. 43 Bates. 
Whitson James, engineer, I. & C. R. 

R., bds. Ray House. 
Whittecer John, (col.,) servant, Samuel 

Ketchura, 165 s. Merrill. 
Whittecer Lizzie, (col.) servant, Mrs. 

Whittemore. 
Whittemore Elizabeth, boarding house, 

58 Benton. 
Whitten Elijah, (Rev.) res. 124 n. Ten- 
nessee. 
Whittenberg Charles, (W. & Rusharpe,) 

res. 217 e. Ohio. 
Whittiker Lewis, (col.,) teamster, res. 

68 Bicking. 
Whittle Roda, servant, W. Morgan, 191 

s. Alabama. 
Whitton Robert L., clerk, 47 s. Illinois, 

res. 198 s. Illinois. 
Wiatt Jackson, (col.,) porter, Billiard 

Hall, 48 s. Meridian, res. 512 Mas- 
sachusetts av. 
Wibke Henry, drayman, 76 s. Meridian, 

res. 293 n. Davidson. 
Wick Charles F., saloon, 55 n. Alabama, 

res. 565 e. Washington. 
Wick Isabella G. Mrs., clerk, p. O;, res. 

328 n. Illinois. 
Wick William W., lawyer, Franklin, 

Ind , res. 328 n. Illinois. 
Wiegand Anthony, florist and nursery, 

res. 200 w. South. 
Wiehaustroth Bristo, carpenter, res. 328 

s. Delaware. 
Wieley James G., salesman. New York 

Store, res. 279 w. Michigan. 
Wiell Frederick, lab., Spiegel, Thorns & 

Co., res. n. Noble, cor. Ohio. 
Wiennefelt David, bar-keeper, 231 s. 

Delaware, bds. same. 
Wiggins Benjamin, (col.,) cleaner, 50 n. 

Illinois, res. w. Michigan. 
Wiggins George, tinsmith, bds. 140 s. 

East. 
Wiggins George W., tinsmith, bds. 140 s. 

East. 
Wiggins Joseph P., (Foster, HoUoway & 

Co.,) and Pension agt., office cor. 

Virginia av.^ cor. s. Pennsylvania, 

bds. 115 n. Illinois. 
Wiggins Lizzie Miss, seamstress, 26 s. 

Meridian, up-stairs, res. same. 
Wiggins Perceval Eben, cabinet-maker, 

26 Virginia av., bds. at 115 n. Illi- 
nois. 
Wiggins William W., res. on Canal, bet. 

Merrill and South. 
Wiggs Wheeler, (Hetselgesser & W..) 

res. 198 s. Illinois. 



Fine Parlor and Drawer Room Furniture, at McCreery &. Fay's 



Wigman Clu'istian, baker, 107 e. Wash- 
ington, res. alley, bet. Market and 
Washington, and Liberty and East. 

Wiland William, lab., res. 138 s. xMeri- 
dian, 

Wilburn James, teamster, res. 272 Blake. 

Wilcox Charles D., grocer and produce 
dealer, s, e. cor. Virginia av. and 
Noble, res. G4 Fletcher's av. 

Wilcox David, teamster, res. 293 Blake. 

Wilcox Gertrude W, Miss, book-keeper, 
s. e. cor. Fletcher's av. and Noble, 
bds. 64 Fletcher's av. 

Wilcoxen William, cabinet-maker, Cobi- 
net-Makers' Union, res. 359 n. Noble. 

Wilde J H., saw-maker, 266 s. Meridian. 

Wilde Otto J., Notion Store, 115 s. Illi- 
nois, res. same. 

Wilder C. P., 26 e. Washington, res. 26 
n. Mississippi. 

Wiles Charles H., salesman, 32 s. New 
Jersey, bds. 47 n. East. 

Wiles Daniel H., (Connely, W. & Co.,) 
149 8. Meridian, res. 53 Ft. Wayne 
av. 

WILES HOUSE, 

Theodore Wiles, propr., cor. Mary- 
land and Illinois. 

Wiles & Reynolds, (William M. W. & 
Thomas E. R.,) drugs and medicines, 
48 n. Pennsylvania, cor. Market. 

WILES THOMAS, 

stoneware, 32 s. New Jersey, res. 47 
n. East. 

Wiles Thomas S., jr., clerk, 32 s. New Jer- 
sey, res. 47 n. East. 

Wiles William D., (Connelly, W.k Co.,) 
149 s. Meridian, res. 394 n. New 
Jersey. 

Wiles William M., (W. & Reynolds,) 48 
n. Pennsylvania, res. old No. 30 n. 
Delaware. 

Wiley Delany, physician,116 e. New York, 
res. 79 e. Michigan. 

Wiley Joseph, salesman, New York store, 
bds. 279 w. Michigan. 

WILEY & MARTIN", 

(William Y. W. & Luther R. M.,) 
real estate, stock and commercial 
brokers, commissioners and convey- 
ancers, 10| e. Washington. 

Wiley William M., paper-maker, Fields 
& Braden, res. 126 Blackford. 

Wiley William Y., (W. & Martin,) 10.} e. 
Washington, bds. Bates House. 

Wilhelm August, lab., res. 225 w. Ver- 
mont. 

Wilhelm Sophia, servant, 138 s. Pennsyl- 
vania, bds. same. 

Wilhite Richard, clerk, over 31 w. Wash- 
ington, bds. 83 n. Pennsylvania. 

Wilie Andrew, salesman, 13 n. Pennsyl- 



B U Y YOUR 

HOT-AIR FURNACES 

TUTEWILER BROS, 74 East Washington St. 
See page 214. 



Wilie Charles, salesman, 13 n. Pennsyl- 
vania, bds. 133 n. Alabama, 

Wilierman John, lab., res. 46 Cooper. 

WILKENS & HALL, 

(John A. W. & Thomas Q. H.,) fur- 
niture manufacturers and dealei'S, 
and upholsterers, 39 s. Illinois. 

Wilkens John, res. 80 e. Market. 

Wilkens John A., (W. & Hall,) 39 s. Illi- 
nois, res. 209 n. Liberty. 

Wilkeny Charles, res. 283 Davidson. 

Wilking Henry, lab., Spiegel, Thoms & 
Co., res. 110 n. Noble. 

Wilkins Clark L., bell-maker, Mooney & 
Co., bds. cor. Tennessee and Mary- 
land. 

Wilkins Peter, govornmerit detective, res. 
Fletcher av. 

WILKINSON & CO., 

booksellers and stationers, and med- 
ical book depot, and dealers in wall 
papers, window shades, etc., 56 e. 
Washington. See card, page 94. 

Wilkinson Frank M., book-keeper. Dun- 
lop & Goodwin, 16 and 18 n. Meri- 
dian, bds. Pyle House. 

Wilkison William, farmer, res. 85 n. Del- 
aware. 

Will John F., (Frenzel, W. & Co.,) 133 s. 
lUinios, res. cor. Ohio and Noble. 

Willard Albert B., book-keeper, 4 Bates 
House, res. n, w. cor. New York and 
Alabama. 

Willard Albert G., (W. & Stowell,) 4 
Bates House, res. 138 Massachusetts 
av. 

WILLARD & STOWELL, 

(Albert G. W. & Myron A. S.,) piano- 
forte warerooms, 4 Bates House, w. 
Washington. See card, 

Willard William, res. e. Washington, out 
city limits. 

Wilier Jacob, manf. and dealer in cigars 
and tobacco, 138 s. Illinois, res. 33 
w. McCarty. 

WILLETS JACOB S., 

agt. American Missionary Associa- 
tion and Western Freedmen's Aid 
Commission, office Wiley's blk., n. 
Pennsylvania, res. 383 n. Alabama. 

Willets William P., (Sawyer & W.,) res. 
74 e. Pratt. 



Emporium, 56 East Washington Street. See list, pages 38 and 150. 



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Willgus Jacob, engineer, Last Factory, 
res. 430 s. Illinois. 

Williams Aaron F., cashier, Indianapolis 
National Bank, n. e. cor. Pennsylva- 
nia and Washington, bds. 109 Vir- 
ginia av. 

Williams A. T., with VanCamp, Jackson 
& Co., 228 w. Ohio, res. same. 

Williams Benjamin H., agt. Atlantic & 
Great Western R. R., res. 298 e. 
Market. 

Williams Bruno, salesman, R. R. Parker, 
30 w. Washington, bds. 225 w. Ver- 
mont. 

Williams Charles, undertaker, 72 w. 
Washington, res. 20 w. Michigan. 

Williams Charles C, grocer, res. 748 n. 
Illinois. 

Williams Curtis, paper-hanger, 101 e. 
Washington, res. 299 s. East. 

Williams Daniel, plasterer, res. 277 e. 
New York. 

Williams Daniel G., (Todd, Carmichael & 
W.,) 33 e. Washington, res. 164 e. 
St. Clair. 

Williams David, machinist, Sinker & Co. 

Williams David J., boiler-maker, res. 237 
w. Merrill. 

Williams Edward, (col.,) servant, J. S. 
Newman, 243 n. Pennsylvania. 

Williams E. H., traveling agt., Chandler 
& Co. 

Williams George, lab., res. 181 Meek. 

Williams George, lab., res. 181 w. Wash- 
ington. 

Williams Oilman, packer, H. Daily & Co., 
bds. Concordia Hobse. 
iams 
Meek. 

Williams Horace, (col.,) lab., 14G s. Penn- 
sylvania, res. s. e. city. 

Williams Hubbard, painter, res, 259 Vir- 
ginia av. 

Williams, Jacob & Co., (William W,, Jo- 
seph J. & McPheeters,) wholesale 
notions, 4 w. Louisiana. 

Williams James, machinist, Phoenix 
Works, res. 88 n. California. 

Williams Jane T., (wid.) J. F., res. 88 
California. 

Williams Jefferson, insurance agt., feds. 
184 n. Tennessee. 

Williams Jenny, servant, 373 e. Georgia. 

Williams John, rail-pusher. Rolling Mill, 
res. 280 s. Tennessee. 

Williams John C, whitewasher, 85 w. 
Georgia, res, same. 

Williams John H., clerk, bds. 166 e. 
Maiket. 

Williams John H., heater, Rolling Mill, 
res. 260 s. Missouri. 

Williams John T., carpenter, res. 354 n. 
New Jersey. 



Williams John, lab., res. 263 s. Missouri. 
Williams Joshua, cooper, res. 249 s. New 

Jersey. 
Williams Kate E. Miss, res. 126 e. New 

York. 
Williams M., (VanCamp, Jackson & Co.,) 

223 w. Ohio, res. Fruitland, Illinois. 
Williams Murphy, lab,, res. alley, s. of 

Madison engine house. 
Williams Owen, grocer, res. 226 n. Illi- 
nois. 
Williams Rees R., engineer, res. 250 s. 

Tennessee. 
Williams Robert, cooper, res. 87 w. South. 
Williams Samuel, cabinet-maker, Spiegel, 

Thorns & Co., res. St, Joseph, bet. 

Meridian and Illinois. 
Williams Sue, ladies' boarding house, 281 

e. New York. 
Williams Thomas H., teamster, res. 131 

Huron. 
Williams Thomas T., brick-layer, res. 105 

Bradshaw. 
Williams William, (W., Jacob & Co.,) res. 

168 n. East. 
Williams William, policeman, res. 299 s. 

East. 
Williams William B., agt. Great Western 

Dispatch, 84 Virginia av., bds. 473 

n. Illinios. 
Williams William B., agt Great Western 

Cotton Express, 80 Virginia av,, bds. 

Bates House. 
Williams William G., blacksmith, res. 70 

Meek. 
Williams W. R., conductor, Citizens' 

Street Ry. 
Williamson Edwin, (J. A. Comingore & 

Co.,) 17 w. Washington, res. 405 n. 

New Jersey. 
Williamson Jane, res. 375 w, Washsing- 

ton. 
Williamson Marshal D., lumber dealer, 

res. e. side Meridian, bet. Second 

and Third. 
Willis Hannah, (col.,) servant, Indiana- 
polis Female Institute, n. e. cor. 

Pennsylvania and Michigan. 
Willis Lemuel, cook. Depot Dining Hall. 
Willis Mary, (col.,) servant, 410 n. Del- 
aware. 
Wilmington Edward M., deputy county 

auditor, res. 122 e. St, Mary. 
Wilmington Elijah D., driver. Citizen s 

Street Ry., bds. 58 Massach'isetts av. 
WILMINGTON LEVI F., 

policeman, (night,) first ward, res. 

68 Gregg. 
Wilmot Carolina Mrs,, seamstress, 255J 

e. Washington, res. same. 
WILSON ALFRED J., 

marble Works, 27 n. Tennessee, res. 

70 n. Liberty. 



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Wilson Andrew, paper-maker, bds. 327 

w. Maryland. 
WILSON ANN MRS., 

(wid.) William, groceries and pro- 
visions, 88 e. South, res. same. 

Wilson Benjamin, lab., res. 686 n. Illi- 
nois. 

Wilson Charles, salesman, China Tea 
Store, 7 Odd Fellows Hall, res. 178 
s. New Jersey. 

Wilson Charles, lab., res. 188 Winston. 

Wilson Charles G., painter, res. 266 s. 
Mississippi, r 

Wilson Frank, compositor. Herald office, 
bds. Littles Hotel. 

Wilson Gabriella Miss, music teacher, 
res. 266 s. Mississippi. 

Wilson George, revenue inspector for 
fourth and sixth districts, office, room 
15 p. 0. bldg., bds. Little's Hotel. 

Wilson Guy, salesman, New York Store, 
bds. 32 Indiana av. 

WMlson Henry A., conductor. Street Ry., 
res. 507 s. Tennessee. 

Wilson James, stone-cutter, cor. Missis- 
sippi and Louisiana, bds, 34 Ken- 
tucky av. 

Wilson James G., journeyman carpenter, 
res. 418 Indiana av. 

Wilson James H., shipping clerk, 76 s. 
Meridian, res. 20 w. Georgia, 

Wilson James H., stableman. Street Ry. 
Co., bds. Neiman House. 

Wilson James, lumber dealer, res. n. w. 
cor. Liberty and North. 

Wilson J. Coleman, manager, Western 
Union Telegraph, office at Union 
depot, bds. 167 n. Illinois. 

Wilson Jeff., (col.,) hostler, Hetselgesser 
& Wigg, bds. 198 8. Illinois. 

Wilson Jennie, servant, 160 e. Market. 

Wilson Johanna, (wid.) William, res. 
360 s. Delaware. 

Wilson John, mason, res. 188 w. Georgia. 

Wilson John, marble worker, 27 n. Ten- 
nessee, res. 70 n. Liberty. 

Wilson John, carpenter, res. 40 Jones. 

Wilson John F., traveling agt., Merrill & 
Co., 5 e. Washington. 

Wilson John M. C, baker, 12 s. Meridian, 
res. 262 s, Mississippi. 

Wilson Jobn S., builder, res. 68 n. East. 

Wilson John, tailor, 32 s. Meridian, up- 
stairs, res. 40 Fletcher's av. 

Wilson Joseph B., dealer in stoves and 
house-furnishing goods, 169 and 171 
■w. Washington, res. 476 n. Illinois. 

Wilson Joseph C, (Hunt & W.,) bds. 347 
n. Delaware. 

Wilson Laura, (col.,) chambermaid, 
Palmer House. 

Wilson L. D., clerk, Star Union Freight 
Line office, res. 97 w. Maryland, 



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Wilson Mary J., student, Indiana Female 
College, cor. Meridian and New 
Tork. 

Wilson Mary J. Miss, seamstress, 32 s. 
Meridian, up-stairs, res. 40 Fletch- 
er's av. 

WILSON OLIVER M., 

lawyer, notary public and U. S. 
Commissioner, Adjutant General 
Grand Army of the Republic, for In- 
diana, 2 i^tna bldg., n, Pennsylva- 
nia, res. 73 s. Tennessee. 

Wilson Peter, carpenter, res. 32 Henry. 

Wilson Ransom, (col.,) boot artist, 14 
Bates House, res. cor. Third and La- 
fayette. 

Wilson Rebecca Mrs., (Hebble & W.,) 101 
8. Illinois, res. Bluifrd., nearPough's 
run. 

Wilson Sanford B., boarding house, res. 
e. National rd., s. side. 

Wilson Sarah M., student, Indiana Fe- 
male College, cor. Meridian and 
New York, 

W^ilson Semiba A., (wid.) James B., res. 
239 e. Louisiana. 

Wilson Stephen, plasterer, res. 325 s. 
Alabama. 

Wilson Stephen B., traveling agt., Con- 
nely, Wiles & Co., res, 126 e. Wal- 
nut. 

Wilson Thomas K , clerk, J. B. Wilson, 
169 and 171 w. Washington, res. 
230 n. East. 

Wilson Thomas S., chief of police, res. 
178 s. New Jersey. 

Wilson William, book-keeper, 123 s. Me- 
ridian, res. 20 w. Georgia. 

Wilson William E., carpen':er, bds. e. Na- 
tional rd. 

Wilson v., revenue inspector, bds. Lit- 
tle's Hotel. 

Wiltshire John H., cooper, J. S. Carey & 
Co., bds. Railroad House, s. Illinois. 

Winchester Curtis, bar-tender, 29 s. Me- 
ridian, bds. 34 Circle. 

Winder Alfred, chief operator, W. U. 
Telegraph office, res. 93 s. Liberty. 

Winder John H., (La Dow, W. & Wise,) 
120 s'. Illinois, bds. Spencer House. 

Winert Frederick, tinsmith, bds. Jeffer- 
son House. 



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Wingate Edward H., (Harvey & W.,) 77 
e. Washington, res. 141 s. New Jer- 
sey. 

WINGATE JOSEPH P., 

groceries and provisions, 42 n. Penn- 
sylvania, res. 306 n. Delaware. 

Wingate Sarah, res. 141 s. New Jersey. 

WINGATE T. H., 

actuary Great-western Horse Insur- 
ance Co., room 7, Vinton's blk, n. 
Pennsylvania, res. n. w. cor. Penn- 
sylvania and Market. 

Wingate William, salesman, 42 n. Penn- 
sj?lvania, res. 306 n. Delaware. 

Wingate William D., (Hill & W.,) res. 
122 Virginia av. 

Wings Jahugh, detective, res. 48 w. 
North. 

Wink Isabella Miss, millinery goods, 152 
e. Washington, res. same. 

Wink Josephine, milliner, s. Illinois, res. 
189 e. Washington. 

Wink Therasa Mrs., midwife, res. 189 e. 
Washington. 

Winkle William F., driver, 15 s. Dela- 
ware, res. cor. Vermont and David- 
son. 

Winkle Catharine, (wid.) George, res. 
210 Madison av. 

Winnemecker Margaret, (wid.) Adam, 
res. 281 s. New Jersey. 

Winsch Frederick, painter, res. 139 Ste- 
vens. 

Winsler Simon, carpenter, res. 19 Meek. 

Winslow A. B., book-keeper, J. D. Con- 
dit, 6 Blackford's blk., bds, 54 Cir- 
cle. 

Winslow Ann, (col.,) (wid.) Jacob, wash- 
erwoman, res. 129 n. West. 

Winslow George, (col.,) hostler, 25 and 
27 e. Pearl, res. 344 n. West. 

Winson Charles, lab., res. 78 w. McCartj'. 

Winter Anthony, lab., res. 171 St. Mary. 

Winter David E., painter, 20 Virginia 
av., res. cor. Michigan and West. 

Winter George, cash boy. New York 
Store, res. 171 e. St. Mary. 

Winter Henry, blacksmith, 231 w. Wash- 
ington, bds. 286 Indiana av. 

Winter John A., painter, 20 Virginia av, 
bds. 317 s. East. 

Winters P. C, maulter, bds. Ray House. 

Winters Eliza, (wid.) Wm. G., bds. 88 e. 
South. 

Winters Henry, heading chipper, Terry 
& Co., bds. Nagle House. 

Wirth John R., clerk, 660 n. Tennessee, 
bds. same. 

Wischmeyer C. Henry, boot-maker, res. 
w. side Noble, bet. New York and 
Vermont. 

Wise August, carriage-smith, 26 e, Geor- 
gia, res. 573 e. St. Clair. 



Wise John, (Ladow, Winder & W.,) 120 
s. Illinois, res. Dayton, Ohio. 

Wiseman Barbara A., (wid.) A. J., res. 
199 n. Pennsylvania. 

Wiseman Margaret Mrs., res. 351 w. 
Washington. 

Wiseman Simon S., teamster, res. 355 w. 
Washington. 

Wiseman William, lab., res. 114 Meek. 

Wiseman William F., teamster, les. 391 
w. Washington. 

Wishard David, miller, works Charles 
Glazier, bds. Ray House. 

Wishmire Anthony, clerk, res. 274 e. 
Ohio. 

Wishmire Charles, lab., res. 345 e. Mc- 
Carty. 

Wishmire Christian F., saw mill, 278 
Davidson, res. 258 Davidson. 

Wismeyer Michael, salesman, 48 w, 
Washington, res. 345 e. McCarty. 

Withope Henry, carpenter, Helwig, Rob- 
erts & Co., res. 82 s. East. 

Witt Bennet F., real estate and claim 
agt., s. w. cor. Washington and Me- 
ridian, res. 303 n. New Jersey. 

Wittenberg Charles, (W. & Ruschhaupt,) 
37 e. Washington, res. 205 e. Ohio. 

Wittenberg Robert, salesman, 37 e. Wash- 
ington, res. 205 e. Ohio. 

WITTENBERG & RUSCH- 
AUPT, (Charles W. & Frederick 
R.,) dry goods, notions, fancy goods 
and trimmings, 37 e. Washington. 

Wittebrink Sophia Miss, servant, Cin- 
cinnati Bakery, bds. 107 e. Wash- 
ington. 

Witthaft Frederick, grocer, s. e. cor. East 
and Buchanan. 

Witti & Beorner, (Edward W. & Hav- 
mann B.,) grocers and produce deal- j 
ers, s. w. cor. McCarty and West. j 

Witti Edward, (W. & Beorner,) res. s. | 
w. cor. West and McCarty. j 

Wittingham Henry, book-binder, Nash- 
ville, Tennessee, res. 121 n. West. j 

Witthof Henry, cabinet-maker, res. 82 s. 
East. 

Wittlinger Jacob, grocer, 100 s. Noble, 
res. same. 

Witzmann John, teamster, res. 162 Win- 
ston. 

Woelz Charles A., confectioner, cor. New 
York and Delaware, res. 329 e. 
Michigan. 

Woerner Phillip, bar-tender, 78 w. 'Wash- 
ington, bds. same. 

Wolf Adam, bar-tender, 131 w. Washing- 
ton, bds, same. 

Wolf Catharine, (wid.) Phillip, propr. 
Cincinnati House, 176 s. Delaware. 

Wolf Elisha, carpenter, res. cor. Maple 
and Ray. 



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253 



Wolf Ernest M,, painter, 255 s. Missis- 
sippi, res. same. 

Wolf George, W. B. B. C, bds. 176 s. 
Delaware. 

Wolf Michael, conductor, J., M. & I. R. 
R., bds. Ray House. 

Wolf Otto, cooper, J. S. Carey & Co., res. 
w. Washington. 

Wolf Sarah, servant, 195 w. Maryland. 

Wolf Theodore, printer, Ben Franklin 
office, res. 255 s. Mississippi. 

Wolfenden Abram, carpenter, res. 399 s. 
West. , • 

Wolfram Albert T., printer, Downey & 
Brouse, res. 201 n. New Jersey. 

Wolfram CJiarles A., pressman, Indiana- 
polis Daily Journal, res. 201 n. New 
Jersey. 

Wolfram Christian A., tinsmith, Ti e. 
Washington, res. cor. Vermont and 
New Jersey. 

Wolfram Ernest, book-keeper, 49 e. Wash- 
ington, res. 201 n. New Jersey. 

Wolfram John A., flagman, Terra Haute 
depot, res. 161 Spring. 

Wolfram Sarah, (wid.) Charles, res. 201 
n. New Jersey. 

Wompmer H., lab., C. & I. C. freight de- 
pot. 

Wonder Elizabeth Mrs., (wid.) Phillip, 
res. 60 Hosbrook. 

Wonder John, student, commercial col- 
lege, bds. 60 Hosbrook. 

Wondersarr Winder, blacksmith, res. 435 
s. Illinois, 

Wood Alexander, rodman for City Engi- 
neer, Glenn's blk., res. s. side Ver- 
mont, bet. Meridian and Illinois. 

Wood Augustus D., capitalist, res. a. e, 
cor. Delaware and Vermont. 

WOOD & BOYD, 

(Levi W. & Frank A. B.,) oil deal- 
ers, and paints, oils and glass, 15 s. 
Meridian. 

Wood David A., entry clerk, 60 s. Meri- 
dian, res. e. Washington, outside 
city limits. 

Wood Daniel L, (Nutting & W.,) 21 w. 
Washington, res. 417 n, Pennsylva- 
nia. 
Wood Edmondson, carpenter, res. 124 

Bates. 
Wood Elisha B., student, N. W. C. Uni- 
versity, bds. 81 Cherry. 
Wood Enos, (Hinesley & W.,) 23 w. 

Pearl, res. 123 n. East. 
Wood Frank M., carriage blacksmith, 
cor. Kentucky av. and Georgia, bds. 
69 w. Market. 
WOOD & POUDRAY, 

(John M. W. & John E. F.,) livery, 
sale and boarding stable, 16 n. 
Pennsylvania. 



MARBLEIZED 

MANTLES AND GRATES 

Tutewiler Bros., 74 East Washington St. 
See card, page 214. 



Wood George, foreman, Terry & Co., bds. 
Nagel House. 

Wood G. P., student, commercial college, 
bds. 272 w. Maryland. 

Wood Herman, (Hinesley & W.,) res. 66 
w. New York. 

Wood Jacob S., (Jordan & W.,) res. 378 
Indiana av. 

Wood John F., (Eldridge & W.,) 30 w. 
Washington, res. 185 e. New York. 

Wood John M., (W. & Foudray,) 16 n. 
Pennsylvania, res. n. Pennsylvania, 
cor. Ohio. 

Wood Levi, (W. & Boyd,) 15 s. Meridian, 
res. 250 e. Vermont, cor. East. 

Wood Louisa J., (wid.) L. D., res. 218 e. 
South. 

Wood Sarah T. Mrs., (wid.) John, res. 
125 n. Pennsylvania. 

Wood Thomas J., journeyn?an carpenter, 
res. 271 Indiana av. 

Wood William D., traveling agt., res. 87 
Union. 

WOOD WILLIAM E,, 

propr. National Livery and Sale 
Stable, Court, bet. Pennsylvania and 
Delaware, res. 444 n. Pennsylvania, 
See card, page 62, 

Woodbridge Charles A., res. 160 n. Me- 
ridian. 

Woodbridge John, res. 160 n. Meridian. 

WOODBRIDGE JOHN & CO., 
china, glass and queeusware, plated 
ware and table cutlery, 16 w. Wash- 
ington. See card, page 42. 

Woodburn James H., (Thompson & W.,) 
res. 264 n. Illinois. 

Woodbury Uriah T., dentist, 30 a. Mis- 
sissippi, res. 44 n. Mississippi. 

Woodin A. M., printer, Journal office, bds. 
Oriental House. 

Woodford James A., book-keeper, 30 s. 
Meridian, bds. Oriental House. 

Woodford John, (col.,) barber, Spencer 
House, bds. Wiles House. 

Woodruff Ada Mrs., (wid.) Stephen, 
tailoress, 83 s. Pennsylvania, res. 
same. 

W^oods David, cabinet-maker, Spiegel, 
Thorns & Co., res. 452 e. Georgia. 

Woods Frank, wood-seller, res. 390 Vir- 
ginia av. 



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Woods John G., carpenter, res. 124 Bates. 

Woods James W., carpenter, res. 124 
Bates. 

Woods Lewis E., salesman, New York 
store, bds. Commercial Hotel. 

Woods Mary, (col.,) servant, 46 e. Ohio. 

Woods Neander M., drugs and medicines, 
79 e. iMarket. 

Woods Thomas, lab., bds. -300 s. Tennes- 
see. 

Woodsides Alexander, res. s. s. National 
rd., w. White river bridge. 

Woodson John S., journeyman painter, 
res, s. s. Second, bet. Meridian and 
Illinois. 

Woodworth Jacob, (Osgood, Smith & Co.,) 
res. St. Louis, Missouri. 

Woolf Moses, salesman, 64 s. Meridian, 
res. 230 e. New York. 

Woollen Greenly V., physician, supt. 
City Hospital, 35 e. Washington, res. 
City Hospital, cor. Locke and Mar- 
garet. 

Woollen Kasis Mrs., boarding house, G4 
s. Delaware. 

Woollen Milton A., constable, Center 
township, Marion co., res. 248 n. 
West, cor. Michigan. 

Woollen William I., (Sloan & W.,) 57 w. 
Washington, res. 279 w. Vermont. 

Woollen William W., cashier, Indiana 
Banking Co., 28 e. Washington, res. 
397 n. Pennsylvania. 

Woolrich John C, salesman, R. R. Parker, 
30 \7. Washington, bds. 69 w. Mary- 
land. 

Worland William, grocer, 150 w, Ver- 
mont, res. same. 

Worland William, feed store, 62 Virginia 
av., res. 50 Virginia av. 

World Mutual Life Insurance Co., 32 s. 
Meridian, Jerome Murray, general 
agt. 

Worley John, res. n. s. National rd., w. 
White river bridge. 

Worrell James, machinist, bds. Mrs. Whit- 
timore. 

Worth J. Clinton, salesman, 77 w. Wash- 
ington, bds. Pyle House. 

Worth Robert G., operator, W. U. Tele- 
graph office, res. 182 e. McCarty. 

V/orthington Wm., trunk-maker, bds. 115 
w. New York. 

Wortman Charles, (Stienmetz & Co.,) bds. 
329 s. East. 

Wortmann Gerard, lab., res. 406 s. Dela- 
ware. 

Woser Frederick, lab., Coburn & Jones, 
res. 40 Massachusetts av. 

Wran Mary, servant, J. McLene, 139 n. 
Pennsylvania, 

Wren Lawrence, lab., res. 123 w. Me 
Carty, 



Wren Mary Mrs , (wid.) John, res. 315 s. 

Delaware. 
Wren Thomas A., cash boy. New York 

store, res. 315 s. Delaware. 
Wreidt Charles, bowling alley and shoot- 
ing gallery, 34 west Georgia, res. 

same. 
Wright Arthur L., clerk, county treas. 

office, Court House Square, res. 426 

n. New Jersey. 
Wright Cayer M., (W. G. W. & Bro.,) 127 

e. Maryland, res. 230 s. Noble. 
Wright Charles, boarding house, 32 e. 

Ohio. 
Wright Charles, bowling alley and sa- 
loon, 34 w. Georgia, res. same. 
Wright Charles A., (W, & Russell,) 30^ 

w. Washington, res. 43 Chatham. 
Wright Charles E., medical student, Par- 

vin & Fletcher, bds, 257 s. Alabama. 
Wright Daniel B., currier, 49 s. Delaware, 

res. e. city limits, bet. Washington 

and Michigan rd. 
WRIGHT & ELBREG, 

(Mansur H. W. & George E.,) Brazil, 

Ind., manufacturers of fire brick, 

office 58^ e. Market. 
Wright Elizabeth Mrs., (wid.) Riley, res. 

171 Eddy. 

Wright Francis, salesman, Jones, Davis 
& Co., 3 Odd Fellows Hall, res. 228 
n. East. 

WRIGHT FRANK, 

proprietor ale brewery, foot w. New 
York, and dealer in oysters and 
canned fruits, 30 s, Mo-idian, res. 89 
• Indiana av. 

Wright Frank, propr. Atlantic Saloon, 

172 s. Illinois. 
WRIGHT & HARVEY, 

(Mansur H. W. & Thomas B. H.,) 
physicians and surgeons, office 58 e. 
Market. 

W^right Henry, (W. & Mick,) res. 88 e. 
Pratt. 

Wright Hiram N,, blacksmith, Bellefon- 
taine car shop, res. 265 w. Washing- 
ton. 

Wright Jacob T., county auditor, office 
Court House, res. 275 n. Delaware. 

Wright Jesse, dairyman, res. n. s. Na- 
tional rd., w. White river bridge. 

Wright John, salesman, New York store, 
res, old No. 36 n. Delaware. 

Wright John W., deliverer, 62 Virginia 
av., res. 230 s. Noble. 

Wright John R., {Wm. Sumner & Co.,) 
res. Cincinnati. 

Wright J. J., asst. physiciiin, Insane Asy- 
lum, National rd., two miles w. city, 

WRIGHT LEVI, 

grocer, 323 n. Alabama, res. 314 n. 
Alabama. 



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Wright Lorenzo, (coL,) barber, 50 e. 
Washington, bds. Wiles House, w. 
Maryland. 
Wright Mansur H., (W. & Harvey, and 
W. & Elbreg,) 58 e. Market, res. 302 
n. Delaware, cor. North. 
Wright Nathaniel, (col.,) barber, Spencer 

House, res. near City Hospital. 
Wright Richard M., shoe-maker, res. 22 

Orient. 
WRIGHT & RUSSELL, 

(Charles A. W. & George H. R.,) real 
estate brokens," 30| w. Washington. 
Wright Sallie D., student, Indiana Fe- 
male College, cor. Meridian and New 
York. 
Wright Theodore F., printer, Downey & 

Brouse, bds. Pattison House. 
Wright Wesley, res. 91 s. Pennsylvania. 
Wright Wm. G., (Wm. G. W. & Bro.,) 127 

e. Maryland, res. 271 Virginia av. 
Wright W. H., salesman, 52 s. Meridian, 

res. 866 n. Illinois. 
Wright William M., book-keeper, Jones, 
Davis &Co., 3 Odd Fellows Hall, res. 
280 n.East. 
Wright Willis W., notary public, 24| e. 
Washington, res. on Central R. R., e. 
city limits. 
Wrynn Edward, wagon-maker, res. 99 s. 

New Jersey. 
Wrynn Thomas, contractor, res. Cumber- 
land, bet. Alabama and New Jersey. 
WUEST & CO., 

(J. W., H. Richter & J. Deschlar,) 
planing mill, cor. Pratt and Ala- 
bama. 
Wuest John, (W. & Co.,) res. 143 Fort 

Wayne av. 
Wundram Lewis, boot-maker, res. §83 s. 

Delaware. 
Wundram William^ tailor, res. 385 a. Del- 
aware. 
Wurgler G. Adolph, dairyman, res. s. s. 
National rd., w. White river bridge. 
Wurley William, teamster, res. 337 n. 

New Jersey. 
Wurt Christ, tinner, 103 e. Washington. 
Wyatt Thomas, brick-layer, res. 83 Ben- 
ton. 
Wylie Andrew, salesman, 13 n. Pennsyl- 
vania, res. 131 n. Alabama. 
Wylie Charles, salesman, 13 n. Pennsyl- 
vania, res. 131 n. Alabama. 
Wyman John, lab., res. 40 Coburn. 
Wynn Wilbur S., salesman, Bowen, Stew- 
art & Co., bds. 38 e. St. Joseph. 
Wysong Madison, brick-layer, res. 43 

Russell. 
Wysong Jesse D., brick-layer, res. 41 

Russell. 
Wysong John, brick-layer, res. 61 Rus- 
sell. 



GAS AND STEAM FITTERS. 

MANNING, RAMSAY & CO. 

82 West Washington Street, 

FILL ORDERS IN THEIR LINE. 

See card, page 162. 



YACHMANN HARMAN, tailor, res. 
110 Virginia av. 

Yaeger Christ, lab., C. & I. C. freight 
depot. 

Yaeger Christian, res. 193 e. Washington. 

Yandes Daniel, sen., (Sinker & Co.,) 125 
s. Pennsylvania, bds. 84 w. Vermont, 

Yandes Daniel, jr., jobber in leather, 
hides, oils and shoe-findings, 38 e. 
Washington, res. 179 e. New York. 

Yandes George B., (Y. & Kemper,) 262 s. 
Illinois, bds. Bates House. 

Yandes & Kemper, sash factory, 262 s. 
Illinois. 

Yandes Simon, office 19 e. Washington, 
bds. Sherman House. 

Yarbrough Peter, engineer, Central R. 
R., res. 155 Meek. 

Yarmy well Charles, saloon, 219 e. Wash- 
ington, res. 117 8. Noble. 

YangerNatz, butcher, res. 300 e. Georgia. 

Yaust Charles, stone-mason, res. 372 s. 
West. 

Yau James, lab., res. 302 w. Market. 

Yeager Christ, merchant, res. 293 e. 
Washington. 

Yeager Henry, lab.. Roots' Foundry. 

Yeager William, grocer, 248 n. Noble, 
res. same. 

Yersmyer Mary, cook, City Hospital. 

Yewell Solomon, book-keeper, hair fac- 
tory, res. 320 Madison av. 

Yohn Charles G., student, N. W. C. Uni- 
versity, bds. 206 n. Delaware. 

Yohn James C, capitalist, res. 206 n. 
Delaware. 

Yontsoy William, plow handle maker, 
bds. 246 s. Illinois. 

Yorger Clemens, butcher, 245 e. Wash- 
ington, res. 172 Spring, bet. New 
York and Vermont. 

Yorger John, (J. Y. & Bro., ) 245 e. Wash- 
ington, res. Arsenal rd., e. city. 

Yorger John & Bro., (John & Natz Y.,) 
meat market, 245 e. Washington. 

Yorger Nats, (John Y. & Bro.,) 245 e. 
Washington, res. Blufi" rd., out city 
limits. 

York Andrew J., steward, Ray House, 

bds. same. 
Yost Henry, stone-mason, bds. 271 w. 
Washingtoia. 



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Yost John, stone-mason, res. 378 s. West. 
Yost Thomas, stone contractor, res. 271 

w. Washington. 
YOUART JOHN M., 

surgeon, 130 n. Pennsylvania, res. 

128 n. Pennsylvania. 
Young Christ, pattern-maker, Root & Co., 

res. 121 Duncan. 
Young G., merchant tailor, room 5 Eden's 

blk., e. Market. 
Young George, machinist, Bellefontaine 

car shop, res. 120 s. New Jersey. 
Young Isaac, fireman, J. M. & I. R. R., 

bds. 192 e. McCarty. 
Young Jacob, salesman, G4 e. Washing- 
ton, res. 290 e. St. Clair. 
Young John, (Y. & Alexander,) res. 289 

Winston. 
Young John, lawyer, room 5 Hereth's 

blk., n. Delaware, res. cor. Christian 

av. and Broadway. 
Young Lewis, barber, bds. 124 Duncan. 
Young Louis, cigars and tobacco, 77 s. 

Illinois, res. same. 
Young Sarah Miss, dress-maker, 83 c. 

Washington, res. same. 
YOUNGERMAN CHARLES, 

blacksmith, res. 117 s. Noble. 
Youngermau Conrad, blacksmith, res. 22 

Bates. 
Youngerman Mary P., (wid.) Conrad, 

res. 120 Massachusetts av. 
Young Men's Christian Association, Vin- 
ton blk.. opp. p. o. 
Young Men's Library Association, s. w. 

cor. Washington and Meridian. 
Youts Petei', wagon-maker, 231 w. Wash- 
ington, bds. 233 w. Washington. 
Youtsay Thomas, spoke-turner, Osgood, 

Smith & Co., res. 222 s. Illinois. 
Youtsay Willam M., plow handle grinder, 

bds. 222 8. Illinois. 



ZABEL CHARLES, Cabinet-Makers' 
Union, res. n. Winston. 
Zahringer Ferdinand, cabinet-maker, 
Cabinet-Makers' Union, res. 518 
Plank rd. 
Zehe Andrew, cooper, res. 440 s. Meri- 
dian, 
Zelainger J., painter, bds. UnioJi House. 



Zellers Henry, mattress-maker, 73 n. 
Missouri, bds. n. Illinois. 

Zely John, saloon, 208 w. Washington, 
res. same. 

Zeph Mathias, car greaser. Central R. R., 
res. 10 Meek. 

ZEUBLIN BROS., 

(John & Johathan Z.,) manufacturers 
Braddock's Uil Polish Blacking, 57 
8. Illinois. 

Zeublin John, (Z, & Bro.,) 57 s. Illinois, 
res. Pendleton, Ind. 

Zeublin Jonathan, (Z. & Bro.,) 57 s. Illi- 
nois, res. Pendleton, Ind. 

Zia Andrew, cooper, res. 132 s. Meridian. 

Ziegel Lewis, bar-tender, 139 s. Illinois, 
bds. same. 

Ziegler George H., notary public, with 
II. B. Finch, room 6, Talbott & New's 
blk., n. Pennsylvania, res. 70 n. East, 

Zigler Charles, bar-tender, Circle Res- 
taurant, 15 n. Meridian, res. same. 

Zinimer Ferdinand, (Z. & Simon,) 111 8. 
Illinois, res. 24 Merrill, bet. Dela- 
ware and Alabama. 

Zimmer Peter, moulder, res. 349 s. Penn- 
sylvania. 

ZIMMER & SIMON, 

(Ferdinand Z. & Friday S.,) saloon, 
llO s. Illinois. 

Zimmerman Christopher, slate roofer, res. 
n.s. e. Washington, near corporation. 

Zimmerman Gothlep, butcher, res. 333 w. 
North. 

Zimmerman Henry, machinist, res. 130 
Spring. 

Zimmerman Hettie A., servant, J. S. New- 
man, 243 n. Pennsylvania. 

Zink Henry, barber, Union Depot, res. 
228 s. Delaware, 

Zion Church, German Evangelical, n. s. 
Ohio, bet. Meridian and Illinois. 

Zobel Peter, butcher, shop 366 Virginia 
av., res. same. 

Zscbech Frederick, carpenter, res. 90 
Union. 

Zscheck Gustavus, (Eagle Machine 
Works,) opp. Union Depot, s. Meri- 
dian, res. s. Meridian, bet. South and 
McCarty. 

Zumbusch Theodore, watck-raaker, 93 e. 
Washington, res. 61 e. Maryland. 



ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY 



-OF- 



STREETS, AVENUES AND ALLEYS 



IN INDIANAPOLIS 



The principal streets crossing Washington Street are divided into North and South ; thoee crossing Meri- 
dian Street into East and West. The four principal Avenues extend in four diagonal 
^directions, from near the center to the extreme limits of the city. 



A GNES, north and south, from New 

jrii_york to North, tv/elve blocks west 
of Meridian. 

Alabama, north and south, three blocks 
east of Meridian. 

Alleghaney Alley, east and west from 
Tennessee, bet. Vermont and Michi- 
gan. 

Ann, from Macauley to Cathai'ine, beU 
Tennessee and Mississippi. 

Arch, east and west, bet. Jackson and 
Noble, nine blocks north of Wash- 
ington. 

Archer, from Michigan to St. Clair, four 
blocks east of corporation. 

Arsenal, from east National road to 
Michigan, one-half mile east of cor- 
poration. 

Ash, from Massachusetts av. to Home av., 
bet. Bellefontaine and Oak. 

AthoD, north and south, from Rhode 
Island to Indiana av., ten blocks 
west of Meridian. 

BARNHILL, north and south from 
Elizabeth to Coe, sixteen blocks west 

of Meridian. 
Bates, east and west, from Noble to cor ■ 

poration east, four blocks south of 

Washington. 
Beaty, from Buchanan to McCarty, bet. 

Noble and Greer. 
Bellefontaine, from corporation to Home 

av., bet. Peru and Ash, 
Benton, north and south, from Harrison 

to Market, bet. Noble and Cady. 
Bicking, east and west, from Delaware to 

East, two blocks south of McCarty. 
Biddle, east and west, bet. Winston and 

corporation east, seven blocks north 

of Washington. 
Blackford, north and south, from National 

road to North, seven blocks west of 

Meridian. 



Blake, north and south, from National 

road to India: 

of Meridian. 
Bluif Road, terminus south Meridian. 
Bradshaw, east and west, from Beaty to 

Virginia av., bet. Buchanan and Mc- 
Carty. 
Brett, east and west, beyond corporation, 

west of Michigan road. 
Bright, north and south, from Ohio to 

North, eight blocks west of Merid- 
ian. 
Broadway, from St. Clair to Home av., 

bet. Plum and Jackson. 
Brooks, north and south, from First to 

Drake, bet. Michigan road and Fall 

creek. 
Buchanan, east and west, from East to 

Virginia av., bet. Dougherty and 

McCarty. 
Butler, east and west, from Ft. Wayne 

av. to College av., twelve blocks north. 

of Washington. 

CADY, north and south, from Harrison 
to Market, one block east of Benton. 

California, north and south, from Wash- 
ington to St. Clair, six blocks west 
of Meridian. 

Campbell, east and west, east of corpo- 
ration, six blocks north of Washing, 
ton. 

Catharine, east and west, from Missis- 
sippi to West, bet. Merrill and Mc- 
Carty. 

Cedar, north-east and south-west, from 
Dillon to Virginia av., bet. Grove 
and Pine. 

Center, weast and est, from Douglas to 
Ellen, bet. North and Elizabeth. 

Chadwick, from McCarty to city limits 
south, bet. Missouri and West. 

Chatham, from Massachusetts av. to St. 
Clair, bet. East and Noble. 



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Cherry, east and west, bet. Ft. Wayne 
av, and Charles, ten blocks north of 
Washington. 

Chestnut, from Georgia to Morris, bet. 
Delaware and Pennsylvania. 

Chesapeake Alley, east and west, from 
Mississippi to West, bet. Maryland 
and Georgia. 

Choptank Alley, from Washington to 
St. Clair, bet. New Jersey and East. 

Christian Avenue, east and west, from Ft. 
Wayne av. to Peru R. R., eleven 
blocks north of Washington. 

Circle, crossing of Meridian and Mar- 
ket, one block north of Washington, 

Coburn, east and west, from East to 
Short, bet, Dougherty and corpora- 
tion south. 

Coe, east and west, west of corporation 
line, ten blocks north of Washing- 
ton. 

College Avenue, from Christian av. to 
Home av,, bet. Ash and Broadway. 

Columbia Alley, north and south, from 
Georgia to Michigan, bet. West and 
Missouri. 

Cottrell, from Louisiana to Geoi-gia. bet. 
Missouri and West. 

Court, east and west, bet, Washington 
and Market, from Pennsylvania to 
Delaware. 

Crane, east and west, from Arsenal to 
Seymour, two blocks north of Wash- 
ington. 

Cross, east and west, bet. Peru and 
Bellefontaine R. R., eleven blocks 
north of Vt'ashington. 

DACOTA, from Rockwood to city lim- 
its south, bet. West and White river. 

Davis, north-east and south-west, from 
Indiana av, to Fall creek, twelve 
blocks north of Washington. 

Delaware, north and south, two blocks 
east of Meridian. 

Dillon, north and south, from Harrison 
to corporation south, on corporation 
line east. 

Dorman, from Michigan to St, Clair, one 
block east of corporation. 

Dougherty, east and west, from East to 
Virginia av., bet. Buchanan and 
Coburn. 

Douglas, north and south, from Ohio to 
Indiana av., nine blocks west of Me- 
ridian. 

Downey, east and west, from Bluff road 
to Japan, fourteen blocks south of 
Washington. 

Drake, east and west, beyond corpora- 
tion, west of Michigan road. 

Duncan, east and west, from Delaware to 
New Jerseys bet. South and Merrill. 



Dunlop, east and west, from Bluff road 
to Japan, fifteen blocks south of 
Washington. 

EAST, north and south, five blocks 
east of Meridian. 
East Cumberland, east and west, from 

Delaware to East, one-half block 

south of Washington. 
East National Road, terminus e. Wash- 
ington. 
Eckert, from Kentucky av. to Merrill, 

bet. West and Kentucky av. 
Eddy, from Merrill to South, bet. Illinois 

and Tennessee. 
Eighth, east and west, eighteen blocks 

north of Washington. 
Elizabeth, east, and west, from Blake to 

Ellen, eight blocks north of Wash- 
ington. 
Elk, north-east and south-west, from 

Dillon to Virginia ay., bet. Dillon 

and Virginia av. 
Ellen, north and south, from North to 

Indiana av., eight blocks west of 

Meridian. 
Ellis, from Georgia to Maryland, bet. 

West and Helen. 
Ellsworth, north and south, from New 

York to Vermont, bet. Missouri and 

Mississippi. 
Elm, north-west and south-east, from 

Noble to Dillon, bet. Virginia av. 

and Huron. 
Erie Alley, from Washington to St. Clair, 

bet. Alabama and New Jersey. 

FAYETTE, north and south, from 
North to St, Clair, bet. Missouri and 
West. 

Fifth, east and west, fifteen blocks north 
of Washington. 

First, east and west, west of Meridian, 
eleven blocks north of Washington. 

Fletcher Aveune, north-west and south- 
east, from Noble to Dillon, bet. For- 
est av. and Huron. 

Forest Avenue, north-west and south- 
east, from Harrison to Dillon, bet. 
Harrison and Fletcher ay. 

Fort Wayne Avenne, north-east and 
south-west, from i?ennsylvania and 
North to city limits north-east. 

Fort Wayne Road, terminus Ft. Wayne 
av. 

Fourth, east and west, fourteen blocks 
north of Washington. 

Franklin, from Morris to city limits 
south, bet. Wallace and Japan. 

GARDEN, east and west, from Missis- 
sippi to Pennsylvania, bet. South 
and Merrill. 



LOGAN'S INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 



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Geisendorff, north and south, from Na- 
tional road to New York, nine blocks 
west of Meridian. 

Georgia, east and west, two blocks south 
of Washington. 

Grant, bet. West and Kentucky av., one 
block south of Merrill. 

Greer, from Buchanan to Stevens, bet. 
East and Beaty. 

Gregg, east and west, bet. New Jersey and 
Jackson, nine blocks n. Washington. 

Grove, north-east and south-west, from 
Dillon to Vrirginia av., bet. Elk and 
Cedar. 

HARRISON, east and west, from No- 
ble to corporation east, four blocks 

south of Washington. 
Helen, from Maryland to Louisiana, bet. 

Ellis and White river. 
Henderson, north and south, terminus of 

north Illinois. 
Henry, east and west, from Missouri to 

Mississippi, bet. South and Merrill. 
High, from McCarty to corporation south, 

bet. New Jersey and Alabama. 
Home Avenue, east and west, from Ft, 

Wayne av. to Peru R. R., thirteen 

blocks north of Washington. 
Hosbrook, north-west and south-east, 

from Cedar to Dillon, bet. Virginia 

av. and Elm. 
Howard, north and south, from First to 

Seventh, bet. Lafayette and Mill. 
Hudson Alley, from Ohio to Walnut, bet. 

Delaware and Alabama. 
Huron, east and west, from Virginia av. 

to Noble, one block south of South. 
Huron, north-west and south-east, from 

Noble to Dillon, bet. Fletcher av. and 

Elm. 

ILLINOIS, north and south, one block 
west of Meridian. 
Indiana Avenue, north-west and south- 
east, from corner Ohio and Illinois 
to city limits north-west. 

JACKSON, from St. Clair to Home av., 
bet. Broadway and East. 
Japan, north and south, extension of 

south East. 
John, east and west, bet. Peru and Belle- 
fontaine R. R., ten blocks north of 
Washington. 
Jones, east and west, from West to Da- 
cota, six blocks south of McCarty, 

KANKOKEE ALLEY, from Michigan 
to North, bet. Illinois and Tennessee. | 
Kansas, east and west, from Meridian to ! 
Minnesota, thirteen blocks south of 
Washingion. 1 



Kentucky Avenue, north-east and south- 
west, from corner Washington and 
Illinois to city limits south-west. 

Kingan, east and west, from West to 
White river, two blocks south of 
McCarty. 

LAFAYETTE, north and south, from 
First to city limits, bet. Mississippi 
and Howard. 

Lafayette Road, terminus Indiana av. 

Lenox, north and south, from Seventh to 
Ninth, bet. Lafayette and Mill. 

Liberty, north and south, sis blocks east 
of Meridian. 

Lockerbie, east and west, from East to 
Liberty, bet. New York and Ver- 
mont. 

Locust, from McCarty to Morris, bet. Me- 
ridian and Union. 

Lord, east and west, from Noble to corpo- 
ration east, bet. Louisiana and Har- 
rison. 

Louisiana, east and west, three blocks 
south of Washington. 

~[\/rACAULEY, esst and west, from Ann 

i.VJ.to Missouri, one block south of Mc- 
Carty. 

Madison Avenue, north-west and south- 
east, from corner South and Merid- 
ian to city limits south. 

Madison Road, terminus Madison av. 

Maple, from Ray to Morris, bet. Tennes- 
see and Illinois. 

Margaret, east and West, south of City 
Hospital. 

Maria, east and west, east of city Hospital. 

Market, east and west, one block north 
of Washington. 

Maryland, east and west, one block south 
of Washington. 

Massachusetts Avenue, north-east and 
south-west, from corner of Ohio and 
Pennsylvania to city limits north- 
east. 

Maxwell, north and south, from Elizabeth 
to Davis, fourteen blocks west of Me- 
ridian. 

Mayhew, east and west, beyond corpora- 
tion, west of Michigan road. 

Meek, east and west, from Noble to cor- 
poration east, two blocks south of 
Washington. 

Meikle, from McCarty to city limits south, 
bet. Mississippi and Missouri. 

MERIDIAN, north and south, through 
Governor's Circle, bet. Pennsylvania 
and Illinois. 

Merrill, east and west, six blocks south of 
Washington. 

Miami Alley, east and west, bet. Ohio and 
New York. 



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Michigan, east aud west, five blocks 
north of Washington. 

Michigan Road, terminus north-west. 

Michigan Road, (east,) east terminus, 
Washington, ten blocks east of Me- 
ridian. 

Mill, north and south, from Fifth to city 
limits, bet. Howard and Michigan 
road, 

Minerva, north and south, from Ohio to 
North, eleven blocks west of Meri- 
dian. 

Minnesota, from Morris to city limits 
south, bet. Tennessee and West. 

Mississippi, north and south, three blocks 
west of Meridian. 

Missouri, north and south, four blocks 
west of Meridian. 

Mobile Alley, east and west, from Meri- 
dian to Mississippi, bet. Georgia and 
Louisiana. 

Morris, east and west, twelve blocks 
south of Washington. 

Morrison, east and west, bet. Delaware 
and Alabama, twelve blocks north of 
Washingtoh. 

Mulberry, from McCarty to Morris, bet. 
Union and Chestnut. 

Muskingum Alley, from Louisiana to 
First, bet. Tennessee and Illinois. 

McCarty, east and west, eight blocks 
fcouth of Washington. 

McGill, from Louisiana to South, bet. 
Mississippi and Missouri. 

McGinnis, from McCarty to Ray, bet. 
Tennessee and Mississippi. 

Mclntire, east and west, beyond corpora- 
tion, west of Michigan road. 

McKernan, from Buchanan to corpora- 
tion south, bet. Short and Wright. 

McNabb, east and west, from Illinois to 
Meridian, bet. Louisiana and South, 

NEW JERSEY, north and south, four 
blocks east of Meridian. 
New York, east and west, three blocks 

north of Washington. 
Ninth, east and west, fourteen blocks 

north of Washington. 
North, east and west, six blocks north of 

Washington. 
Noble, north and south, seven blocks east 

of Meridian. 

OAK, from Massachusetts av. to Chris- 
tian av., bet. Ash and Plum. 
Ohio, east and west, two blocks north of 

Washington. 
Oregon, north and south, from First to 
Pratt, bet. Brooks and Michigan road. 
Osage Alley, north and south, from Geor- 
gia to Pratt, bet. Missouri and Mis- 
sissippi. 



Oxford, east and west, bet. Charles and 
corporation east, nine blocks north 
of Washington. 

PATTERSON, north and south, from 
Vermont to Elizabeth, thirteen blocks 
west of Meridian. 

Pearl, east and west, from Illinois to 
Pennsylvania, half block south of 
Washington. 

Peck, bet. old and new cemetery, termi- 
nus Kentucky av. 

Pendleton Pike, terminus Massachusetts 
av. 

Pennsylvania, north and south, one block 
east of Meridian. 

Peru, from North to Home av., nine 
blocks east of Meridian. 

Phipps, east and west, from Meridian to 
Pennsylvania, bet. Merrill and Mc- 
Carty. 

Pine, north-east and south-west, from 
Harrison to Virginia av., one block 
east of Noble. 

Plum, from St. Clair to Christian av., 
bet. Oak and Broadway. 

Poplar, east and west, from Union to 
Chestnut, two blocks south of Mc- 
Carty. 

Potomac Alley, east and west, bet. \Vash- 
ington and Market. 

Pratt, east and west, nine blocks north 
of Washington. • 

|3AILR0AD, from Market to Massa- 

Jl\) chusetts av,, bet. Spring and David- 
son. 

Ray, east and west, from McGinnis to 
Chestnut, two blocks south of Mc- 
Carty. 

Rhode Island, east and west, eight blocks 
north of Washington. 

River, south of old cemetery. 

Roanoke Alley, north and south, from 
Ohio to First, bet. Tennessee and 
Mississippi. 

Rock wood, east and west, from West to 
Dacota, three blocks south of Mc- 
Carty. 

Root, east and west, from West to White 
river, one block south of McCarty. 

Rose, bet. West and Kentucky av., two 
blocks south of Merrill. 

Russell, north and south, from Meridian 
to Illinois, bet. McCarty and Merrill. 

SAND, south-east, from Kentucky av, 
to White river, one block west of 
West. 
Sanders, east and west from Shelbyville 
road to terminus of Wright, termi- 
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School, north and soTith, from South to 
Huron, bet. Noble and Virginia av. 

Scioto Alley, from Washington to New 
York, bet. Meridian and Pennsylva- 
nia. 

Second, east and west, twelve blocks 
north of Washington. 

Seventh, east and west, seventeen blocks 
north of Washington. 

Severn Alley, north and south, from Lou- 
isiana to Second, bet. Meridian and 
Illinois. , " 

Seymour, from east National road to 
Ci-ane, one-half mile east of corpor- 
ation. 

Sharpe, east and west, from Eckert to 
Missouri, bet. South and Merrill. 

Shelbyville Road, terminus Virginia av. 

Short, from Dougherty to city limits 
south, bet. McKernan and Virginia 
av. 

Sinker, east and west, from Alabama to 
East, one block north of McCarty. 

Sixth, east and west, sixteen blocks 
north of Washington. 

Smith, north and south from Rhode 
Island to Indiana av,, eleven blocks 
west of Meridian. 

South, east and west, four blocks south 
of Washington. 

Spring, from Market to St. Clair, bet. 
Noble and Railroad. 

Stevens, east and west, from East to Vir- 
ginia av., one block north of Mc- 
Carty. 

Susquehanna Alley, from Washington to 
North, bet. Pennsylvania and Dela- 
ware. 

St. Clair, east and west, eight blocks 
north of Washington. 

St. Joseph, east and west, ten blocks 
north of Washington. 

TENNESSEE, north and south, two 
blocks west of Meridian. 
Tenth, east and west, twenty blocks 

north of Washington. 
Third, east and west, thirteen blocks 

north of Washington. 
Thomas, east and west, from West to Da- 
cota, five blocks south of McCarty. 
Tinker, east and west, seventeen blocks 

north of Washington. 
Tippecanoe Alley, east and west, from 

Tennessee to Illinois, bet. New York 

and Vermont. 
Torbet, east and west, from Fall Creek to 

Michigan road, beyond corporation. 

UNION, from Merrill to Morris, bet. 
Meridian and Chestnut, 



VERMONT, east and west, four blocks 
north of Washington. 

Vine, east and west, liet. Jackson and 
Charles, nine blocks north of Wash- 
ington. 

Vinton, east and west, from West to Da- 
cota, four blocks south of McCarty. 

Virginia Avenue, north-west and south- 
east, from corner Washington and 
Pennsylvania, to city limits south- 
east. 

WABASH ALLEY, east and west, 
bet. Market and Ohio. 

Wallace, from Morris to city limits 
south, bet. Madison road and Frank- 
lin. 

Walnut, east and west, seven blocks 
north of Washington. 

WASHINGTON, east and west, length 
of city, first street south of Gover- 
nor's Circle. 

Waters, from Stevens to McCarty, bet. 
Greer and Virginia av. 

Wesson, east and west, from Arsei:;al to 
Seymour, one block north of Wash- 
ington. 

West, north and south, five blocks west 
of Meridian. 

West Cumberland, east and west, from 
Tennessee to White river, one-half 
block south of Washington. 

West National Road, east and west, west 
White river bridge. 

Westfield Pike, terminus north Illinois. 

Wilkins, east and west, from Tennessee 
to Chestnut, three blocks south of 
McCarty. 

Willard, from Merrill to Garden, bet. 
Tennessee and Mississippi. 

Willard, north and south, south side east 
National road, one-half mile east of 
corporation. 

Wilson, north and south, from Elizabeth 
to Davis, fifteen blocks west of Me- 
ridian. 

Winston, from Ohio to Walnut, ten 
blocks east of Meridian. 

Wisconsin, east and west, from W^est to 
Meridian, fourteen blocks south of 
Washington. 

Wood, north and south, from Michigan to 
North, bet. Missouri and Mississippi. 

Wright, from Buchanan to corporation 
south, one block west of McKernan. 

Wyoming, east and west, from Delaware 
to East, one block south of McCarty. 

YEISER, east and west, from Bluff 
road to Japan, thirteen blocks south 
of Washington. 



PUBLIC HALLS, 

BLOCKS AND BUILDINGS, 



m INDIANAPOLIS. 



ALVORD'S Block, south-west corner 
Meridian and Georgia. 
iEtna Building, east side Pennsylvania, 
bet. Washington and Market. 

BLACKFORD'S Block, south-east cor- 
ner Washington and Meridian, 
Brown's Block, north-west corner Wash- 
ington and Pennsylvania. 

COLLEGE Hall, south-west corner 
Washington and Pennsylvania. 
Commercial Building, corner Meridian 

and Circle. 
Court House and County Offices, square 
bet. Washington and Market, and 
Delaware and Alabama. 

EDEN'S Block, south side east Market, 
bet, Pennsylvania and Delaware. 

FATOUT'S Block, south side west 
Washington, bet. Mississippi and 
the Canal. 

GLENNS' Block, south side east Wash- 
ington, bet. Meridian and Pennsyl- 
vania. 
Good Templars' Hall, south-west corner 
Washington and Meridian. 

HERALD Building, north side east 
Washington, bet. Pennsylvania and 
Meridian. 
Hereth's Block, north Delawpre, opposite 
Court House. 

JOURNAL Building, (new,) corner 
east Market and Circle. 

MARMONT'S Hall, south Illinois, cor- 
ner Georgia. 
Masonic Hall, south-east corner Washing- 
ton and Tennessee. 
Metropolitan Theater Hall, north-east 
corner Washington and Tennessee. 



Miller's Block, north-west corner Illinois 
and Market. 

Miller's Hall, south-east corner of Ohio 
and Illinois. 

Morrison's Opera Block, north-east cor- 
ner Meridian and Maryland. 

Mozart Hall, east side south Delaware, 
bet. Washington and Maryland. 







DD FELLOWS Hall, north-east cor- 
ner Pennsylvania and Washington, 

►OST OFFICE Building, south-east 
corner Pennsylvania and Market. 



SCHNULL'S Block, south-west corner 
Meridian and Maryland. 

Seidensticker's Block, opposite south side 
Union Depot. 

State House, full square, bet. Washington 
and Market and Tennessee and Mis- 
sissippi. 

Supreme Court and State Office Building, 
south-west corner Washington and 
Tennessee. 

TALBOTT & NEWS Block, east side 
north Pennsylvania, bet. Washing- 
ton and Market, 
Temperance Hall, north side west Wash- 
ington, bet. Illinois and Meridian. 

UNION DEPOT, Louisiana, bet. Illi- 
nois and Meridian. 
Union Hall, south side east Washington, 

bet. Delaware and Alabama. 
United States Offices and Court Room, in 
Post Office Building, south-east cor- 
ner Pennsylvania and Market. 

VINTON'S Block, south-west corner 
Pennsylvania and Market. 



Y 



OHN'S Block, north-east corner 
Washington and Meridian. 



INDIANAPOLIS 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY, 



1867 



A Classified List of Business Persons, Firms, Institutions, Corporations, Public Buildings, &c., arranged 
in alphabetical order, according to the nature and business relations of each. 



Agents. 

Advertising. 

BAEBETT E. G., 

123 Huron. 
LOGAN & CO., 

16J e. Washington. 

Collecting. 

Blake John W. & Co., 47 e. Washington. 
Denny Robert, 68 e. Washington. 
Hamlin & Jones, 48 e, Washington, 
Hinchman & Burns, room 3, Talbott & 

New's blk. 
Lowe & Nichols, 16J e. Washington. 
McLallin J., 109 n. Hlinois. 
PERRIN & STANTOK", 

over 49 e. Washington. See card, 

pag_e 178. 
Seidensticker A. & Co., 14 s. Delaware. 
Stapp & Stanridge, 74 e. Washington. 

Fire Insurance. 

ABROMET ADOLPH, 

.^tna bldg., n. Pennsylvania. See 

card, following page 4. 
Anderson & Jones, s. e. cor. Meridian 

and Washington. 
Bradshaw & Stumph, room 4, Talbott 

& New's blk. 
COLLIER MERRIN F., 

17^ e. Washington. See card, page 

20. 
Davis C. E., room 6 Odd Fellows Hall. 
Dunlop J. S., 16 n. Meridian. 
EWING R. H., 

Journal bldg. See card, page 182. 
Foreman E. P., 77J e. Market. 
Gibson W. T., room 6, Odd Fellows Hall. 
Goodwin T. A., 85 e. Market. 
Grubb D. W., 19 n. Meridian. 



Laird C. P., 35 e. Washington. 

Lindley & Co., 8 e. Washington. 

Loomis & Stawitz, 7 and 8 Eden's blk. 

Martin, Hopkins & Follett, Journal bldg., 
e. Market. 

Maxwell S. D., room 10, Blackford's blk. 

Miller E. W., 4 Odd Fellows HaU. 

Olin C. C, room 16 Eden's blk., e. Market. 

Seiders W. H,, ^tnabldg., n. Pennsylva- 
nia. ^ 

Snyder David E., over 4 w. Washington. 

Staplin M. D., room 4, Odd Fellows Hall. 

STAWITZ CHRISTIAN, 

rooms 7 and 8 Eden's blk., e. Market. 

TIDD E. B. & BRO., 

s. e. cor. Meridian and Washington. 
See card, page 34. 

Horse Insurance. 

Simmon A., Vinton's blk., n, Pennsyl- 
vania. 
Wingate T. H., room 7, Vinton's blk. 

House and Land. 

Dunlop J. S., 16 n. Meridian. 

Dun, Taylor & Sherwood, diagonal, cor. 

Virginia av. and Washington. 
Frank James, 35 e. Washington. 
Griffith J. R., 31 s. Illinois. 
Lehr & Gray, 83J e. Washington. 
Lindley & Co., 8 e. Washington. 
McKernan & Pierce, cor. Kentucky av. 

and Washington. 
Moulton R. J., 75 e. Market. 
Seidensticker A. & Co., 14 s. Delaware. 
Spann J. S. & Co., over 50 e. Washsngton. 
Spicer B. M., 24^ w. Washington, 
Wiley & Martin, 10 J e. Washington. 
Witt B. F., s. w. cor. Washington and 

Meridian, 
Wright & Russell, 30J w. Washington. 



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Life Insurance. 

Allington John, Guardian, s. e. cor. 
Washington and Meridian. 

Barber Edward H., Knickerbocker, 312 
Indiana av. 

BARTHOLOMEW P. W., 

Berkshire, 26 w. Washington. See 
card, page 26. 

Bonham Thomas H., 19 n. Meridian, gen- 
eral agt. Franklin. 

Brough John W., 9 Eden's blk., e. Market. 

BYINGTON WM. W., 

s. w. cor. Washington and Meridian. 

Douglass F. D., Hubard blk. 

BUTTON H. B., 

Connecticut Mutual. See cards, 
pages 74 and 154. 

Gilbert Edward, s. e. cor, Washington 
and Meridian. 

Jones John P., Great Western, 19 w. 
Washington. 

Grubbs D. W., 19 n. Meridian. 

Hayden J. J., over 4 w. Washington. 

Kirchner & Davis, Economical Mutual, 
14 n. Delaware. 

Loomis & Stawitz, 7 and 8 Eden's blk. 

Martin & Hopkins, Journal bldg., e. Mar- 
ket. 

Martin J. 0., room 14 Vinton's blk., n. 
Pennsylvania. 

Maxwell S. D., room 10 Blackford's blk. 

Murray J., 32 e. Meridian, general agt. 
World Mutual. 

Nutting & Wood, 21 w. Washington, Mu- 
tual Benefit. 

Olin C. C, Eden's blk., e. Market. 

Rogers G. N., Eden's blk., e. Market. 

Snyder David E,, over 4 w. Washington. 

Spann J. S. & Co., 2 Brown's blk., cor. 
Pennsylvania and Washington. 

Springer & Vance, Wiley's blk., n. Penn- 
sylvania. 

Stawitz Christian, rooms 7 and 8 Eden's 
blk., e. Market. 

Swain Kufus, room 10 Blackford's blk. 

Tincher & Northrop, Blake's row, 53 w. 
Washington, Security. 

Railroads. 

Brown J. B., Pan Handle route, cor. Del- 
aware and Maryland. 

Chandler F., general ticket agt., C. & I. 
C. R. R., cor. Virginia av. and Del- 
aware. 

Ford Elias A., Bellefontaine R. R. 

Noble W. H. L., I., C. & L. R. R., office, 
cor, Louisiana and Delaware. 

Shackelford J. S., C. & L C. R. R., office, 
Virginia av., cor. Delaware. 

Smith C. VV., general freight agt,, C. & I. 
C. R. R. 70^ s. Delaware. 



Southard Macy, general ticket agt., I. P. 
& C. R. R., office, 101 e. Washington. 

Whitcomb J. G., J., M. & L R. R., office. 
South, bet. Pennsylvania and Dela- 
ware. 

Williams B. H., Atlantic & G. W. R. R., 
84 Virginia av. 

Real Estate. 

Alexander G. W. & Co., room 5, Hereth's 

blk., n. Delaware, 
Blake J. W. & Co., 47 e. Washington. 
Barnitz Charles, 177 s. Noble. 
Colden John E. 129 Union. 
Connor Fred. D., cor. Washington and 

Meridian. 
Coon Peter, 88 e. Market. 
Dunlop J. S., 16 n. Meridian. 
Dun, Taylor & Sherwood, cor. Washing- 
ton and Virginia av. 
Eldridge & Wood, 30 w. Washington. 
Frank James, 35 e. Waehington.- 
Griffin Adam, 31 s. Illinois. 
Griffith J. R., 31 s. Illinois. 
Hinchman & Burns, room 3, Talbott & 

New's blk. 
Hubbard & Whitait, cor. Washington and 

Meridian. 
Latshaw J. F., 17 w. Washington. 
Lehr & Gray, 83^ e. Washington. 
Lindenbower W. H., cor. Virginia av. 

and Washington. 
Lindley & Co., 8 e. Washington, 
Lloyd Gideon, 30 w. Washington, 
Love William & Co., room 1, Talbott & 

New's blk. 
McKernan & Pierce, cor. Washington 

and Kentucky av. 
McMillin & Co., 17 w. Washington. 
Moulton R. J., 75 e. Market. 
Seidensticker A. & Co., 14 s. Delaware. 
Smith Frank, n. Tennessee, bet. Third 

and Fourth. 
Spann J. S. & Co., room 2, Brown's blk.. 

cor. Pennsylvania and Washington. 
Spicer B. M,, 24-| w. Washington. 
Stapp & Stanridge, 74 e. Washington. 
Stilwell G. W., Little's Hotel. 
Wiley & Martin, lOJ e. Washington. 
Witt B. F,, s. w. cor, Washington and 

Meridian. 
Wright & Russell, 30| w. Washington. 

War Claim and Pension. 

Blake J. W. & Co., over 47 e, Washing- 
ington. 

Finch H. B., 6 Talbott & New's blk. 

Indiana Military Agency, w. Market, 
opp. State House, 

Joseph R. C, cor. Washington and Me- 
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Noble A. F., room 5, Yohn's blk. 
Witt B. F., s. vr. cor. Washington and 
Meridian. 

Agricultural Implements. 

(See, also, Seed Stores.) 

Chandler & Taylor, 370 w. Washington. 

Dickson C. & C©., 84 w. Washington. 

Ely Reuben, Ray House. 

INDIANAPOLIS AGRICUL- 
TURAL WORKS, cor. Tennessee and 
Louisiana. 

Lukens R. L., cor. Washington and Ten- 
nessee. 

Sherwood L. Q., opp. e. end Union depot. 

Stiltz J. George, 78 e. Washington. 

Webb A. L., 75 w. Washington. 

Ale, Porter and Cider. 

(See, also, Brewers and Ale Dealers.) 

BUTTERPIELD C. S. &; CO., 

85 e. Market. See card, opp. Brew- 
ers. 

Grosch John, 203 n. Noble. 

O'Connor Joseph, 54 s. Illinois. 

RIKHOFF & BRO., 

77 s. Meridian. See card, page 90. 

Weber J. A. & Bro., 211 Massachusetts 
av. 

Whitney W. W. & Co., 29 s. Meridian. 

Wright Frank, 30 s. Meridian. 

Amusements, 

(Places of.) 

Masonic Hall, cor. Washington and Ten- 
nessee. 

METROPOLITAN THEATER, 
n. e. cor. W^ashington and Tennessee. 
See card, page 190. 

Morrison's Opera Hall, cor. Meridian and 
Maryland. 

Mozart Hall, 35 and 37 s. Delaware. 

Apothecaries. 

BROWNING & SLOAN, 

7 and 9 e. Washington. 

Bryan Felix A., cor. Massachusetts av. 
and Vermont. 

Bryan James W., cor. Illinois and Lou- 
isiana. 

Campbell & Green, 149 w. Washington. 

GREEN J. C. & CO., 

98 e. Washington. See card, page 30. 

HARKIT W. I. & CO., 
14 w. Washington. 

Hay & Co., 48 w. Washington. 

Lee H. H., 18 and 20 n. Illinois. 

Melzner A. & Co., 91 e. Washington, 



Moody & Bros., 180 Indiana av. 
Stewart & Morgan, 40 e. Washington, 
Senour J. T., 39 w. Washington. 
Tomlinson & Cox, 18 e. Washington. 
Wiles & Reynolds, 48 n. Pennsylvania. 

Architects. 

Bohlen Diedrich A., room 19, Talbott & 
New's blk., n. Pennsylvania. 

Curzon Joseph, cor. Meridian and Circle. 

Heebnen Henry, 346 n. Noble. 

Hodgson I., Wiley blk. 

SMITHMEYER & ENOS, 

4 Vinton's blk., n. Pennsylvania, 
opp. p. 0. See card, page 22. 

Taylor Isaac, room 6, Eden's blk., e. 
Market. 

Thayer Isaac, 22 Chatham. 



Artificial Limbs. 

AMERICAN LEG AND ARM 
CO., 237 e. Washington, Haywood 
A. & Co., proprs. See card, page 42. 



Artists. 

(See Portrait Painters.) 

Artists' Materials. 

(See Paints, Oils, &;c., also. Picture Frames.) 

Attorneys at Law. 

(See Lawyers.) 

Auction and Commission. 

Burdick W. P. & Co., 77 w. Washington. 

Featherston W. E., 194 and 196 w. Wash- 
ington. 

HUNT A, L. & CO., 
85 e. Washington. 

Manheimer D., 13 w. Washington. 

SMOCK & BRO., 

88 e. Washington. See card, page 18. 

Asylums and Hospitals. 

(See, also, Appendix.) 

Blind Asylum, North, bet. Pennsylvania 
and Meridian. 

City Hospital, s. of terminus Indiana av. 

Deaf and Dumb, e. Washington, beyond 
city limits. 

Insane Asylum, w. National rd., two miles 
w. city. 

Orphan Asylum, n. Tennessee, bet. Fourth 
and Fifth. 

St. John's Home for Invalids, cor. Geor- 
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Awning Manufacturer. 

Gorliam Wm. H., 74 e. Washington. 

Bakers. 

Barksahlte Martin, 340 Virginia av. 
Bollman Frederick, 107 e. Washington, 
Duchene Charles, 114 s. Illinois. 
Grein John, 264 e. Washington. 
Haas George, 314 n. New Jersey, 
Haehl H, J., 147 w. Washington. 
Helmig George, 314 n. New Jersey. 
Hofacker C, 112 s. Meridian. 
PARROTT & SMITHER, 

17 n, Pennsylvania. 
Peck Henry, 88 Fort Wayne av, 
Rausen G., 68 s. West. 
Schroemle J., 262 s. Delaware. 
Shelter L., 314 n. New Jersey. 
Shute Alfred, 338 w. Washington. 
Stagmire A., 170 w. Washington. 
Thompson Q., 12 s. Meridian. 
Vernickel Joseph, 269 e. Washington. 
Weinberger John, 10 w. Louisiana. 

Bands. 

(Music.) 

INDIAISTAPOLIS CITY, 

otfice Washington Hall, w. Washing- 
ton. See card, page 186. 

Banks and Bankers. 

Bank of the State of Indiana, bldg. diag- 
onal, cor. Kentucky av. and s. Illi- 
nois. Incorporated 1857; James M. 
Ray, prest., Joseph Moore, cashier. 

BRANCH BANK of the STATE, 
n. e, cor. Washington and Meridian. 
Organized 1857; Oliver Tousey, 
prest., D. M. Taylor, cashier. 

CITIZENS' NATIONAL, 

4 e. Washington. Organized 1864; 
capital ^300,000; Isaiah Mansur, 
prest., Joseph R. Haugh, cashier, 
James W. Morris, teller, W. H. Pet- 
tit, book-keeper; I. Mansur, Joseph 
R. Haugh, J. H. Baldwin, J. H. Va- 
jen, W. C. Holmes, James R. Sul- 
grove, John Thomas, Nicholas Mc- 
Carty, directors. Banking hours 
from 9 A. M. to 4 P. M, 

FIRST NATIONAL, 

s. e. cor. Washington and Meridian. 
Organized 1863; capital $500,000; 
William H. English, prest., John C. 
New, cashier, H. Bates, jr., asst. 
cashier, J. A. Ramsay, teller, Wil- 
liam P. Watson, book-keeper ; Wil- 
liam H. English, John C. New, H. 
Bates, jr., F. M. Finch, R. Browning, 



Deloss Root, J. McLene, B. F. Tuttle, 
J. G. Stiltz, William Braden, L. Jor- 
dan, directors. Banking hours from 
9 A. M. to 4 P. M., daily. 

FLETCHER'S BANK, 

30 e. Washington. Organized 1830 ; 
capital $200,000; S. A.Fletcher & 
Co., proprs. Deposits received and 
discounts made daily, from 8 A. M. 
to 4 P. M. 

HARRISONS' BANK, 

15 e. Washington. Established 1855 ; 
capital $100,000; Alfred & John C. 
S. Harrison, proprs. Deposits re- 
ceived and discount daily. Bank- 
ing hours from 8 A. M. to 4 P. M. 

INDIANA BANKING CO., 

28 e. Washington. Organized 1865; 
capital $100,000; F. A. W. Davis, 
prest., W. W. Woollen, cashier, Sam- 
uel C. Vance, asst. cashier, Oliver 
Boaz, messenger. Banking hours 
from 8 A. M. to 4 P. M., daily. 

INDIANA NATIONAL. 

2 e. Washington, cor. Meridian. 
Organized 1865; capital $400,000; 
George Tousey, prest., D. M. Taylor, 
cashier, Morris R. Eddy, principal 
book-keeper, James M. Nichol, teller; 
George Tousey, Oliver Tousey, Geo. 
Merrit, William Coughlen, Daniel 
Stewart, Jacob P. Dunn, directors. 
Banking hours from 9 A. M, to 4 P. 
M., daily. 

Indianapolis Branch Banking Co., organ- 
. ized 1856 ; capital $200,000 ; Fletch- 
er & Sharpe, proprs. Banking hours 
from 8 A. M. to 4 P. M. Discount 
daily. 

INDIANAPOLIS NATIONAL, 
n. e. cor. Washington and Pennsyl- 
vania. Chartered 1864; capital 
$500,000; surplus fund $75,000; 
Theodore P. Haughey, prest., A. F. 
Williams, cashier, Henry Latham, 
asst. cashier; S. A-. Fletcher sen., F. 
M. Churchman, Ingram Fletcher, 
E. Sharpe, Theodore P. Haughey, 
directors. Banking hours from 8 
A. M. to 4 P. M., daily. 

Locke's Bank, 19 n. Meridian. Erie 
Locke, propr. Exchange bought 
and sold; discounts made daily, 
from 9 A. M. to 4 P. M. 

MERCHANTS' NATIONAL, 
48 e. Washington. Organized 1865; 
capital $100,000; John S. Newman, 
prest,, v. T. Malott, cashier, F. 
Christman, teller; John S. New- 
man, V. T. Malott, Henry Schnull, 
H. G. Carey, David Macy, direc- 
tors. Banking hours from 9 A, M, 
to 4 P. M. daily. 



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Bank, Vault and Safe Lock Manu- 
facturer. 

Haugh B. F., 72 and 74 s. Pennsylvania. 



Bath Houses. 

HILL & CARTEB, 

14 n. Illinois. 
MARSHALL C. M., 

16 w. Pearl. 



Barbers. 

Ambrose Thomas, cor. Kentucky av. and 

Washington. 
Blackburn G. W., 325 e. Washington. 
Brown C. W., (col.,) 395 n. New Jersey. 
Dorbecker Jacob, Little's Hotel. 
Dorbecker, John, Little's Hotel. 
Dorsey William, cor. Meridian and Wash- 
ington. 
Ferling George, cor. Washington and 

Meridian, under First National Bank. 
Fidel John H., 135 s. Illinois. 
Fisher Benedict, in Union Depot. 
Frankenstein Jacob, 329 s. Delaware. 
ERAl^KLIlSr WILLIAM, 

cor. Washington and Meridian. See 

card, page 114. 
Guliver & Bro., cor. Washington and 

Kentucky av. ' 

Gutig Henry, n. e. cor. Pennsylvania 

and Washington. 
HILL & CARTER, 

14 Bates House. See card, page 114. 
Johnson John, 57 n. Noble. 
Knox Francis, 4 n. Meridian. 
Marshall C. M., 16 w. Pearl. 
Porter William M., 63 s. Illinois. 
Russell William H., 50 e. Washington. 
Vondergotten & Klein, 37 s. Illinois. 
Weible J. E., cor. Illinois and Louisiana. 

Beef and Pork Packers. 

(See Packers.) 

Beer Halls and Gardens. 

(See, also, Saloons.) 

Buehrig H., cor. South and Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Emenegger M., 113 e. Washington. 

ISKE WILLIAM, 

1 Madison av. See card, page 58. 

Lion Gardens, 1 Madison av., William 
Iske, propr. See card, page 58. 

MOZART HALL SALOOH, 

under Mozart Hall, s. Delaware, 
Reinman & Groesch, proprs, 

MUELLER CHARLES G., 
25 s. Delaware. 



Schmidt R., 133 e. Washington. 
UNIOTT HALL, 

135 to 141 e. Washington, William 

Dell, propr. 
Washington Hall, 80 w. Washington. 
Weinger M., cor. Market and Noble. 
Whitney W. W., 29 s. Meridian. 

Bell Hangers. 

(See, also, Locksmiths.) 

Kindler Charles, 60 n. Pennsylvania. 
Kosar John, 81 s. Illinois. 

Belting and Hose. 

Fishback John, 125 s. Meridian. 
Frenzel, Will & Co., 133 s.Hlinois. 
Mooney & Co., 147 s. Meridian. 

Billiard Saloons. 

Bucksot William, 9. w. Washington. 
Dawson Timothy, 132 s. Illinois. 
Exchange, 33J n. Illinois. 
First National, Court, bet. Pennsylvania 

and Delaware. 
Hoefgen E., Meridian, cor. Maryland. 
Redmond T., 65 w. Washington. 
Selking Wm., 13 e. Washington. 

Blacking i\1anufacturers and Dealers. 

Branson D. A. & Co., 17 n. East. 
Zeublin Bros., 57 s. Illinois. 

Blacksmiths. 

(See, also, Wagon-Makers.) 

AfiFantranger S. J., 215 w. North. 
Ahlbrand William, 240 s. Delaware, 
Albert Lawson H., 29 s. Tennessee. 
Allair & Stirk, East, bet. Louisiana and 

South. 
Beard & Forshee, 29 s. Tennessee. 
Davis G. M., cor. Pitt and Indiana av. 
EWALD H. & CO., 

cor. Pratt and Fort Wayne av. See 

card, page 174. 
Forshee George W., 25 s. Tennessee. 
Gass Roesner, 299 Massachusetts av. 
Gates John J., 26 s. New Jersey. 
Geisel George, 144 Fort Wayne av. 
HITCHEI^S JOHN, 

44 e. Maryland. See card, page 58. 
Knerger Frank, 23 n. Nobler- 
McVea David, 281 w. Washington. 
Moone T., 553 Virginia av. 
Raymond Samuel, 69 e. Maryland. 
Rudemal F., 26 e. Georgia. 
Seibert S. M., 302 e. Washington. 
Smith John G., 38 s. Pennsylvania. 



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Trucksess J., 70 Kentucky av. 
VanantwerpG. W., 287 e. Washington, 
Weymouth & Chatham, w. National rd. 
Whitney J. W., 44 s. Pennsylvania. 



Blank Book Manufacturers, 

(See, also, Boot -Binders.) 

Braden W. & J., 24 w. Washington, 
HERALD CO., 

16^ e. Washington. 
Macauley & Co., 13 w. Maryland. 
Sheets W., 79 w. Washington. 
Smith & Burford, 11 s. Meridian. 



Boarding Houses. 

Adams Alexander, 268 e. St. Clair, 

Baggley Jane Mrs., 36 w. Maryland. 

Barkers Sarah E., 126 Indiana av. 

Barrett Louisa, 224 e. Merket, 

Beary John, 115 n. Tennessee. 

Brady John, 25 Indiana av. 

Brewer Matilda A. Mrs., 177^ Virginia av. 

Brown Eliza Mrs,, 174 w, Ohio. 

Collins Joseph G,, 18 s. Peensylvania. 

Conner Mary Mrs., 36 n. Pennsylvania, 

Cook Mary, 38 Chatham. 

Crosby John, 311 s. Illinois. 

Deitz Peter, 60 s, Delaware. 

Dell Wm., 135 to 141 e. Washington. 

Dunmeir C, 213 s, Pennsylvania. 

Edwards M., 60 s. Pennsylvania. 

Fry R. N., 204 n. Illinois. 

Gaston D. Mrs,, 37 Kentucky av. 

Hahn Henry, 65 s. East. 

Hebble John, 101 s. Illinois. 

Hiltebrand J. M., 86 s. Meridian. 

Howell Elizabeth, w. city limits. 

Jack Mathew W., 74 n. Pennsylvania. 

Jacoby D. R., 35 w. Georgia. 

Jameson Richard, opp. Insane Asylum. 

JEFPERSOlir HOUSE, 

s. w. cor. South and Pennsylvania. 
Kerper C, 73 w. Maryland. 
Knight E., 124 s. Meridian. 
Kolb William, 23 Kentucky av. 
Lane Uriah, 122 e. Pratt. 
Lingenfelter W. H., 35 Circle. 
Locke W. M., 266 s. Illinois. 
McCloskey George, 315 e. Ohio. 
Miller Thomas P., 157 n. Davidson. 
Moone N., 70 e. Market. 
Moran Ellen, 38 s. Tennessee. 
Morrison Ann, n. w. cor. Pennsylvania 

and Market 
Mount G. A., 148 Indiana av. 
Neiman House, 128 and 130 s. Illinois. 
Park T., 16 s. Mississippi. 
Peck W., 164 w. Maryland. 
Pentecost E. Mrs., 33 w. Maryland. 
Pyle John, s. e. cor. Meridian and Ohio. 



REED SARAH A., 

32 n. Pennsylvania. See card, page 

14. 
Rosengarten Mary, 31 Cherry. 
Sandrock A, W,, 134 s. Meridian. 
Seitz F,, 117 s. Illinois. 
Shafer J., 209 s. Pennsylvania, 
Shouley Jacob, 142 s. East, 
Smith Joseph H,, 67 n, Alabama. 
Swindler J. H., 232 n. Noble. 
Tully Eliza Mrs., 83 n. Pennsylvania. 
Walk Lewis, 28 w. Georgia. 
Wampler David, n. e. cor. Benton and 

Georgia. 
WEBB LAURA MRS., 

69 w. Market. See card, page 174. 
Whittemore E. Mrs., 58 Benton. 
Wright Charles, 32 e. Ohio. 



Boiier-Makers. 

(See, also, Machinists,) 

EAGLE MACHINE WORKS, 

s. Meridian, e, end Union Depot. 
Greenleaf C. A,, 325 s, Tennessee, 
SINKER & CO., 

125 s. Pennsylvania. 

Bolting Cloths. 

(See, also, Mill-Wrights.) 

TAGGART SAMUEL, 

132 s, Pennsylvania, See card, page 
126, 

Bonnet Bleachers and Pressers. 

Conaty J. B., 44 s, Illinois, 

Goodyear W., 16 and 17 Miller's blk., n. 

Illinois. 
Hinsdale & Quimby, 42 s. Illinois. 

Book-Binders. 

(See, also. Blank Book Manufacturers.) 

Braden AV. & J,, 24 w. Washington, 
Douglass & Conner, n. e. cor. Circle and 

Market. 
HERALD CO., 

16^ e. Washington. 
Macauley & Co., 13 w. Maryland. 
Palmer Edward, 58 s. Illinois. 
Sheets W., 79 w. Washington. 
Smith & Burford, lis. Meridian. 
Steinhauser Bruno, 166 e. Washington. 

Book Sellers and Stationers. 

(See, also, Periodicals.) 

Earth S. A., in Union Depot. 

Bowen, Stewart & Co., 18 w. Washington. 

Braden W. & J., 24 w. Washington. 



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Macanley & Co., 13 w. Maryland. 

Merrill & Co., 5 e. Washington. 

Reynolds Joseph, 153 e. Washington. 

Todd, Carmichael & Williams, 33 e. Wash- 
ington, Glenns' blk. 

WILKINSON" & CO., 

26 e. Washington. See card, page 94. 

Boots and Shoes. 

Wholesale. 

BURTON JOHN C, 

38 s. Merididn. 
Comingore J. A. & Co , 17 w. Washington. 
HENDRICKS, EDMUNDS & 

CO., 56 s. Meridian. 
Mayhew & Branliam, 129 s. Meridian. 
Ray, Mayhew & Co., 8 w. Louisiana. 
Sharpe J. K., 49 s. Delaware. 
VINNBDGE & JONES, 

66 s. Meridian. 

Retail. 

Adams J. W. & Co., 49 and 53 w. Wash- 
ington. 

Aldag Charles, 175 e. Washington. 

Bannwuarth B., 286 e. Washington. 

Bettes (jotleib, 193 e. Washington. 

Bristor William A., 75 e. Washington. 

Cady D. & Co., 9 Odd Fellows Hall. 

CHASE DAVID H., 
Glenns' blk. 

Davis James E. & Son., 239 e. Washing- 
ton. 

Death John M., 16 s. Meridian. 

Dugan Thomas, 136 s. Pennsylvania. 

Friedgen C, 154 e. Washington. 

Hill & Vinnedge, 3 w. Washington. 

Holly & Schrader, 103 and 105 w. Wash- 
ington. 

Hofecker G., 317 e. Washington. 

Hunter Thomas, 5 w. Washington. 

Karle C. & Co., 83 e. Washington. 

Kistner J. G , 83 s. Illinois. 

Knodle A., 32 e. Washington. 

Leon A., 27 n. Illinois. 

Lintz D., 25 w. Washington. 

Maloney H., 56 s. Illinois. 

Mayo E. H. & Co., 23 e. Washington. 

O'Mourcus T. 0., 66 Massachusetts av. 

Rehling W., 257 s. Delaware. 

Richter A. J., 217 e. Washington. 

Rinehardt L., 6 s. Delaware. 

Robinies F., 223 w. Washington. 

ROSE J. N., 

22 n. Pennsylvania. 

Schaub & Rebentisch, 170 e. Washing- 
ton. 

Schildemeyer A., 298 e. Washington. 

Schmick C. L., 71 n. Pennsylvania. 

SIERSDORFER L., 

41 e. Washington. See card, p. 130, 



Syrup Henry, 185 Massachusetts av. 
Vielhaber D., 204 e. Washington. 
Wachter L., Virginia av., near Cedar. 
Walter William, 51 w. Washington. 
Wehle Lucas, 235 e. Washington. 
Wert Joseph, 10 s. Pennsylvania. 

Makers and Repairers. 

Arden Joseph H., 218 e. Washington. 
Barlow Libty, Indiana av. 
Busch Christian, 158 w. Washington. 
CHASE D. H., 

Glenns' blk., e. Washington. 
Eymann H. J., 7 n. Illinois. 
Geiger William, 151 Indiana av. 
Gilbrecht Jacob, 333 s. Delaware. 
Karle J. J., 59 e. South. 
Leon A., 27 n. Illinois. 
Lintz D., 25 w. Washington. 
Mcintosh D., 63 Indiana av. 
Merl Nicholas, 286 w. Washington. 
Peterson Louis, 13 s. Delaware. 
Prassee Henry, 3 w. Washington. 
Rabb Sebastian, 93 e. South. 
Resner H., 370 Virginia av. 
Rose J. N., 22 n. Pennsylvania. 
Shaffer A., 14 s. Mississippi. 
Sherer A., 51 w. Washington. 
Shomberg William F., 25 s. New Jersey. 
SEIRSDORFER L., 

41 e. Washington. See card, page 

130. 
Sloir C, 126 Ft. Wayne av. 
Smith & Stetter, 74 Massachusetts av. 
Smith Thomas, 195 Indiana av. 
Waller B., 151 Indiana av. 
Wert Joseph, 10 s. Pennsylvania. 

Bottlers, Ale and Porter. 

(See, also. Brewers and Agencies.) 

BUTTERPIELD O. S. & CO., 

85 e. Market. See card, opp. Brew- 
ers. 

Grosch John, 203 n. Noble. 

Meies W. & Bro., 76 s. West. 

O'Connor Joseph, 54 s. Illinois. 

Whitney W. W. & Co., 29 s. Meridian 

Wright Frank, 30 s. Meridian. 

Bowling Saloons. 

SPONSEL CONRAD, 

231 s. Delaware. See card, page 

114. 
Schaub Henry, 176 e. Washington. 
Wright Charles, 34 w. Georgia. 

Box Manufactories. 

(See Paper Box Manufactories.) 



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Brass Founders, 

Cottrell & Knight, 108 s. Delaware. 
DAVIS JOSEPH W., 

110 s. Delaware. See card, page 

178. 
Frink & Moore, 26 e. Georgia. 
Steflfens & Schneider, 26 e. Louisiana. 
Thornley Orion, 28 e. Louisiana. 

Brass Implements. 

Manufacturers of. 

Steflfens Ferdinand, s. w. cor. Washing- 
ton and Meridian, up-stairs. 

Brewers and Ale Dealers. 

Gagg & Co., 213, 215 and 217 s. Penn- 
sylvania. 
Harting & Bro., cor. Norwood and Bluff. 
LILL'S CHICAGO BKEWERY 

CO.'S AGENCY, 85 e. Market. See 

card, page opposite. 
Sands' Chicago Ale Agency, 54 s. Illinois, 

J. O'Connor, agt. 
Shmidt C. F., cor. Wyoming and High. 
WHIGHT FRANK, 

30 8. Meridian. 

Brick-Makers. 

Adams Samuel, 297 n. Delaware. 

Graham William, south of city limits. 

Hand N. C, Madison rd. 

Rogers D. E., Michigan rd., beyond city 
limits. 

Stevens Levi B., Bluff rd., s, of city 
limits. 

Whitsit & Bro., office s. w. cor. Washing- 
ton and Meridian. 



Britanniaware Manufacturers. 

McCREEBY & FAY, 

56 and 68 e. Washington. See 

cards, pages 38 and 150. 
Voegtle Jacob, 103 e. Washington. 



Brokers. 

Commercial. 

Applegate Berg, Chamber of Commerce. 

Hubbard & Whitsit, s. w. cor. Washing- 
ton and Meridian. 

Klingensmith J., 4 Blake's Row, w. 
Washington. 

Locke Erie, 19 n. Meridian. 

Spann J. S. & Co., room 2 Brown's blk., 
cor. Pennsylvania and Washington 

Wiley & Martin, lOJ e. Washington. 



Insurance. 

Hamlin & Jones, 48 w. Washington, 

Hubbard & Whitsit, s. w. cor. Washing- 
ton and Meridian. 

Liudley & Co., 8 e. Washington. 

Seidensticker & Co., 14 s. Delaware. 

Spann J. S. & Co., room 2 Brown's blk., 
cor. Pennsylvania and Washington. 

Witt B. F., s. w, cor. Washington and 
Meridian. 

Money. 

Ferguson Kilby, 251 e. McCarty. 
May E., 34 s. Illinois. 
Solomon J. & M., 25 s, Illinois. 
Turner A. H., 8 w. Washington. 
Locke Erie, 19 n. Meridian. 
Wiley & Martin, 10 e. Washington, 



Real Estate. 

McMillin & Co., 17 w. Washington. 
McKernan & Pierce, cor. Kentucky av, 

and Washington. 

( Wil 

blk. 

Poe & Myers, 24| e. Washington. 
Spann J. S. & Co., room 2 Brown's blk., 

cor. Pennsylvania and Washington. 
Stilwell G. W., Little's Hotel. 
W ey & Martin, 10| e. Washington. 
W light & Russell, 30 J w. Washington. 



Broom Manufacturers. 

Conklin & Myers, 265 w. Washington. 
Grinent William, bds. Nagel House. 



Brush Manufacturers and Dealers. 

Mayer Charles & Co., 29 w. Washington. 
Schmedel & Fricker, 106 s. Illinois . 



Builders. 

(See, also, Carpenters and Builders.) 

Burial Caskets. 

(See Undertakers and Coffins.) 

Burning Fluids. 

(See, also, Druggists, Lamps and Oils.) 

REYNOLDS & HOLLIDAY, 

13 s. Meridian. See card, page 86. 
Bernard J., 29 w. Pearl. 

Butchers. 

(See Meat Markets.) 



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Cabinetmakers. 

(See, also, Furniture Manufacturers.) 

CABIl^TET-MAKERS' UNION, 

105 e. Washington. See card, on fly 

leaf viii. 
Helwig, Roberts & Co., 117 e. Wasliing- 

ton. 
Sloan & Woolen, 57 w. Washington. 
Spiegel, Thorns & Co., 71 and 73 w. 

Washington. 

Cancer Physicians. 

Howard E. & Son, 80 s. Illinois. 

Pray Enos G,, n. w. cor. Broadway and 

Christian av. 
SWANK MOSES, 

76 n. Pennsylvania. See card, 

page 118. 

Candy Manufacturers and Dealers. 

Bollman Fred., 107 e. Washington. 

Cunningham Maria Mrs., 52 n. Illinois. 

Daggett & Co., 32 s. Meridian. 

Haynes & Carter, 40 w. Washington. 

MAHTIN BERNHARD, 

80 e. Washington. See card, page 
22. 

Parrott & Smither, 17 n, Pennsylvania. 

Seitz C, 112 s, Illinois, 

Stringer W. H., 22 w. North. 

Weinberger & Co , 10 w. Louisiana. 

Waelz C. A., cor. New York and Dela- 
ware, 

Carpenters and Builders. 

Alexander Joseph, 36 Kentucky av. 

Atenschen William, Walnut, bet. East 
and Noble. 

Bowles John G., 226 s. West. 

BUlTiDERS' AND MANUFAC- 
TURERS' ASSOCIATION, Delaware, 
bet. Michigan and Vermont. See 
card, page 170. 

Brouse A. & D. W., 130 e. New York. 

Crosby R. M,, 48 Christian av. 

Daniels L. H., 852 s. East. 

Denny, Ebert & Co., 44 Kentucky av. 

Fatout J. L. & M. K., Lafayette, bet. 
Michigan and North. 

Poland Valentine, 28 e. Louisiana, 

Gilkey & Jones, 36 Kentucky av. 

Harper & Merrell, 40 Kentucky av. 

HART & MATHEWS. 
See card, page 174. 

Hiatt Albert, 180 w. Market. 

Hildebrand & Henschen, 226 e. Walnut. 

Holt J, R., 37 Blake, 

Huntington N,, 44 Kentucky av. 

Johnson & Morrow, 32 n. Illinois. 



Keely «&Doglers, Michigan, bet. Alabama 

and New Jersey. 
Kemper J. M,, cor. South and New Jci'- 

sey. 
Lowe N. H. & Sons, 30 s. New Jersey. 
Many J. B. & Sons, 120 Spring. 
Rafert A. F., Walnut, bet. Pennsylvania 

and Delaware. 
Rickards W. C, 127 e. Maryland, 
Roth M., 15 Henry. 

Rentier P., cor. Cedar and Virginia av. 
Russell J. S., 354 s, Delaware, 
Saltmarsh W. L., 102 s. Delaware. 
SHOVER & CHRISTIAN, 

278 n. Delaware. See card, page 

134. 
Springer David, 260 Massachusetts av. 
Thomas^ Machett & Co., 38 Kentucky av. 

Carpets, Oil Cloths, Etc. 

Gall & Rush, 101 e. Washington. 
Hume, Adams & Co., 26 and 28 w. Wash- 
ington. 
Roll & Smith, 38 s. Illinois. 

Carriage Manufacturers. 

(See, also, Wagon-Makers.) 

Bremerman & Renner, 123 e. Washing- 
ton. 

Drew S. W. & Co., opp. Market Square. 

MILLER, MITCHELL «& 
STOUGH, cor. Kentucky av. and 
Georgia. 

Shaw B. C, 26 e, Georgia. 

Carriage Trimmings. 

SHARE GEO. K. & CO., 

40 s. Meridian. See card, page 70 
and cover. 
Sulgrove James & Son, 20 w. Washington. 

Carriage and Wagon Stock. 

(See, also, Wagon and Carriage Wood-Work.) 

Osgood, Smith & Co., 230 s. Illinois. 
SHARE GEO. K. & CO., 

40 ». Meridian. See card, page 70 
and cover. 
Sulgrove James & Son, 20 w. Washing- 
ton. 

Cemeteries. 

City Cemetery, Kentucky av., near cor- 
poration limits, Garrison W. Aired, 
sexton, res. 215 s. West. 

Crown Hill, on Michigan and Gravel 
road, two miles n. w. of city, F. W. 
Chislett, supt., oflBce, Blackford's 
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Green Lawn, Kentucky av., near city 
limits, S. W. Aired, sexton, McKer- 
nan & Pierce, agts., office, cor. Ken- 
tucky av. and Washington. 

Hebrew, s. of city, adjoining Catholic 
Cemetery. 

St. John's, one mile s, of city, bet. Bluff 
and Three Notch roads, William 
Dougherty, resident sexton. 

Chair Factories. 

(See, also, Furnitmre and Cabinet-Makers.) 

CABINET-MAKER'S UNION", 
105 e. Washington. See card, page 
viii. 

Schilling & Bro., 134 e. McCarty. 

Spiegel, Thorns & Co.. 71 and 73 w. 
Washington. 

Vetter George, 211 s. Pennsylvania. 

Children's Furnishing Goods. 

Biden E.E. Mrs. & Co., 185 e. Washington. 
BLAIR D. W. MRS., 

24 n. Pennsylvania. See card, page 

14. 

Chemists. 

Browning & Sloan, 7 and 9 e. Washing- 
ton, 
DAILY H. & CO., 

41 s. Meridian. See card, page 46, 
Haskit W. L & Co., 14 w. Washington. 
Hay & Co., 48 w. Washington. 
Kiefer & Vinton, 26 s. Meridian. 
Senour J. F,, 39 w. AVashington. 
Stewart & Morgan, 40 e. Washington, 

China^ Glass and Queensware. 

Wholesale. 

McCREERY & FAY, 

56 and 58 e. Washington. See card, 

pages 38 and 150. 
Theobald F., 115 e. Washington. 
West H. F. & Co., 37 e. Meridian. 
WOODBRIDGE JOHN & CO., 

16 w. Washington. See card, page 

42. 

Eeiail. 

McCREERY & FAY, 

56 and 58 e. Washington. See cards, 

pages 38 and 150. 
Theobald F,, 115 e. Washington. 
WOODBRIDGE JOHN & CO., 

16 w. Washington. See card, page 

42. 

Chronometers. 

Steffens Ferdinand, s. w. cor. Washing- 
ton and Meridian. 



Churches. 

African, (Episcopal,) e. s. Broadway, bet. 

Cherry and Christian av. 
African, (Methodist,) w. s. Missouri, bet. 

New York and Ohio, Moses Broyles, 

pastor. 
Asbury Chapel, (Methodist,) 166 s. New 

Jersey. 
Christ Church, (Episcopal,) n. s. Circle, 

cor. Meridian. 
Christian Church, s. w. cor. Delaware and 

Ohio. 
Congregational, cor. Meridian and Circle. 
English Lutheran, s. w. cor. Alabama and 

New York. 
Fifth Presbyterian, s. New Jersey, near 

Maryland. 
First Baptist, cor. Pennsylvania and New 

York. 
First German Reformed, n. Alabama, opp. 

Court House Square. 
First Presbyterian, s. w. cor. Pennsylva- 
nia and New York. 
First Universalist, s. w. cor. Delaware 

and Maryland. 
Fourth Presbyterian, s. w. cor. Delaware 

and Market. 
German Evangelical, n. New Jersey, near 

Ohio. 
German Lutheran, cor. East and Georgia. 
German Methodist (Episcopal,) Ohio, bet. 

East and New Jersey. 
German Reformed, 45 n. Alabama. 
Grace Church, cor. Pennsylvania and St. 

Joseph, 
Indianapolis Mission Chapel, cor. Union 

and Merrill. 
Jewish Synagogue, e. Market, bet. New 

Jersey and East. 
North Street, (Methodist Episcopal,) cor. 

Alabama and North. 
Quakers or Friends, s. e. cor. Delaware 

and St. Clair, Enos G. Pray, minister. 
Roberts Chapel, (Methodist,) n. e. cor. 

Pennsylvania and Market, A. S. 

Kinnan, pastor. 
St. John's, (Catholic,) Georgia, bet. Ten- 
nessee and Illinois. 
St. Mary's, (Catholic,) e. Maryland, bet. 

Delaware and Pennsylvania. 
St. Paul's, (Episcopal,) s. e. cor. Illinois 

and New York. 
St. Peter's, (Catholic,) e. Dougherty, near 

Virginia av. 
Second Presbyterian, n. w.*cor. Vermont 

and Pennsylvania. 
Seventh Presbyterian, n. s. Cedar, bet. 

Elm and Pine. 
Strange Chapel, (Methodist,) Tennessee, 

bet. New York and Vermont. 
Third Presbyterian, n. e. cor. Illinois and 

Ohio. 



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Union Mission Chapel, Bright, bet. Ver- 
mont and Michigan. 

United Brethren, s. e, cor. Ohio and New 
Jersey. 

United Presbyterian, n.s. Ohio, bet. Del- 
aware and Pennsylvania. 

Wesley Chapel, s. w. cor. Meridian and 
Circle. 

Zion, Ohio, bet. Meridian and Illinois. 

Cigar Manufacturers. 

Detrichs William, 34 n. Delaware, 
HATTENBACH N., 

61 s. Illinois. 
Heidlinger J. A., 3 Palmer House, 
HUNT CHARLES C, 

61 e. Washington. See card, page 58. 
MEYER GEORGE F. & CO., 

35 w. Washington. 
Raschig Charles M., lie. Washington. 
Reynolds C. H., 149 n. Noble. 
SHARPE A. W., 

28 n. Pennsylvania. See card, page 

14. 
SOLOMON HENRY, 

27 s. Illinois. 
SPECKMAN HENRY, 

108 s. Illinois, 
Wallace W. P., 30 w. Louisiana. 
Wilier Jacob, 138 s. Illinois. 

Cigars and Tobacco. 

Wholesale. 

Cahill James, 87 e. South. 
Elliott, Ryan & Co., 48 s. Meridian. 
Hahn & Bals, 25 s. Meridian. 
Hattenbach N., 51 s. Illinois. 
Heidlinger J. A., 3 Palmer House. 
HUNT CHARLES C, 

61 e, Washington. See card, page 58. 
MEYER GEORGE F. & CO., 

35 w. Washington. 
SHARPE A. W., 

28 n. Pennsylvania. See card, page 
14. 

Speckman Henry, 108 s. Illinois. 



Retail. 

Back & Wenken, 209 e. Washington. 
Dunbar Charles, 9 Massachusetts av. 
Hattenbach N., 51 s. Illinois. 
Heidlinger J. A., 3 Palmer House. 
Hoflfeld Rudolph, 11 n. Pennsylvania. 
HUNT CHARLES C, 

61 e. Washington. See card, page 58. 
Kretch P., 141 s. Illinois. 
McGaw J. A., 16 n. Illinois. 
Mayer M., 90 s. Illinois. 
Menges Frank, 153 e. Washington. 



MEYER GEORGE F. & CO., 

35 w. Washington. 
Raschig Charles M., 11 e. Washington. 
Reinken IL, 266 e. Washington. 
Roswinkel G., 281 n. East. 
Roy IL J., 290 e. Washington. 
SHARPE A. W., 

28 n. Pennsylvania. ' See card, page 

14. 
Shultz & Wolf, 112 Virginia av. 
Solomon Henry, 27 s. Illinois. 
Speckman Henry, 108 s. Illinois. 
Wallace W. P., 30 w. Louisiana. 
Wilier Jacob, 138 s. Illinois. 
Young Louis, 77 s. Illinois. 

Cistern Builders. 

Kruger Joseph, 267 e. Market. 
Stiemender A., 128 e. St. Joseph. 

Cloaks, Mantillas, Etc. 

Jones, Davis & Co., 3 Odd Fellows Hall. 
GLENN W. & H., 

Glenns' blk., e. Washington. 
Kahn S. & Bro., 45 and 47 e. Washington. 
Tyler L. H. & Co., 2 w. Washington. 

Clock Warerooms. 

(See, also, Watches and Jewelry.) 

Daumont H. & Co., 15 w. Washington. 
Daumont P. A., 23 s. Meridian. 
Schliebitz F. W., 226 e. Washington. 

Clothing. 

Wholesale. 

DESSAR, BRO. & CO., 

60 s. Meridian. See eard, page 46. 
Hays, Rosenthal & Co., 64 s. Meridian. 
Mossier L. I., 68^ s. Meridian. 

Retail. 

Benson David, 206 s. Illinois. 
Bernard Solomon, 79 w. South. 
Fox Solomon, 38 w. Washington. 
Gerstner A. J., 173 e. Washington. 
Glaser. Mitchell & Co., 2 Bates House. 
GCEPPER F. & CO., 

17 e. Washington. 
GRAMLING J. & P., 

35 e. Washington. 
Gresheimer & Bro., 1 w. Washington. 
Kahn A., 33 w. Washington. 
Katzenstein, Wachtel & Co., 3 Bates 

House. 
Kohn Joseph, 80 w. Washington. 
McGinnis Owen, 39 e. Washington. 
MAYER J. & BRO., 

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MORITZ, BRO. & CO., 

19 w. Wasliington. 
Myer & Strauss, 4 w. Washington. 
Rauh Bros., 1 Palmer House. 
Rehinlieimer J. & Bro., 28 w. Louisiana. 
Rothschild H., 99 s. Illinois. 



Cloths, Cassimeres and Vestings. 

Geisendorff & Co., 61 and 63 w. Wash- 
ington. 

GLENN W.. & H., 

Glenns' blk., e. Washington. 

FUHNAS JOHN & CO., 

68 e. Washington. See card, page 
42. 

Merritt & Coughlen, w. Washington, 
near river. 



(See, 



Coal Dealers. 

dso, "Wood and Coal Yards.) 



Burk J. & W. C, 23 Virginia av. 
Butsch V. & Dickson, 27 e. Georgia. 
Carson Pryor G., 23 w. Maryland. 
Combs Job S., 452 s. New Jersey. 
PALKNER JOHN E., 

24 w. Maryland. See card, page 22. 
Indianapolis Coal and Mining Co., 19 

Circle. 
Perrine & Allair, 24 Virginia av. 
Rolling Mill Co., office, cor. South and 

Tennessee. 
ROSS J. H., 

24 e. Pearl. See card. 

Coffee and Spice Mills. 

Judson & Dodd,251 and 253 e. Washing- 
ton. 

Cofiin Warerooms. 

Herman J. P., 26 s. Delaware. 
Long & Birch, 15 Circle. 
WEAVER W. W., 

39 n. Illinois. 
Williams Charles, 72 w. Washington. 



Collector. 

(See Agents, Collecting.) 

Colleges. 

Bryant & Stratton, Blackford's blk, s, e. 
cor. Washington and Meridian. 

Indiana Female, C9r. New York and Me- 
ridian. 

Indianapolis Female Institute, cor. Penn- 
sylvania and Michigan. 

N. W. Christian University, Forest Home 
av. 



PURDY'S, 

^tna bldg., and 24^ e. Washington, 
William Purdy, principal. See card, 
page 142. 
St. John's Academy, cor. Tennessee and 
Georgia. 

Commissioners of Deeds. 

BARTHOLOMEW P. W., 

25 w. Washington. 
Davis E. A., room 3, Talbott & New's 

blk. 
Kimball Eben W., 46 e. Washington. 
Wiley & Martin, 10^ e. Washington. 

Commissioners. 

United States. 

Davis Edwin A., room 3, Talbott & New's 

blk. 
KIMBALL EBEN W., 

46 e. Washington. See card, page 

66. 

Commission Merchants. 

(See, also, Flour and Feed Dealers.) 

Bigham H. S,, 224 s. Delaware. 

Evans J. P. & Co., 124 s. Delaware. 

Finney E, W., 65 s. Meridian. 

Foster, Holloway & Co., cor. Virginia av. 
and Delaware. 

Gallup W, P. & E. P., 74 w. Washington. 

Glaizer Charles, 146 s. Pennsylvania. 

Holman G. C, 6 Bates House. 

HUNT A. L. & CO., 
85 e. Washington. 

Johnson & Co., 23 w. Maryland. 

Lesh, Tousey & Co., 43 s. Delaware. 

Merrifleld & Werden, n. w. cor. Tennes- 
see and New York. 

Rush F. P., 99 s. Delaware. 

Sawyer & Willets, 62 e. Market. 

SMOCK & BRO., 

88 e. Washington. See card, page 
18. 

Soper Solon R,, 90 s. Meridian. 

^ lace Andr( 
Maryland. 

Confectioners. 

Wholesale. 

Daggett & Co., 32 s. Meridian. 
Haynes & Carter, 40 w. Washington. 
Kirfer J. A., 21 Massachusetts av. 
MARTIN B., 

80 e. Washington. See card, page 

22. 
Parrott & Smither, 17 n, Pennsylvania. 



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Confectionery and Fruit Stores. 

Cunningham Maria Mrs., 59 n. Illinois. 
Duchene Charles, 114 s, Illinois. 
Ganter Cass, 233 e. Washington. 
Graves R., cor. Tennessee and Kentucky 

av. 
Haynes & Carter, 40 w. Washington. 
Neiman J., 128 s. Illinois. 
Paranck M. 0. M. Mrs., 321 Virginia av, 
Parisette Joseph, 25 n. Illinois. 
Parrott & Smithers, 17 n. Pennsylvania. 
Reed S. A. Mrs., 32 n. Pennsylvania. 
Seitz C, 112 s. Illinois. 
Weinberger & Co., 10 w. Louisiana. 
Woelz C. A., cor. New York and Dela- 



Constables. 

Black George, 381 e. Georgia. 
Stapp T. B., 74 e. Washington. 
Woolen Milton A., res. 248 n. West. 



Contractors. 

Blume Francis J., 27 w. St. Clair. 

Carr Richard, 351 e. McCarty. 

Collins Daniel, 126 Maple. 

Cruse John P., 322 e. Washington. 

Curry R., 141 Meek. 

O'Connor Michael, jr., 73 s. Noble. 

Robinson J., Fourth, bet. Pattison and 

Minerva. 
Roney Charles, 173 n. East. 
Russell James, 250 s. Meridian. 
Seibert H., 143 s. East. 
Shea M., 530 n. Delaware. 
Stumph Johnj 317 n. Alabama. 
Territter Thomas, 3 Bates. 
Whitsit & Bro., office, s. w. cor. Meridian 

and Washington. 
Wrynn Thomas, res. Cumberland, bet. 

Alabama and New Jersey. 
Yost Thomas, 271 w. Washington. 

Conveyancers. 

Spann J. S. & Co., Brown's blk., cor. 

Washington and Pennsylvania. 
Spicer B. M. & Co., 24J w. Washington. 
Wiley & Martin, 10^ e. Washington. 

Coopers. 

Burtan Daniel, New York, bet. Blake and 

Douglas. 
Carey J. S. & Co., foot w. Georgia. 
Casey John, 102 s. East. 
Seiter Kasmur, cor. Union and McCarty. 

Coppersmiths. 

(See Brass Founders.) 



Curled Hair Manufacturers. 

(See "Wig and Toupee Manufacturers.) 

Cutlery. 

(See Hardware and Cutlery.) 

Dentists. 

Burgess C. C, room 1 Odd Fellows Hall. 
HEISKELLW. L., 

10 Eden's blk. See card, page 10. 

Hunt P. G. C, 76^ e. Market. 

Johnston John F., Opera Hall, cor. Meri- 
dian and Maryland. 

KILGOEE & HELMS, 
room 19, Miller's blk. 

Nichols T. M., 27 w. Ohio. 

PURSELL A. EVANS, 

room 6, Wiley's blk., n. Pennsylva- 
nia. See card, page 86. 

Wells G. A,, over 15 e. Washington. 

Wells Meritt, room 2, Yohn's blk., 11 n. 
Meridian. 

Whitesides M. L., rooms 5 and 6, Black- 
ford's blk., cor. Washington and Me- 
ridian. 

Woodbury U. T., 30 n. Mississippi. 

Dentists' Materials. 

Strong & Smith, room 2, Vinton's blk., 
opp. p. 0. 

Distillers. 

(See Eectifiers.) 
Hahn & Bals, 25 s. Meridian. 
LONG, SNYDER & CO., 

214 and 216 s. Delaware. See card, 
page 66. 

Dress Makers. 

(See, also. Milliners.) 

BLAIR D. W. MRS., 

24 n. Pennsylvania. Seecard,page 14. 

Blankinship Mary E. Mrs., 22 s. West. 

Brown R. T. Mrs,, 124 n. East. 

Evans Eliza, 50 s. Illinois. 

Hebble & Wilson, 101 s. Illinois. 

Hinsdale & Quimby, 42 s. Illinois. 

Hudson Kate, 30 n, Delaware. 

Hyman Helena, 66 n. Pennsylvania. 

JARRELL FANNY E., 
36 n. Illinois. 

Jones & Sweeney, 70 e. Market. 

Kissell J. W., 22 s. West. 

Mustard Ellen, 67 w. Georgia. 

Obermeyer Maria A., 50 s. Illinois. 

O'Neil Margaret, 149 e. McCarty. 

Patterson Clemens Mrs., 25 Massachu- 
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Patterson & Johnson, 58 Massachusetts av. 



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Phelps & Burk, 177 e. Washington, 

Philbaum Lou, 46 s. Illinois. 

Phillipps L. Mrs,, Indiana av., near cor. 

Tennessee. 
Richmond E. L. Mrs., 8 n. Pennsylvania. 
Shearer & Morgan, 13 s. Mississippi. 
Starkey & Miller, 32 Virginia av. 
Walker & Dougherty, 3 Odd Fellows Hall. 

Dress Trimmings. 

Biden E. E. Mrs. & Co., 185 e. Washing- 
ton. 

Haerle Willis, 36 w. Washingtin. 

Hinsdale & Quimby, 42 s. Illinois. 

Jarrell Fanny E., 36 n. Illinois. 

Ettenheimer & Co., 10 w. Washington. 

Wittenberg & Ruschaupt, 37 e. Washing- 
ton. 

Druggists and Medicines. 

Retail. 

Athon J. J., 39 w. Washington. 
Ballard W. P., 621 n. Illinois. 
BBOWNING & SLOAN, 

7 and 9 e. Washington. 

Bryan Felix A., cor. Massachusetts av. 
and Vermont. 

Bryan James W,, cor. Illinois and Lou- 
isiana. 

Campbell & Green, 149 w. Washington. 

Castetter Hiram D., 98 e. Washington. 

Gerhardt F. R. & Co., 96 Bluff rd. 

Green J. C. & Co., 98 e. Washington. 

Haskit W. I. & Co., 14 w. Washington. 

Hay & Co., 48 w. Washington. 

Kennedy Robert, 47 s. Illinois. 

Lee H. H., 18 and 20 Bates House. 

Lowry W. M., 73 Massachusetts av. 

Metzner & Co., 91 e. Washington. 

MILLER E. T., 
49 s. Illinois. 

Moody Bros., 180 Indiana av. 

Rosenbach E., 187 e. Washington. 

Senour J. F,, 39 w. Washington. 

Smelser J. W. & Bro., 212 e. Washington. 

Snider & Co., cor. Virginia av. and Noble. 

Stewart & Morgan, 40 e. Washington. 

Tomlinson & Cox, 18 e. Washington. 

Wiles & Reynolds, 48 n. Pennsylvania. 

Woods N. M., 79 e. Market. 

Druggists. 

Wholesale. 

BROWNING & SLOAN, 

7 and 9 e. Washington. 
DAILY H. & CO., 

41 s. Meridian. See card, page 46. 
Haskit W. I. & Co., 14 w. Washington. 
Kiefer & Vinton, 26 s. Meridian. 
Stewart & Morgan, 40 e. Washington. 



Dry Goods and Notions. 

Wholesale. 

Dorian & Kane, 69 s. Illinois. 

GLENN W. & H., 

Glenns' blk., e. Washington. See 
card. 

Hibben, Tarkington & Co., 112 s. Meri- 
dian. 

Kennedy, Byram & Co., 108 s. Meridian. 

Landers & Co., 58 s. Meridian. 

Murphy, Johnston & Co., 49 s. Meridian. 

Pee, Conduitt & Co., 116 s. Meridian. 

Tyler L. H. & Co., 2 w. Washington. 

Retail. 

Cook & Co., 249 e. Washington. 

Dreher, Miller & Co., 250 e. Washington, 

Faught & Nicholas, 12 w. Washington. 

FURNAS JOHN & CO., 

68 e. Washington. See card, page 42. 

Geisendorff & Co., 61 and 63 w. Wash- 
ington, 

GLENN W. & H., 

New York Store, Glenns' blk. 

Jones, Davis & Co., 3 Odd Fellows HalL 

Kahn S. & Bro., 45 and 47 e. Washing- 
ton. 

Osborn J. H. & Son, 174 e. Washington. 

Prange Charles & Co., 318 e. Washington. 

Rice Gustav, 100 e. Washington. 

Robertson & Close, 10 e. Washington. 

ROUT & BATES, 

441 n. Illinois. See card, page 18. 

Sailors J. L. & Son, 197 w. Washington. 

Tyler L. H. & Co., 2 w. Washington. 

Werbe F. L., 249 w. Washington. 

Wittenberg & Ruschaupt, 37 e. Washing- 
ton. 

Dyers and Scourers. 

Bouchet Sophia Mrs., 42 Kentucky av. 
Dixon James W., 32 n. Missouri. 
Fette George, 38 Virginia av. 
Friedgen C. H., 34 n. Illinois. 
Harris J. Mrs., 68 s. Illinois. 
Heaf August, 14 s. Pennsylvania. 
Sehrling John E., 44 Virginia av. 
Prosser John, 50 n. Illinois. 
Rose Charles, 321 e. Washington. 
Smith Jacob, 21 Kentucky av. 
Stucker W,, 190 w. Washington. 

Eating Houses. 

(See, also, Dining Saloons and Eestaurants.) 
Balwick Fred, 32 w. Louisiana. 
Basey James, 33 n. Illinois. 
Cunningham F., 59 n. Illinois. 
Grobe Charles, 12 w. Louisiana. 
Keppel Martin, 36 w. Louisiana. 



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Rockwell's Dining Rooms, J. S. Rockwell 
& Co., props., Louisiana, epp. Union 
depot. 

Union Depot Dining Hall, in Union Depot . 

Weinberger E., in Union Depot, 

Weinberger & Co., 10 w. Louisiana. 

Edge Tool Manufacturer. 

Kellogg N., 411 w. Washington. 

Elevators. 

Lawyer & Hall, 49 s. New Jersey. 
Noel E. L, & E. B., 86 Virginia av. 
Rush F. P., 99 s. Delaware. 

Embroideries, Lace, Etc, 

GLENN W. & H., 

New York Store, Glenns' blk. 
Lennert F., 38 s. Illinois. 

Engines, Portable and Stationery. 

EAGLE MACHINE WOEKS, 

s. Meridian, e. end Union depot. 
GREENLEAP C. A., 

325 s. Tennessee. 
ROOT D. & CO., 

183 and 185 s. Pennsylvania. 
SINKER & CO., 

125 s. Pennsylvania. 

Engravers. 

Silver and Platedware. 

Forbes Joseph R., 11 n. Meridian. 
Perrine T. B,, 73 e. Washington. 
Reed E. R., 50 e. Washington. 

Engravers. 

Wood and Copper. 

Chandler H. C. & Co., s. w. cor. Wash- 
ington and Merinian. 
Perrine T. B., 73 e. Washington. 

Express Companies. 

ADAMS, 

12 e. Washington, John H. Ohr, agt. 

See card, page 50. 
AMERICAN, 

34 e. Washington, J. Butterfield, 

agt. See card, page 138. 
Merchant's Union, 42 and 44 e. Wash- 
ington. 
UNITED STATES, 

34 e. Washington, J. Butterfield, 

agt. See card, page 138. 
City Express, 26^- n. Pennsylvania. 



Fancy Goods. 

Wholesale. 

Baldwin J. H. & Co., 6 e. Washington. 

Evans & Brown, 75 s. Meridian. 

GLENN W. & H., 

Glenns' blk., e. Washington. 

Ludorff L. & Co., 42 s. Meridian. 

Mayer Charles & Co., 29 w. Washington. 

Stiles, Fahnley & McCrea, 131 s. Merid- 
ian. 

Williams Jacob & Co., 4 w. Louisiana. 

Retail. 

Baldwin J. H. & Co., 6 e. Washington. 

Ettenheimer & Solomon, 10 w. Washing- 
ton. 

FURNAS JOHN & CO., 

68 e. Washington. See card, page 
42. 

Faught & Nicholas, 12 w. Washington. 

GLENN W. & H., 

Glenns' blk., e. Washington. 

Haerle William, 36 w. Washington. 

JONES, DAVIS & CO., 
3 Odd Fellows Hall. 

Langbien Joseph, 200 e. Washington. 

Lintner C. H., 184 Indiana av. 

Mayer Charles & Co., 29 w. Washington. 

Ray John W., 20 e. Washington. 

Robertson & Close, 10 e. Washington. 

Sailors J. L. & Son, 197 w. Washington. 

Sedgwick R., 68 n. Illinois. 

Slack A. H., 6 w. Washington. 

VALENTINE W. H., 

34 w. Washington. See page 290. 

Wilde 0. J., 115 8. Illinois. 

Wittenberg & Ruschaupt, 37 e. Washing- 
ton. 

Farm Machinery. 

Dickson C. & Co., 84 w. Washington. 
Indianapolis Agricultural Works, cor. 

Tennessee and Louisiana. 
Lukens R. L,, cor. Washington and Ten- 



Sherwood L. Q., opp. e. end Union depot. 
Stiltz J. George, 78 e. Washington. 
Webb A. L., 75 w. Washington. 

Feathers, Bees-Wax, Etc. 

MICK & CO., 

21 w. Maryland. 

Feed, Auction and Sale Stables. 

(See, also, Livery and Sale Stables.) 

Bond Joel, Court, in rear of post office. 
Boundage E. C, 223 and 225 e. Wash- 
ington. 
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NATIONAL, 

Court, bet. Pennsylvania and Dela- 
ware. See card, page 62. 
Wood & Foudry, 16 n. Pennsylvania. 

Fire-Brick and Tile. 

Butsch V. & Dixon, 27 e. Georgia. 
Wright & Elbreg, 58J e. Market. 



Fire Works. 

(See, also, Fancy Goods.) 

Daggett & Co., 32 s. Meridian. 
Haynes & Carter, 40 w. Washington. 
Mayer Charles & Co., 29 w. Washington. 

Fish Dealers. 

Bartlett Joseph, 181 s. Tennessee. 
Haynes & Suddith, 107 s. Illinois. 
Johnson Charles, 26 w. Pearl. 
Vanbenthuysen J. H., 94 e. Washington. 

Fishing Tackle. 

(See, also, Sporting Apparatus.) 

Baldwin J. H. & Co., 6 e. Washington. 

Ballweg A., 129 vy. Washington. 

Mayer Charles & Co., 29 w. Washington. 

Florists. 

(See, also, Nurserymen.) 

Georgi & Hack, 189 Virginia av. 

Hill J. F. & Co., e. Michigan rd., near 

corporation. 
Weghost Henry, Japan, near Morris. 
Wiegand A., 200 w. South. 

Flour and Feed Stores. 

(See, also. Groceries; also, Commission Merchants.) 

Bigham H. S., 224 s. Delaware. 

Brouse & Irick, 78 Massachusetts av. 

Caldwell Henry W., 149 Indiana av. 

Coughren, Jennings & Heim, 149 e. Wash- 
ington. 

Dehne Charles, 300 e. Washington. 

Emmerick & Co., 86 w. Washington. 

Fahrion George, 90 e. South. 

Geisendorff H. & G. E., 81 and 83 Ma- 
sonic Hall. 

Graham J. J,, 62 n. Pennsylvania. 

Hunt & Wilson, 17 Massachusetts av. 

MacAHTHUR & BLAKE, 
15 s. Delaware. 

Sawyer & Willets, 62 e. Market. 

Shimer C. D,, 304 e. Washington. 

SIMPSON R., 
10 w. Pearl. 

Worland Wm., 62 Virginia av. 



Flouring IVIills. 

(See, also, Flour and Feed Stores.) 

yEtna Mills, 354 w. Washington, James 

Skillen, propr. 
Capital Mills, n. e. cor. Market and Canal, 

John Carlisle, propr. 
Geisendorif C. E. & S. H., w. Washington, 

near White river bridge. 
Heckman & Sheesley, cor. Washington 

and Noble. 
Sohl, Gibson & Co., 352 w. Washington. 

Founderies. 

(See, also. Machinists.) 

Eagle Machine Works, s. Meridian, e. 
end Union Depot. 

Phoenix Foundry, w. Washington, near 
race, Chandler & Taylor, proprs. 

Root D. & Co., 183 and 185 s. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Smitherg R. G. & Co., Pearl, bet. Missis- 
sippi and Missouri, 

Springer M. B., cor, Washington and 
Benton. 

Fruit Dealers. 

Ilifle R. W. & Son, 20 w. Louisiana. 
Smith Wm. L., 146 Virginia av. 
VanCamp, Jackson & Co., 223 w. Ohio. 

Freight Lines. 

Empire Line, 96 Virginia av., W. S. Tar- 

kington, agt. 
Erie Transportation, 94 Virginia av,, W. 

T. Clark, agt. 
Great Western Dispatch, 80 Virginia av., 

T. A. Lewis, agt. 
Peoples' Dispatch, 44 e. Washington, S. 

T. Scott, agt. 
MERCHANTS' DISPATCH, 

19 Virginia av,, G. G. Earle, agt. 

See card, page 146. 
Star Union and AUentown Line, 85 Vir- 
ginia av., S. F. Gray, 'Bgt. 

Fur Dealers. 

Bamberger H,, 16 e. Washington. 

Davis Isaac & Co., 11 w. Washington. 

GLENN W. & H., 

Glenns' blk,, e. Washington. 

Goldsberry L. D. & Bro., 32 w. Wash- 
ington. 

Jones, Davis & Co., 3 Odd Fellows Hall. 

Mclver J. C, 22 e. Washington. 

Furnaces and Ranges. 

(See, also. Stoves.) 
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Munson & Johnston, 62 e. Washington. 
TUTEWILER BROS., 

74 e. Washington. See card, page 
214. 

Furnishing Goods. 

Gents. 

Conatj J. B., 198 e. Washington. 
Fox Solomon, 38 w. Washington. 
Gerstner A. J., 173 e. Washington. 
Goepper F. & Co., 17 e. Washington. 
Gramling J. & P., 35 e. Washington. 
Greisheimer & Bro., 1 w. Washington. 
Kahn A., 33 w. Washington. 
Katzenstein, Wachtel & Co., 3 Bates 

House. 
McGinnis Owen, 39 e. Washington. 
MAYER J. & BRO., 

2 Palmer House. See card, page 70. 
Myer & Strauss, 4 tv. Washington. 
Parker R. R., 30 w. Washington. 
Rauh Bros., 1 Palmer House. 
RAY JOHIJ W., 

20 6. Washington. 
Roeth & Meier, 207 e. Washington. 
Smith & Fostei", 27 n. Pennsylvania. 
Sweinhart W. & Co., 21 a. Meridian. 

Ladies and Children. 

Biden E. E. & Co., 185 e. Washington. 
BLAIR D. W. MRS., 

24 n. Pennsylvania. See card, page 
14. 

Smith & Foster, 27 n. Pennsylvania. 

Furniture. 

Manufacturers. 
(See, also, Cabinet and Chair-Makers.) 

CABINET-MAKERS' UNION. 

105 e. Washington. See card, fly 
leaf, page viii. 

Dohn Philip, 246 s. Meridian. 

Helwig, Roberts & Co., 117 e. Washing- 
ton. 

Sloan & Woollen, 57 w. Washington. 

Spiegel, Thoms & Co., 71 and 73 w. 
Washington. 

Wilkens & Hall, 39 s. Illinois. 

Dealers. 

Baker N. S. & Co., 3 e. Washington. 
CABINET-MAKERS' UNION, 

105 e. Washington. See card, page 
viii. 

Dohn Philip, 246 s. Meridian. 

Helwig, Roberts & Co., 117 e. Washing- 
ton. 

Jose Nicholas, 8 s. Pennsylvania. 



McCREERY & FAY, 

56 and 58 e. Washington. See card, 

pages 38 and 160. 
Marot J. R., 87 e. Washington. 
Sloan & Woollen, 57 w. Washington. 
SPIEGEL, THOMS & CO., 

71 and 73 w. Washington. 
TUTEWILER BROS., 

74 e. Washington. See page 214. 
WILKENS & HALL, 

39 s. Illinois. 

Game and Poultry. 

(See Grocers and Meat Markets.) 

Gas Fixtures and Fitters. 

(See, also, Plumbers.) 

CottreU & Knight, 108 s. Delaware. 
Coulter & White, 82 e. Market. 
DAVIS J. W., 

110 s. Delaware. See card, page 

178. 
Dunn & Karuey, 70 n. Illinois. 
HANNING, RAMSEY & CO., 

82 w. Washington. See card in full, 

on page 162. 

Glassware. 

(See China, Glass and Queensware.) 

Glaziers. 

(See Painters.) 

Gloves. 

(See Dry Goods; also, Gents' Furnishing Goods.) 

Glue Manufacturers. 

Goes J. H., crossing Michigan rd. and 

Canal. 
MEARS H. B., 

cor. Kentucky av. and Mississippi, 
p. 0. box 150. See card, page 28. 

Grain Dealers. 

(See, also, CoiDmission Merchants ; also. Flouring 
Mills.) 

Coughlen, Jennings & Heim, 149 e. Wash- 

ington. 
Gallup W. P. & E. P., 74 w. Washington. 
Glazier Charles, 146 s. Pennsylvania. 
Lawyer & Hall, 49 s. New Jersey. 
Noel E. L. & E. B., 86 Virginia av. 
Rush F. P., 99 s. Delaware. 

Grates and Mantles. 

(See, also, Marble ; also, Stone Dealers.) 
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McOuat R. L. & A. W., 67 w. Washing- 
ton. 

Munson & Johnson, 62 e. Waseington. 

Root D. & Co., 66 e. Washington. 

TUTEWILER BBOS., 

74 e Washington. See card, page 
214. 

Gravel Roofers. 

Sims, Miller & Hoskins, e. Washington, 
bet. Noble and Benton. 



Grocers. 

Wholesale. 

Alford, Talbott & Co., 2 Morrisons' Opera 

blk., s. Meridian. 
CONNELY, WILES & CO., 

149 s. Meridian. See card, page 46. 

Crossland, Maguire & Co., 52 s. Meridian. 

Elliott, Ryan & Co., 48 s. Meridian. 

Foster, Holloway & Co., cor. Virginia av. 
and Delaware. 

Holland, Ostemeyer & Co., 76 e. Wash- 
ington. 

JONES A. & CO., 

74 and 76 s. Meridian. 

Stoneman & Tuttle, cor. Meridian and 
Louisiana. 

Retail. 

Albert Ephriam, 72 Plum, 

Allison R. C, cor. Virginia av. and New 

Jersey. 
Ante Jacob, 299 s. Delaware. 
Baker & Surley, cor. Virginia av. and 

South. 
Ballman H., 300 Blake. 
Baxter & Davis, 250 w. Washington. 
Bettes William H., 20 n. Delaware. 
Berg Henry, 175 s. Tennessee. 
Blatz Catherine, 440 s. Illinois. 
Bowker Hanson, 50 Virginia av. 
Bowser Levi C, 275 Virginia av. 
Brado Thomas, s. e. cor. South and East. 
Brandt Henry N., 546 e. Washington. 
Brandte, Reasoner & Co., National rd., e. 

Pogues' Run. 
Brets Adam, 44 w. Louisiana. 
Brinker August, 124 w. New York. 
Brinkman John F., 261 Massachusetts 

av. 
Brooker Thomas, cor. Tennessee and 

Sixth. 
Brown Albert, 387 s. Delaware. 
Brown & Holman, 59 w. AVashington. 
Brown John Gr., cor. North and New 

Jersey. 
Buchder John, 52 s. California. 
Bucker John, 113 e. St. Joseph. 
Budd & Huff, 298 n. Pennsylvania. 



Bulsterbaum John, cor. Meridian and 
Madison av. 

Burchfield Lewis, s. w. cor. Tennessee 
and McCarty. 

Carr Thomas, n. w. cor. Missouri and 
Merrill. 

Charles Daniel B., 594 n. Illinois. 

Clary D. R. & Son, 63 e. McCarty. 

Clem A. & Bros., 145 n. Delaware. 

Cook William, 47 s. East. 

Coors A. F., 151 w. Washington. 

Cress & Son, 289 Virginia av. 

Cussick John, 75 s. West. 

Dammegan A., cor. Washington and 
Orient. 

Dammegan Charles, cor. East and Wash- 
ington. 

Dawson & Richards, 399 n. New Jersey. 

Dill E. B., 98 Broadway. 

Donnelly F., 347 s. Delaware, 

Draper James, 180 w. Washington, 

Dunlop J,, 190 n, Missouri, 

Eagle & Son, 340 n, Delaware. 

Elder & Ripley, 48 n. Illinois, 

Ferber August, National rd., near White 
river bridge, 

Ferriter Maurice, 142 s, Meridian. 

FOWLER W. S. & CO., 

251 n. Illinois. See card, page 242. 

Franklin William, 157 Indiana av. 

French H., National rd., near bridge. 

Gardner W., 247 Indiana av. 

Geisel & Enners, 389 n. Noble. 

Goe H. M., 852 w. New York. 

Goodheart B. F., 126 e. Michigan. 

Goth, Brown & Co., 489 n. New Jer- 
sey. 

Griese Francis, s. w. cor. Madison av. 
and McCarty. 

Haneman J. F., 135 Massachusetts av. 

Harvey & Wingate, 77 e. Washington. 

Hauck John, 99 Massachusetts av. 

Helm John, 272 Winston. 

Henergen G. & E., 109 s. Illinois. 

Henscher Charles, 24 w. McCarty. 

Henslen Henry, 301 Massachusetts av. 

Hermening C, 283 s. Dslaware. 

Hetselgesser & Wiggs, cor. Illinois and 
e. South. 

Hilgemeir & Co., 367 s. Delaware. 

Hillman William, cor. Virginia av. and 
McCarty. 

Hoffmeister N., 150 n. Noble. 

Hoover Daniel, cor. New York and Doug- 
las. 

Horn & Anderson, 31 w. Washington. 

Huffman P., n. Tennessee. 

Hutton E. L. & Co., 94 n. Illinois. 

Iliff R. W. & Son, 20 w. Louisiana. 

Jenkins A. W., 14 n. Delaware. 

Jordan John, 162 w. Washington. 

Kalb F., 310 Winston. 

Kearns L. G. & Co., 399 n. Illinois. 



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Kettenbach & Newmeyer, 273, 275 and 
277 Massachusetts av. 

Kevers John H,, 525 n. Mississippi. 

Klingensmith J., 180 w. Washington. 

Koehler & Laaz, 247 n. Noble. 

Roller E. H., 306 e. Washington. 

Kothe W., 190 n. Davidson. 

Krappf & Strothmann, 176 s. Illinois. 

Kregelo Charles, 52 Madison av. 

King G. C, 24 e. Georgia. 

Kruger & Hillman, 491 Virginia av. 

Langenberg F. H. & Co., 244 and 246 w. 
Washington. 

Lawless M., 138 s. Noble. 

Lawrence A. V., 173 w. Washington. 

Linder J. L., 395 s. East. 

Lintner D. H., 400 w. North. 

Logan B., 191 w. South. 

Long Thomas, 127 Indiana av. 

Lonergan John, cor. Pine and Noble. 

Ludwig S., 142 Ft. Wayne av. 

Lukens B. & Co., 24 s. Meridian. 

McGinnis John, 280 e. Washington. 

McLaren D., 252 s. Tennessee. 

Mann & Davis, 200 Virginia av. 

Mardick & Vollmer, 399 e. Georgia. 

Merrifield & Werden, cor. New York and 
Tennessee. 

Mitchell & McCain, Mississippi, bet. 
Fifth and Sixth. 

Morris S. B., cor. McCarty and Illinois. 

Munson William L., cor. Alabama and 
Market. 

Mussman & Bro., 244 s. Meridian, 

Naughton & Graney, 210 e. Washing- 
ton. 

Niemeyer H. L., 102 s. Noble. 

North P. A., cor. Blake & Elizabeth. 

Plodsterth Victor, 207 Davidson. 

Pohler & Co., cor. Meridian and Race. 

Porter Omar T., 312 n. Meridian. 

Potts Charles, 296 e. Ohio. 

Prange Charles & Co., 318 e. Washing- 
ton. 

Rasener Fred. W., 288 e. Washington. 

Reagan David J., cor. Alabama and St. 
Clair. 

Reese H. & Co., 113 and 115 w. Wash- 
ington. 

Rehling C, 188 s. Illinois. 

Rentsch Herman, 145 e. Washington. 

Richter Frederick, 317 8. Illinois. 

Richter William, 416 Virginia av. 

Roch H. H., 192 s. Meridian. 

Rodewald H., 441 Virginia av. 

ROSEBROCK F., 

8. w. cor. South and Virginia av. 
See card, page 58. 

ROUT & BATES, 

441 n. Illinois. See card, page 18. 

Rupp J., cor. West and Kentucky av. 

Sage & Coble, 157 w. Washington. 

Santz E., 204 Indiana av. 



SCHETTER & SIMPSON, 

cor. Delaware and South. 

Scholtzhuer A., 248 n. Liberty. 

Schooley & Wells, 523 n. Illinois. 

SCHOPPENHORST WM., 
125 e. Washington. 

Schroder & Lackenan, 380 Virginia av. 

Schwear & Spear, 272 e. Washington. 

Schnic M. C, 147 s. Meridian. 

Schwoneger H. C, cor. Meridian and 
McCarty. 

Seeman C, 615 e. Washington. 

Shearer L., 123 w. Vermont. 

Sheets D., 241 w. McCarty. 

Sheets & McClain, 225 w. Washington. 

Shrour H. H., 260 s. Alabama. 

Simon F., 188 n. Noble. 

Simpson Nicholas, 230 s. Delaware. 

Sloan W. G., 51 n. Noble. 

Smith Fred., 200 n. Mississippi. 

Smith Fuller, 146 Virginia av. 

Smith & Harland, 199 Massachusetts av. 

Smith Squire, cor. Mississippi and Wash- 
ington. 

Snyder C. W., 302 n. Illinois. 

Socwell H. M., 232 e. Washington. 

Sogemeir & Co., 170 s. Meridian. 

Soper W. G., 323 s. Delaware. 

Spencer & Mix, 246 e. Washington. 

Sponsel H., 359 s. Delaware. 

Stein & Lintner, 182 Indiana av. 

Steigman & Weis, 150 Madison av. 

Stiennetz & Co., 329 s. East. 

Stoelting Fred., 300 n. West. 

Stolta H. & Co., cor. Delaware and Mc- 
Carty. 

Stout F. & Son, 160 w. Washington. 

Stout 0. B. & Bro., 42 w. Washington. 

Stuckmeyer J. H., 362 Virginia av. 

Suart J. B,, 219 Massachusetts av. 

Surdey J. S., cor. Virginia av. and South. 

Surface J. W., 177 s. Meridian. 

Tarlton John, 47 n. Illinois. 

Thayer & Son, 290 e. Washington. 

Thomas C. & Bros., 250 e. Ohio. 

Thomas W. H., 24 s. Meridian. 

Tilly H., 108 s. Meridian. 

Traub Israel, 500 n. Alabama. 

Traup B. F., 351 e. Market. 

Tuttle & Co., 44 n. Pennsylvania. 

Vancamp, Jackson & Co., 228 w. Ohio. 

Vehling Fred., 191 e. South. 

Vinedge John A., 22 s. Meridian. 

Wallace W. John, 322 e. Washington. 

Warner L,, 46 Indiana av. 

Weber J. A. & Bro., 211 Massachusetts 
av. 

Werbe F. L., 249 w. Washington. 

Wilcox C. D.jCor. Noble and Virginia av. 

Wilson Ann Mrs., 88 e. South. 

WINGATE JOSEPH F., 
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Witti & Boerner, corner McCarty and 

West. 
Wittinger J., 100 s. Noble. 
Worland William, 150 w. Vermont. 
Wright Levi, 323 n. Alabama. 
Yeager W., 248 n. Noble. 

Gunsmiths and Amunition Dealers. 

Ausbuttel Louis, 166 e. Washington. 
Balweg Ambrose, 129 w. Washington. 
Beck Christian, 8.s. Pennsylvania. 
Beck Samuel, 63 e. Washington.- 

Hair Dressers. 

(See Barbers.) 
Snapp Abigal, 69 w. New York. 

Halls and Buildings. 

(See Public Halls, Blocks and Buildings, a full list 
following list of streets and avenues, and oppo- 
site Business Directory.) 



Hand Looms. 

Dickson C. & Co., 84 w. Washington. 
Dow & Allen, 84 e. Market. 



Hardware and Cutlery. 

Wholesale. 

Anderson, Bullock & Schofield, 62 s. Me- 
ridian. 

Dorsey & Layman, 64 e. Washington. 

Roll, Kimble & Aikman, 123 s. Meri- 
dian. 

Vajen J. H. & Co., 21 w. Washington. 

Vonnegut Clemens, 178 and 180 e. Wash- 
ington. 

Eetail. 

Dorsey & Layman, 64 e. Washington. 
Freese C. & Co., 27 w. Washington. 
Pottage Benjamin, 77^ w. Washington. 
Vajen J. H. & Co., 21 w. Washington. 
Vonnegut Clemens, 178 and 180 e. Wash - 
ington. 

Hardware. 

Wagon, Carriage and Heavy. 

HOLLIDAY W. J. & CO., 

59 s. Meridian, 

Maxwell, Fry & Thurston, 34 s. Meri- 
dian. 

OVER E. & CO., 

68 s. Meridian. See card, page 86. 

Pottage Benjamin, 77J e. Washington. 

SHARE GEORGE K. & CO. 
40 s. Meridian. 

Vajen J. H. & Co., 21 w. Washington. 



Harness and Saddle-Makers. 

(See, also, Saddle and Harness-Makers.) 

Andra John, 224 e. Washington. 
Arnholter Henry, 225 e. Washington. 
BANGS WM. S. & BRO., 

340 Virginia av. 
CARR R. S. & J. M., 

70 w. Washington. See card, page 

170. 
HERETH J. C & BRO., 

24 n. Delaware. 
Hobbs & Bare, 248 w. Washington. 
Jennison John, s. w. cor. South and East 
Linton G. A., 252 Indiana av. 
Nicolai C, 326 e. Washington. 
REYER & THOMS, 

109 e. Washington. See card, page 

122, and cover. 
Sellers D. E., 17 Virginia av. 
Sulgrove James & Son, 20 w. Washington. 

Harness Trimmings. 

(See, also, Saddlery Hardware.) 

CARRR. S. & J.M., 

70 w. Washington. See card, page 

170. 
HERETH J. C. & BRO., 

24 n. Delaware. 
REYER & THOMS, 

109 e. Washington. See card, page 

122, and cover. 
SHARE GEO. K. & CO,. 

40 s. Meridian. See card, page 70, 

and cover. 
Sulgrove James & Son, 20 w. Washington. 

Hats, Caps and Furs. 

Wholesale. 

DONAIiDSdN & ALVEY, 

54 s. Meridian. 
Talbott, Ricard & Co., 36 s. Meridian. 

Retail. 

Bamberger H., 16 e. Washington. 
Conaty J. B,, 198 e. Washington. 
Davis Isaac & Co., 11 w Washington. 
Goldsberry L. D. & Bro., 32 w. Washing- 
ton. 
Mclver J. C, 22 e. Washington. 
Seaton E. A., 25 n. Pennsylvania. 
Stelberg August, 262 e. Washington. 

Hat Manufacturers. 

Brown W. P., 34 Kentucky av. 

Hay Rakes. 

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Hides, Leather and Oil. 

(See, also, Leather and Findings.) 

DEITZ & BEISNER, 

17 s. Delaware. 
Fishback John, 125 s. Meridian. 
Frenzel, Will & Co., 133 s. Illinois. 
Mooney & Co., 147 s. Meridian. 
Sharps J. K., 49 s. Delaware. 
Yandes Daniel, jr., 38 e. Washington. 

Hoop Skirt iVIanufacturers. 

Newman H. Mrs., 95 e. Washington. 
Rice Samuel, 26 n. Pennsylvania. 
VALENTINE W. H., 

34 w. Washington. See page 290. 

Horse Powers. 

(See, also, Machinists.) 

Eagle Machine Works, s. Meridian, e. 

end Union Depot. 
Phoenix Foundry, w. end Washington. 
SINKER & CO., 

125 s. Pennsylvania. 

Horse-Shoers. 

(See, also, Blacksmiths.) 

Ahlbrand W., 240 s. Delaware. 

Beard & Forshee, 29 s. Tennessee. 

Davis G. M., cor. Pitt and Indiana av. 

EWALD H. & CO., 

cor. Pratt and Fort Wayne av. See 
card, page 174. 

Gass & Rosenor, 299 Massachusett av. 

Gates John J., 26 s. New Jersey. 

Geisel George, 144 Fort Wayne av. 

HITCHENS JOHN, 

44 e. Maryland. See card, page 58. 

Kuerzer Frank, 23 n. Noble. 

McVea David, 281 w. Washington. 

Miller Louis, cor. Washington and Ben- 
ton. 

Raymond Samuel, 60 e. Maryland. 

Siebert S. M., 302 e. Washington. 

Smith John (j., 38 s. Pennsylvania. 

Trucksess J., 70 Kentucky av. 

Whitney J. W., 44 s. Pennsylvania. 

Vanantwerp G, W., 287 e. Washington. 

Horse Collar Manufacturers. 

(See, also. Saddle and Harness-Makers.) 

CAER R. S. & J. M., 

70 w. Washington. See card, page 

170. 
HERETH J. C. & BRO., 

24 n. Delaware. 
REYER & THOMS, 

109 e. Washington. See «ard, page 

122 and cover. 
Sulgrove James & Son, 20 w. Washington, 



Hosiery, Gloves and White Goods. 

(See, also, Furnishing Goods.) 

Dow & Allen, 84 e Market. 

Funk, Krauss & Co., e. Washington. 

GLENN W. & H. 

Glenns' blk., e. Washington. 
VALENTINE W. H., 

34 w. Washington. See card, page 

290. 
Williams Jacob & Co., 4 w. Louisiana. 

Hotels. 

BATES HOUSE, 

n. w. cor. Washington and Illinois, 
Elisha Seymour, propr. See card, 
on fly leaf. 

California House, 184 s. Illinois. 

COMMERCIAL, 

n. e. cor. Illinois and Georgia, Geo. 
McCormick, propr. 

Concordia House, 200 s. Illinois. 

Emeneggers, 111 and 113 e. Washington. 

LITTLE'S, 

s. e. cor. Washington and New Jer- 
sey, John J. Fay, Propr. 

Macy House, s. e. cor. Illinois and Mar- 
ket. 

ORIENTAL HOUSE, 

e. side Illinois, bet. Maryland and 
Georgia, Frank Costigan & Bro., 
proprs. 

PALMER HOUSE, 

s. e. cor. Illinois and Washington, 
B, Mason, propr. 

Pattison House, 63 n. Illinois. 

Pyle House, 95 n. Meridian. 

Railroad House, 166 s. Illinois. 

Ray House, s. e. cor. Delaware and South, 
Isaac Pritchard, propr. 

SHERMAN HOUSE, 

w. Louisiana, opp. Union Depot. 
See card, page 178. 

SPENCER HOUSE, 

n. w. cor. Illinois and Louisiana, J. 
W. Canan, propr. See card, on fly 
leaf. 

UNION HALL, 

139 e. Washington, William Dell, 
propr. 

Wiles House, s. e. cor. Illinois and Mary- 
land. 

House Furnishing Goods. 

Wholesale. 

Gall & Rush, 101 e. Washington. 

Hume, Adams & Co., 26 and 28 w. Wash- 
ington. 

MeCREARY & FAY, 

56 and 58 e. Washington. See cards, 
pages 38 and 150. 

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TUTEWILER BROS., 

74 e. Washington. See card, page 
214. 
Wilson Joseph B., 169 and 171 w. Wash- 
ington. 

Retail. 

Hume, Adams & Co., 26 and 28 w. Wash- 
ington. 

Mccreary & fay, 

56 and 58 e. Washington. See cards, 
pages 38 and 150. 

Munson & Johnston, 62 e. Washington. 

TUTEWILER BROS., 

74 e. Washington. See card, page 
214. 

Wilson J. B., 169 and 171 w. Washing- 
ton. 
Hubs Spokes and Felloes. 

Holliday W. J. & Co., 59 s. Meridian. 

Osgood, Smith & Co., 230 s. Illinois. 

OVER E. & CO., 

68 8. Meridian. See card, page 86. 

Maxwell, Ery & Thurston, 34 s. Meri- 
dian. 

SHARE GEORGE K. & CO., 

40 s. Meridian. See cards, page 70, 
and cover. 

Ice Cream Saloons. 

(See, also, Confectioners and Restaurants.) 
Cunningham M. Mrs., 59 n, Illinois. 
Duchene C, 114 s. Illinois. 
Ganter C, 233 e. Washington. 
Haynes & Carter, 40 w. Washington. 
MARTIE" B., 

80 e. Washington. See card page 22 
Parisette J., 25 n. Illinois. 
BECKER P. P., 

17 n. Pennsylvania. 
Reed S. A. Mrs., 32 n. Pennsylvania. 

See Dealers. 

BURKHARDT A. J., 

248 n. Mississippi. See page 294. 
BUTSCH JOSEPH, 

68 w. South. 
Frary Patrick, bds. California House. 
Langsdale J. M. W., 10 n. Delaware. 
Nickles Jacob, bds. California House. 
Pitts George, 359 s. Mississippi. 

Instruments. 

Mathematical and Philosophical. 

Steffens E. P., s. w. cor. Meridian and 
Washington. 

Optical. 
McLene & Heron, 1 Bates House. 
Moses L. W., 50 e. Washington. 
Semmons H., 43 s. Illinois. 



Surgical and Dental. 

Browning & Sloan, 7 and 9 e. W ashington* 
Strong & Smith, room 2 Vinton's blk,' 
opp. p. 0. 

Insurance Agents. 

(See Agents, Insurance.) 

Insurance Companies. 

Fire. 
(Home Companies.) 

EQUITABLE, 

incorporated in 1861; capital $300,- 
000 ; Allen Gibson, prest., Isaac 
Waring, secy., E. M. Miller, general 
agt., M. W. Boyles, adjusting agt., 
office 4 Odd Fellows Hall. See card, 
page 78. 
GERMAN MUTUAL, 

of Indiana, 14 s. Delaware, incorpo- 
rated 1854; A. Seidensticker, prest., 
Frederick Reitzinger, secy., Charles 
Brinkman, treas., Valentine Butsch, 
Jonn Stumph, George Koeniger, A. 
Naltner, Julius Boetticher, Charles 
Grobe, C. F. Resener, directors ; offi- 
cers chosen third Wednesday in April 
HOME, 

of Indianapolis, organized in 1864, 
capital $258,675.23, G. W. Morris, 
prest,, Allen Gibson, vice-prest., T. 
B. Parker, secy., W. T. Gibson, 
treas., J. W. Parker, general agt., 
M. W. Boyles, local agt., home office 
64 e. Washington. See page v. 
INDIANA, 

home office room 5 Odd Fellows Hall, 
cor. Washington and Pennsylvania, 
J. S. Harvey, prest., C. P. Weld, vice- 
prest,, W. T. Gibson, secy. 
INDIANAPOLIS, 

office diagonal cor. Virginia av. and 
s. Pennsylvania, Wm. Henderson, 
prest., A. C. Jameson, secy. 
Sinnissippi, office room 15 Eden's blk.. 
e. Market, Henry C. Hall, prest., 
Robert J. Thompson, vice-prest. 
UNION, 

office over 2 w. Washington, cor. Me- 
ridian, organized 1865, cash capital 
$200,000, secured by bonds deposited 
with the Auditor of State ; E. B. 
Martindale, prest., George W. Dunn, 
secy., Isaac Hays, agt., James M. 
Ray, Wm. S. Hubbard, Jos. D. Patti- 
son, George B, Yandes, E. B. Mar- 
tindale, John W. Murphy, Henry 
Schnull, Nicholas McCarty, Jesse L. 
Williams, Thomas H. Sharpe, J. H. 
Baldwin, Jere McLene, Martin L. 
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Fire. 
(Foreign companies having agencies in this city.) 

JETNA, 

of Hartford, Connecticut, cash capi- 
tal and surplus, $4,075,830.55 ; in- 
corporated 1819. charter perpetual, 
do a fire and marine insurance ; L. J. 
Hendee, prest., J, Goodnow, secy., J, 

B. Bennett, general agt., Cincinnati, 
A. Abromet, agt., office ./Etna bldg., 
n. Pennsylvania, bet. Washington 
and Market. See card of iEtna, fol- 
lowing page 4. 

Charter Oak, of Hartford, Connecticut, 

C. B. Davis, agt., room 6 Odd Fel- 
lows Hall. 

CINCINNATI HOME, 

s. e. cor. Washington and Meridian, 
capital $300,000; Charles C. Reakivt, 
prest., 0. M. Gray, vice-prest., C. M. 
Ransom, secy., Charles C. Reakirt, 
Joseph Kinsey, F. D. S. Whetstone, 
L. C. Hopkins, F. H. Lawson, W. W. 
Hanley, Geo. L. Winchell, John D. 
Hinde, L. D. Watson, George W. 
Hamilton, John M. Secrist, 0. M. 
Gray, M. F. Thompson, Hugh Stew- 
art, J. H. Overdick, H. Schrader, 
Fred Eckstein, J. L. Haven, D. M. 
Barnett, all of Cincinnati, directors. 
E. B. Tidd & Bro., agts, See card, 
page 34. 

City, of Hartford, Connecticut, David E. 
Snyder, agt., 4 w. Washington. 

Continental, of New York, C. P. Laird, 
agt., 85 e. Washington. 

CORN EXCHANGE, 

of New York, capital $400,000, in- 
vested in government bonds, bank 
stock and mortgages on real estate, 
R. F. Mason, prest., George A. Dres- 
ser, secy., Loomis & Stawitz, agts., 
77^ e. Market. 

ENTERPRISE, 

of Cincinnati, capital $1,000,000; 
Thomas Sherlock, prest., W. B. Cas- 
sily, vice-prest., M, M. Richardson, 
secy., W. Byron Carter, asst. secy. 
W. P. Stratton, surveyor, R. M. 
Bishop, Theo. Cook, Joseph C. But- 
ton, L. R.Hall, A. R. Winslow, Chas. 
Rule, Adolph Wood, John Shilleto, 
A. P. Bullock, D. T. Woodrow, Allen 
Collier, S. A. Harris, James Glenn, 
directors, Martin, Hopkins & Follett, 
agts., new Journal bldg. See card, 
page 182. 

Firemen's, of Chicago, J. S. Dunlop, agt., 
16 n. Meridian. 

Harmony, of New York, J. S. Dunlop, 
agt., 16 n. Meridian. 

Hartford, of Hartford, Connecticut, David 
E. Snyder, agt., 4 w. Washington. 



HOME, 

of New Haven, Connecticut, capital 
$1,000,000, invested in government 
bonds, bank stock and mortgages, 
D. R. Satterlee, prest., Charles Wil- 
son, vice-prest,, W. A. Goodell secy., 
incorporated 1860, Christian Stawitz, 
agt., 77^ e. Market, Eden's blk, See 
card, page 14. 

HOME. 

of New York, cash capital $2,000,- 
000, doing a fire and marine insu- 
rance, Charles J. Martin, prest., A. 
F. Wilmarth, vice-prest., John Mc- 
Gee, secy., J. H. Washburn, asst. 
secy., A. Abromet, agt., office Mino. 
bldg., n. Pennsylvania. 

INTERNATIONAL, 

of New York, capital $1,000,000, 
invested in government bonds, 
bank stocks and mortgages on real 
estate, organized 1864, Charles Tay- 
lor, prest., Hamilton Bruce, vice- 
prest., C, C. Hine, secy., Loomis & 
Stawitz, agts., 77J e. Market, Eden's 
blk. 

Liverpool, London and Globe, fire and 
marine, J. S. Spann & Co., agts.. 
Brown's blk., cor. Washington and 
Pennsylvania. 

Lorillard, of New York, J. S. Dunlop, 
agt., 16 n. Meridian. 

Lumbermans, of Chicago, 111., John S. 
Spann & Co., agts., room 2, Brown's 
blk., cor. Washington and Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Manhattan, of New York, C. B. Davis, 
agt., room 6, Odd Fellows Hall. 

Merchants, of Chicago, 111., C. P. Laird, 
agt., 35 e. Washington. 

Merchants, of Hartford, Conn., C. B. Da- 
vis, agt,, 6 Odd Fellows Hall. 

Market, of New York, J. S. Dunlop, agt., 
16 n. Meridian. 

New England, of Hartford, Conn., J. S. 
Dunlop, agt., 16 n. Meridian. 

North-American, of Hartford, Conn., Da- 
vid E. Snyder, agt., 4 w. Washington. 

North-America, of Philadelphia, Mar- 
tin, Hopkins & Follett, agts., new 
Journal bldg., e. Market, 

North-American, of New York, D. E. 
Snyder, agt., 4 w. Washington. 

Phoenix, of Hartford, Conn., David E. 
Snyder, agt., 4 w. Washington, 

Phoenix, of New York, C. B. Davis, agt., 
6 Odd Fellows HaU. 

Putnam, of Hartford, Conn., David E. 
Snyder, agt., 4 w. Washington. 

Security, of New York, J. S. Dunlop, 
agt., 16 n. Meridian. 

Sun, of Cleveland, 0., C. B. Davis, Agt., 
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TEUTONIA, 

of Cleveland, 0., capital $200,000 ; 
H. W. Luetkemoyer, prest., I. Stop- 
ple, vice-prest., E. Hessenmueller, 
secy., Christian Stawitz, agt., 77^- e. 
Market, Eden's blk. 

UITDERWRITERS' AGENCY, 
of New York, is composed of the 
German, Hanover, Niagara and Re- 
public Ins. Co., of New York ; capi- 
tal $3,000,000, invested in Govern- 
ment bonds, bank stocks and morta- 
ges on real estate, Jonathan D, Steele, 
prest. Niagara Ins. Co., prest., Jno. 
Eder Kahl, vice-prest. German Ins. 
Co., vice-prest,, Robert S. Hume, 
prest. Republic Ins, Co., treaa., Alex- 
ander Stoddard, general agt., M. F. 
Collier, special agt. for Indiana, 
Christian Stawitz, local agt., 77i e. 
Market, Eden's blk. See card, page 
30, 

United Fire and Marine, of Covington, 
Ky., E. B, Tidd & Bro., agt., Black- 
ford's blk., s. e, cor. Washington and 
Meridian. 

Yonkers & New York, Martin Hopkins 
& Follett, agts., new Journal bldg., 
e. Market. 

Horse. 

(Home Companies.) 

American, of Indianapolis, A. J. Davis, 
secy,, Vinton's blk,, n, Pennsylva- 
nia, opp. p. 0. 

(Foreign Companies having Agencies in this City.) 

Great-Western, T, H, Wingate, actuary, 

Vinton's blk, 
Hartford Live Stock, Martin & Hopkins, 

agts., new Journal bldg., e. Market. 

Life. 
(City Companies.) 

FRANKLIN, 

oifice 19 n. Meridian, chartered 1866, 
James M. Ray, prest,, William G, 
Hubbard, vice-prest,, Edward P, 
Howe, secy,, Thomas H, Bonham, 
general agt. 

(Foreign Companies having Agencies in this City.) 

^tna, of Hartford, Conn., D. E. Snyder, 
agt,, 4 w. Washington. 

Columbus Accident, of Columbus, 0., 
capital $1,000,000, George B. Wright, 
prest., David S. Gray, vice-prest., E. 
H. Dennis, secy. Directors for 
1867 — Columbus: Benjamin E.Smith, 
William B. Howkes, John Miller, 



Richard D. Harrison, William G. 
Deshler, George B. Wright, Thomas 
Laugh, William A. Piatt, David S. 
Gray, Theodore Comstock, James H, 
Godman. Dayton, Ohio: Jacob B. 
Olwin, N. B, Darst, John H, Winters, 
Cincinnati, Ohio : Alfred Gaither, 
P.W . Strader, William Hooper. Zanes- 
ville, 0.: H. J. Jewett. Indianapo- 
lis, Ind.: E. J, Peck, Springfield, O.: 
Samuel McPherson. Martins & Hop- 
kins, agts,, first lioor, new Journal 
bldg, 

BERKSHIRE. 

of Pittsfield, Massachusetts, cash 
assetts $750,000, P. W. Bartholomew, 
22 w, Washington, general agt, for 
Indiana, 

CONTINENTAL, 

of Hartford, Conn., F, H, Douglass, 
general agt,, s, w. cor. Washington 
and Meridian. 

CONTINENTAL, 

of New York, chartered March 1866, 
assest $500,000, Justus Lawrence, 
prest., G, Hellon Scribner, vice- 
prest., J P. Rogers, secy., R. C. Frost, 
actuary, E. D. Wheeler, M. D., med- 
ical examiner; thirty days grace al- 
lowed in payment of premiums ; no 
restriction on travel. C. C. A, Strib- 
len. State agt., room 7, Blackford's 
blk., s. e. cor. Washington and Me- 
ridian. 

ECONOMICAL MUTUAL, 

of Providence, Rhode Island, office, 
room 5, Langdale's blk., n. Dela- 
ware, capital $300,000; Simon S. 
Bucklin, prest,, C, G. McKnight, 
vice-prest,, E, Wright, actuary, Wil- 
liam Y, Potier, secy. This company 
issue all kinds of policies. Dividends, 
declared annually, and paid in cash 
or its equivalent added to the pol- 
icy. See card, page 82. 

Life. 
(Foreign Companies having Agencies in this City.) 
Great Western, of New York, J. P. 

Jones, agt., 19| w. Washington. 
GUARDIAN MUTUAL, 

102 Broadway, New York. Incor- 
porated 1859; capital $1,000,000; 
W. H. Peckham, prest., H. V. Gra- 
ham, secy., Lucius McAdam, actu- 
ary. Directors, Hon. John A. Dix, 
Hon. James Harper, John J. Crane, 
William T. Hooker, William M. Ver- 
milye, Charles G. Rockwood, Hon, 
George Opdyke, Minot C. Morgan, 
Thomas Rigney, Benj, B, Sherman, 
Arron Arnold, Charles J. Coggill, 
E. V, Haughwout, William Wilkeus, 



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Julius H. Pratt, William W. Wright, 
Charles J. Starr, William Allen, 
Geo. W. Cuyler, Geo. T. Hope, John 
H. Sherwood, Walton H. Peckham, 
EdAvard H. Wright, Geo. W. Farlee, 
William L. Cogswell. J. Allington, 
general agt. for Indiana and Illi- 
nois, room 4 Blackford's blk., s. e. 
cor. Washington and Meridian. 

]?TATIONAL LIFE AND TRA- 
VELERS, of New York; capital 
$200,000; incorporated 18G6; in- 
sures against life and accident; Jas. 
R. Dow, prest., E. H. Jones, secy., 
Loomis & Stawitz, agts., 77o e. Mar- 
ket, Eden's blk. 

New England Mutual, of Boston, David 
E. Snyder, agt., 4 w. Washington, 
6 Market. 

NORTH-WESTERN MUTUAL, 
of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Martin & 
Hopkins, agts., new Journal bldg., 
e. Market. See card, page 278. 

NEW YORK LIFE, 

112 and 114 Broadway, New York; 
assetts July 1, 1867, $9,000,000; 
dividend for 1867, 50 per cent.; 
Morris Franklin, prest., Isaac C. 
Kendall, vice-prest., Wm. H. Beers, 
actuary, Theodore M. Banta, cashier, 
Cornelius R. Bogert, M. D., George 
Wilkes, M. D., medical examin- 
ers, Charles Wright, M. D., asst. 
medical examiner. Trustees, Morris 
Franklin, John M. Nixon, David 
Dows, Isaac C. Kendall, Daniel S. 
Miller, William C. Dusenberry, Hen- 
ry K. Bogert, John L. Rogers, John 
Mairs, Dudley B. Fuller, John E. 
Williams, William H. Appleton, Wil- 
liam Barton, William A. Booth, 
Robert B. Collins, Sanford Cobb, G. 
A. Osgood, Henry Bowers, C. L. 
Anthony; W. W. Byington, general 
agt. for Indiana, office s. w. cor. 
Washington and Meridian, Indiana- 
polis. 

Manhattan, of New York, C. B. Davis, 
agt., 6 Odd Fellows Hall. 

MUTUAL BENEFIT, 

of Newark, New Jersev; assetts 
$13,000,000; incorporated 1845; 
Lewis C. Grover, prest., Edward A. 
Strong, secy.. Nutting & Wood, 
State agts., 21 w. Washington. 

Railway Passenger Assurance, of Hart- 
ford, Conn., Martin & Hopkins, 
agts., new Journal bldg. 

Security Life Insurance and Annuity, of 
New York; assets over $1,000,000; 
Robert L. Case, prest., Theodore R. 
Wetmore, vice-prest., Isaac H. Allen, 
secy., Tincher & Northrop, general 



agts. for Indiana and Southern Illi- 
nois, 2 Blake's Row, Indianapolis, 
Ind. 

Travelers, of Hartford, Conn., Martin & 
Hopkins, agts., new Journal bldg. 

UNIVERSAL, 

of New York, W. T. Gibson, State 
agt., C. P. Weld, special agt., room 5 
Odd Fellows Hall, cor. Pennsylvania 
and Washington. 

Western Life, of Cincinnati, J. J. Hay- 
den, general agt. for Indiana, 4 w. 
Washington. 

Iron Fences, Railings, Etc. 

(See, also, Machinists.) 

Haugh B. F., & Co., 72 and 74 s. Penn- 
sylvania. 

Sinker & Co., 125 s. Pennsylvania, on 
R. R. 

Iron and Steel Warehouses. 

Holliday W. J., 59 s. Meridian. 
Maxwell, Fry & Thurston, 34 s. Meri- 
dian. 
OV:ElR E. & CO., 

68 s. Meridian. See card, page 86. 

Iron Founders. 

(See Founders and Machinists.) 

Eagle Machine Works, e. end Union De- 
pot, 8. Meridian. 

Flowers & Co., 100 Kentucky av. 

Frink & Moore, 24 e. Georgia. 

GREENLEAP C. A., 
325 s. Tennessee. 

Sinker &, Co., s. Pennsylvania, bet. Geor- 
gia and Louisiana. 

Springer M. B., Benton, bet. Washing- 
ton and Market. 

White River Co., office 44 Kentecky av. 

Japanned Ware. 

(Manufacturers and Jobbers.) 
Wholesale. 
Voegtle Jacob, 103 e. Washington. 

Eeiail. 

NeCREARY & FAY, 

56 and 58 e. Washington. See cards 

pages 38 and 150. 
TXJTEWILER BROS.. 

74 e. Washington. See card, page 

214. 
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Jewelry, Silverware, Etc. 

(See, also, Watches and Jewelry.) 

Davis George, 37 w. Washington. 
Neller George, 118 s. Illinois. 
Ferguson C. A., 7 w. Washington. 
JENNISON G. M. & CO., 

24 e. Washington. 
McLene & Herron, 1 Bates House. 
Phipps & Craft, 2 Odd Fellows Hall. 
Schlieblitz F. W., 226 e. Washington. 
Stacy M. D., 11 n.. Meridian. 

Justices of the Peace. 

Coulon Charles, 115 e. Washington. 
Curtis Andrew, 85 e. Washington. 
Fisher Charles, Yohn's blk. 
Sullivan William, 47^ e. Washington. 
Wallace A. G., 96 e. Washington. 

Kerosene Oils, Lamps and Trimmings. 

(See, also. Lamps Chandaliers, Etc.) 

EEYNOLDS & HOLLIDAY, 

13 s. Meridian. See card, page 86. 

Knitting Machines and Yarns. 

Dow & Allen, 18 n. Delaware. 

Funk, Krause & Co., 84 e. Washington. 

Ladies^ Boarding Houses. 

Chambers Annie, cor. Market and New 

Jersey. 
Coburn Adeline, 273 n. Noble. 
Daily Jennie, 36 s. New Jersey. 
McDonald Alice, 139 w. Market. 
Perdue R., 212 w. South. 
Ray Frank Mrs., 11 s. Mississippi. 
Rife Kate, 9 s. Mississippi. 
Tucker Maggie, 6 Pearl Alley. 
Washington Alice, 131 n. East. 
Williams Sue, 281 e. New York. 

Ladies' Furnishing Goods. 

(See, also, Gents' Furnishing Coeds.) 

Biden E. E. Mrs. & Co., 185 e. Washing- 
ton. 
BLAIR D. W. MRS., 

24 n. Pennsylvania. See card, page 

14. 
Ray John W., 20 e. Washington. 
Smith & Foster, 27 n. Pennsylvania. 

Lamps, Chandeliers, Etc. 

(See, also. Kerosene Goods.) 

REYNOLDS & HOLLIDAY, 

13 8. Meridian. See card, page 86. 



Land Warrant Dealers. 

(See Real Estate Dealers and Brokers.) 

Lard and Tallow Dealers. 

(See Soap Manufacturers and Commission Mer- 
chants.) 

Laundries. 

SPAULDING J. L.. 

22 s. New Jersey. See card, page 2. 

Lawyers. 

Adams Samuel, room 3, over 45 e. Wash- 
ington. 

Barnes W. H., Hubbard's blk. 

Deal G. A., 94 e. Washington. 

Bills Jared M., Hereth's bldg., n. Dela- 
ware. 

Beckner S. H., office in Herald bldg. 

Blake John W., 47 e. Washington. 

Blair Solomon, room 6, Hereth's blk. 

Bloomer J. S., 14 n. Delaware. 

Bowles Thomas H., 64 e. Washington. 

Brown Ignatius, 8J e. Washington. 

Brown Philip A., Brown's blk., n. Penn- 
sylvania. 

Bufkin John C, 16^ s. Meridian. 

Burns William V., 14 n. Delaware. 

Caven John, 23 e. Washington. 

Coburn John, room 5, Langsdale blk. 

Colley S. A., 16J s. Meridian. 

Davis Edwin A., 3 Talbott & New's blk. 

Duncan R. B. & J. S., 3 Brown's blk., n. 
Pennsylvania. 

Dye & Harris, 8 and 9 Talbott & New's 
blk., n. Pennsylvania. 

Elliott & Black, 24J e. Washington. 

Finch & Finch, 6 and 7 Talbott & New's 
blk. 

Finch H. B,, 6 Talbott and New's blk. 

Gordon George E., room 6 Odd Fellows 
Hall. 

Guffin & Parker, 10 and 11 Talbott & 
New's blk. 

Hamlin & Johnson, cor. Washington and 
Illinois. 

Hammond & Howland, 14 n. Delaware, 

Hanna & Knefler, 20^ n. Delaware. 

Harding & Werbe, 61 e. Washington. 

Harrison R. E., 19 w. Washington. 

Harrison T. C, 19 w. Washingron. 

Hendricks, Hord & Hendricks, 24^ e. 
Washington. 

Hines Cyrus C, 2 Langsdale's blk., n. 
Delaware. 

Holliday E. G., 13 e. Meridian. 

Holstein C. L., 24^ e. Washington. 

Hughes & Harvey, 101 e .Washington. 

Igoe Martin, 34 Lockerbie. 

Johnson T. E., room 10, Blackford's blk. 



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Johnston J. M , 320 n. Alabama. 

Ketcham & Mitchell, 21 e. Washington. 

KIMBALL EBEN W., 

46 e. Washington. See card, page 
66. 

Leathers & Carter, 3 Odd Fellows Hall. 

LOGAN, BROWN & SIPE, 

cor. Meridian and Washington. See 
card, page 130. 

LOWE & NICHOLS, 
16^ e. Washington. 

McDonald, Roach & -Sheek«) room 3, 
^tna bldg< ' 

Major & Mothershead, room 5, Vinton's 
blk. 

Manlove & Learey, 26 w. Washington. 

Milner John, 94 e. Washington. 

Morrison James, 24^ e. Washington, 

Morrow, Goodwin &*Hay-, room 3, Vin- 
ton's bik., opp. p. 0. 

MORTON, MARTINDALE & 
TARKINGTON, 2 w. Washington. 
See card, page 90. 

Parker E. A., 23 e. Washington. 
" Pa r k er^E. F., 81^ e. Washington. 

Patterson W., 68 e. Washington. 

Perkins,^Saylor & Jordan, 4 -<Sitna bldg. 

PERRIN & STANTON, 

45 e. Washington. See card, page 
178. 

Phipps J. B,, 24J e. Washington. 

Porter, Harrison & Fishback, Yohn's 
blk. 

Rand & Hall, 24^- e. Washington. 

Ray, Gordon & March, room 12, Talbott 
& New's blk., n. Pennsylvania. 

Ray & Ritter, 24^ e. Washington. 
'^' Sage Charles, 157 w. Washington. 

Scott J. N., 21^ e. Washington. 

Seidensticker A., 14 s. Delaware. 

Stagg C. W., Yohn's blk. 

Stapp J. H., 74 e. Washington. 

Taylor J. J., cor. Washington and Vir- 
ginia av. 

Taylor N. B., Brown's^lk., 10 n. Penn- 
sylvania. 
*^eal Nathan, 5 Blake's blk. 

Wallace & Batkr, room 1, Hereth's blk. 

Wilson 0. M., 2 ^tna bldg. 
♦"Yandes Simion, 17^ e. Washington. 

Young John, 5 Hereth's blk. 

Lead Pipe. 

(See, also, Steam and Gas Fitters.) 

Cottrell & Knight, 108 s. Delaware. 
Coulter & White, 77 e. Maiket. 
DAVIS J. W., 

110 s. Delaware. See card, page 

178. 
HANNING, RAMSEY & CO., 

82 w. Washington. See card, page 

162. 



Leather and Shoe Findings. 

(See, also. Hides, Leather, Oil, Belting, Hose, Etc.) 

Fishback John, 125 s. Meridian. 
FRENZEL, WILL & CO., 

133 s. Illinois. 
Mooney & Co., 147 s. Meridian. 
Sharpe J. K., 49 s. Delaware. 
Yandes Daniel, 38 e. Washington. 

Lightning Rod Manufacturers. 

McNab Philip, 149 s. New Jersey. 
Munson David, 62 e. Washington. 

Lime, Cement, Plaster and Hair. 

(See, also, Plaster, Fire-Brict, Clay, &c.) 

Butsch V. & Dickson, 27 e. Georgia. 
Fawkner John E., 24 w. Maryland. 
McDonough & Eck, cor. Alabama and 

Louisiana. 
Perrine & Allaire, 24 Virginia av. 

Linens, Irish. 

(See, also. Dry Goods.) 
Q & Co., 69 s. Illin 

Liquor Dealers. 

(See, also, Wines and Liquors.) 

BEINKMEYER J. C. & CO., 

104 s. Meridian. See card, page 54. 
Elliott, Ryan & Co., 48 s. Meridian. 
HAHN & BALS, 

25 s. Meridian. 
Heyman & Schwabacker, 41 s. Delaware. 
Kaufman S., 213 e. Washington. 
Mueller John, 306 e. Washington. 
IIICKOPP& BRO., 

77 s. Meridian. See card, page 90. 
Sweetser J. & Co., 158 w. W^ashington. 

Lithographers. 

Braden W. & J., 24 w. Washington. 

Livery and Sales Stables. 

Allen Henry, 25 and 27 w. Pearl. 

Baker T., 35 n. Illinois. 

Bond Joel L., Court, bet. Pennsylvania 

and Delaware. 
Brinkman Charles, 23 s. Delaware. 
Brundage E. C, 223 e. Washington. 
Delzell Hugh, 42 e. Maryland. 
Faucet David, 69 s. Mississippi. 
Gates, Pray & Co., opp. e. Market Square. 
Hinesley Wm., 37 w. Pearl. 
Hinesley & Wood, 23 w. Pearl. 
Landis Jacob, cor. Pearl and Pennsyl- 



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Mills Late & Co., rear town clock, alley 

bet. Pennsylvania and Delaware. 
NATIONAL STABLES, 

Court, bet. Pennsylvania and Dela- 
ware, Wm. E. Wood, propr. See 
card, page 62. 

Sullivan & Drew, 10 e. Pearl. 

Wood & Foudray, 16 n. Pennsylvania. 

WOOD WM. E.. 

propr. National Stables, Court, bet. 
Pennsylvania and Delaware. See 
card, page 62. 

Loan Offices. 

(See, also, Brokers.) 

Ferguson K., 35 s. Illinois. 
May Edwin, 34 s. Illinois. 
Solomon J. & M., 25 s. Illinois. 
Turner A. H., 8 w. Washington. 

Locksmiths. 

(See, also, Bell Hangers.) 

Kindler Charles, 60 n, Pennsylvania. 

Kosar John, 81 s. Illinois. 

Walsamian J. H., Ill Massachusetts av. 

Looking Glass and Picture Frames. 

Crapo R. P., 46 n. Pennsylvania. 
Daumont H. & Co., 15 w. Washington. 
LIEBER H. & CO., 
21 n. Pennsylvania. 

Lumber Merchants. 

(See, also, Planing Mills.) 

Adams George F., 175 e. Market. 

Avery J. S,, 256 n. Alabama. 

Berryman W. L., s. Tennessee. 

Bunte & Dickson, 387 e. Market. 

Coburn & Jones, 101 s. Mississippi. 

Helwig, Roberts & Co., cor. New York 
and Canal. 

Hill & Wingate, cor. Georgia and East. 

Isgrigg& Braskin, 180 w. Market. 

King Cornelius, cor. St. Clair and Ala- 
bama. 

McCord & Wheatley, 155 s. Delaware. 

McGinnis John, 169 s. New Jersey. 

Meiners C, 240 n. Illinis. 

Off & Bros., cor. North and Noble. 

Sands Isaac, 506 Virginia av. 

Streight A. D., ofi&ce Yohn's blk. 

White Joseph, cor. School and Huron. 

Williamson M. D., Meridian, bet. Second 
and Third. 

Machine Draughtsman. 

LOEPER WILLIAM J., 

room 4 Vinton's blk., opp. p. o. 



Machinists. 

(See, aiso, Iron Founders.) 

Chandler & Taylor, w. Washington, near 
race. 

Eagle Machine Works, e. end Union 
Depot. 

Flowers & Co., 100 Kentucky av. 

Greenleaf C. A,, 325 s. Tennessee. 

Hetherington B. F., 189 s. Pennsylvania. 

Phoenix Works, w. Washington, near 
race. 

Root D. & Co., 183 and 185 b. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

SINKER & CO., 

s. Pennsylvania, bet. Georgia and 
Louisiana. 

Smithers R. G. & Co., Pearl, bet. Missis- 
sippi and Missouri. 

Thornley Orion, 28 e. Louisiana. 

Malt Houses. 

LONG, SNIDER & CO., 

214 and 216 s. Delaware. See card, 
page 66. 

Map Publishers. 

ASHER & ADAMS, 

76 e. Market. See card, page 186. 

Marble Yards. 

Carpenter Benjamin 0., 165 e. South. 

Dame Jason, 69 e. Washington. 

Farmer Frank, cor. Mississippi and Lou- 
isiana. 

James T. S. & Co., 136 s. Meridian. 

LaDow, Winder & Wise, 120 s. Illinois. 

Scott & Nicholson, Kentucky av. 

Seybold James H., 64 e. Market. 

SMITH, ITTENBACH & CO., 
s. Pennsylvania, cor. Merrill. 

Weir William, 64 Virginia av. 

Wilson A. J., 27 n. Tennessee. 

Masons, Brick and Stone. 

(See Contractors and Builders. 

Mathematical and Philosophical In- 
struments. 

STEEPENS E. P., 

s. w. cor. Washington and Meridian. 

Meat Markets. 

Atkinson B., 153 w. Washington. 
Bolz Phillip & Co., 827 n. Meridian. 
Bauer Conrad, 194 s. Illinois. 
Beal J. W., 406 w. Washington. 
Biszee E., 221 w. Market. 
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Brener John, 363 w. New York, 
Charles & Rifle, 374 Virginia av. 
Coon Charles, 207 w. Michigan. 
Davis Edward, 71 e. Washington. 
Finch C. & E., 276 w. Washington. 
Gass Andrew, 116 e. St. Joseph. 
Griffenstein William, 105 MassachHsetts 

av. 
Hahn Lewis, 227 s. Tennessee. 
Hatt Lewis, 71 s. Noble. 
Hanenstein, 309 n. West. 
Heid Frederick, f 59 n. Noble. 
Heim Jacob, 553 e. Washington. 
Jacobs Fred, 369 s. Delaware. 
Kafinan L., 97 e. Washingten. 
Kaufman M., 267 n. East. 
Kizer Charles, 751 n. Illinois. 
Kollesh M., 22 Bates House. 
Kramer H., 80 Ft. Wayne av. 
LUDLOW JOHN, 

34 n. Pennsylvania. See card, page 

178. 
Mullen & Bros., 237 s. Alabama. 
Neffle & Beck, 98 s. Illinois. 
Neiger & Brummer, 660 n. Tennessee. 
Otwell F., cor. Virginia av. and South. 
Parrott R., cor. Tennessee and First. 
RIGGS JOHN, 

198 n. Mississippi. See card, page 

114. 
Ripley Andrew, 97 e. North. 
Rouse Jacob, 137 s. Illinois. 
Rouse H. J., 92 n. Illinois. 
Rumge C. I., 388 s. Delaware. 
Schmidt W., 221 Massachusetts av. 
Schuler George, 158 s. Meridian. 
Schuiensberg W., 329 s. Delaware. 
Schafer & Perrott, 92 n. Illinois. 
Singel Gotleib, 194 s. Illinois. 
Smith William, 221 Massachusetts av. 
Stellwergen John, 442 s. Illinois. 
Vistee William, 298 Blake. 
Yorger John & Bro., 246 e. Washington. 
Zimmerman G., 333 w. North. 
Zobel P., 366 Virginia av. 

Medicines. 

Patent and Family. 
Buell C. H., 75 e. Market. 

Midwives. 

Boney Mary, 185 e. Washington. 
Despa W. Mrs., 50 Lockerbie. 
Greary Margaret, 276 s. Tennessee. 
Wink Theresa Mrs., 189 e. Washington. 

Military Agency. 

Indian Military Agency, w. Market, opp. 
State House. 



Millwrights and Mill Furnishing Sup- 
plies. 

TAGGART SAMUEL, 

132 s. Pennsylvania. See card, 
page 126. 

Milliners. 

Baker Anna, 46 s. Illinois. 
Baker Bertha, 40 s. Illinois. 
Catlin & Gardner, 46 w. Washington. 
Conaty James B., 44 s. Illinois. 
Copeland J. W., 8. e. Washington. 
Dunn & Franco, 52 n. Illinois. 
Green R. Miss, 68 e. Washington. 
Hinsdale & Quimby, 42 s. Illinois. 
Jones & Sweeney Misses, 70 e. Market. 
Ketchum Juliet, 58 n. Illinois. 
Kirk Elizabeth Mrs., 75 n. Pennsylvania. 
Richmond E. L. Mrs., 8 n. Pennsylvania. 
Scudder Helen, 83 n. New Jersey. 
Smith M. J. Mrs., 138 n. Meridian. 
Steacy Warren Mrs., 70. e. Market. 
Thomas M. J. Mrs., 6 w. Washington. 
Walker Ella, 68 e. Washington. 
Wink Isabella, 152 e. Washington. 

Millinery and Straw Goods. 

Wholesale. 

Copeland J. W., 39 s. Meridian. 
Stilas, Fahnley & McCrea, 131 s. Meri- 
dian. 

Retail. 

Baker Anna, 46 s. Illinois. 
Catlin & Gardner, 46 w. Washington. 
Copeland J. W., 8 e. Washington. 
Dietrichs Maggie, 60 e. Washington. 
Dietrichs Louisa, 60 e. Washington. 
Dunn & Franco, 52 n. Illinois. 
Ettenheimer H. & Co., 10 w. Washington. 
Ferguson A. V., 64 n. Pennsylvania. 
Hanly Emeline, 64 n. Illinois. 
Richmond E. L. Mrs., 8 n. Pennsylvania. 
Thomas M. J. Mrs., 6 w. Washington. 
Wink Isabella, 152 e. Washington. 

Mills. 

(See Flouring Mills ; also, Planing and Woolen Mills; 
also, Saw and Cane Mills.) 

Mineral Water Manufacturers. 

(See Soda Water and Sarsaparilla Manufacturers.) 

Model Builders. 

(See Pattern -Makers.) 

Mouldings and Frames. 

Crapo R. P., 46 n. Pennsylvania. 
Lieber & Co., 21 n. Pennsylvania. 



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cr. H . I?. O S S, 

DEALER IN 

Boghead, Highland and Pittsburg 

COAL, 

Office, No. 24 East Pearl Street, Indianapolis, Indiana. 

S. BINKLEY. P. R. PERRINE. 

{Successors to Martin Burton,) 
Manufacturers, Jobbers and Retailers of 

Trunks, Valises, Traveling Bags, &c. 

Three Doors South of Palmer House, 

No. 29 SOUTH ILLINOIS STREET, INDIANAPOLIS, INDANA. 



Repairing Done on Short Notice. Trxinks Made to Order. 

lOE jyC E IR. O H ^ IT T. 



A. J. BURKHART, 

South- West Corner Michigan and Mississippi Streets, 

DEALER IN 

CLEAR AND \V E L L PREPARED 

DELIVERED TO ANT 

store, Manufactory, Residence, Boarding House, Office, Shop or Room, 

AT CHEAPER RATES 

Than the same quality can be furnished by any other 
dealer. 

PATEONIZE A MAN WHO WOEKS. 




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Mowers and Reapers, 

(See, also, Agricultural Implements.) 

DicksoD C. & Co., 84 w. Washington. 
Sherwood L. Q., opp. e. end Union depot. 
Stiltz J. George, 78 e. "Washington. 
Webb A. L., 75 w. Washington. 

Musical Merchandise. 

(See, also, Pianos.) 

Benham H. L. & Co., 38 e. Washington. 

Butterfield J. A. & Co., 22 w. Washing- 
ton. 

WILLABD & STOWELL, 
4 Bates House. 

Music Publishers. 

Benham H. S. & Co., 36 e. Washington. 

Butterfield J. A. & Co., 22 w. Washing- 
ton. 

HESS CHAELES, 

253 s. Meridian. See card, page 110. 

Music. 

Teachers. 
Gresh B. P. 282 e. St. Clair. 
HESS CHARLES, 

253 s. Meridian. See card, page 110. 
Keating J. J., 79 Indiana av. 
Loomis G. B., 318 n. Alabama. 
Newell L. S., Vinton's blk. 
Pearsall P. R., 24 w. Georgia. 
Riley M. Mrs., 42 Kentucky av. 
Smith Athlick, 146 Buchanan. 
Stoutemeyer Mary, 263 s. Meridian. 
Vogt Professor B., 246 e. Ohio. 
Weegman H., 34 s. Alabama. 
Wilson G. Miss, 266 s. Mississippi. 

News Depots. 

(See, also. Booksellers.) 
Barth L. A., Union Depot, 
Fish E. I., 62 n. Illinois. 
Merritt J. J. Mrs., in 33 n. Pennsylvania. 
Pyle John, in p. o. 
Thompson Anna, 13 n. Pennsylvania. 

Newspapers. 

COMMERCIAL, 

(daily, evening,) cor. Meridian and 
Circle, L. G. Dynes & Co., publishers, 
M. G. Lee, editor. See card, page 
106. 

FREE PRESS, 

(German, weekly,) 13 w. Maryland, 
Ben. Franklin Book and Printing 
Co., pubishers. 

FREEDMANS' REPORTER, 
Wiley's blk., cor. Washington and 



Pennsylvania, Jacob S. Willets, pub- 
lishing agt. 

GOOD TEMPLAR, 

(monthly,) organ of the I. 0. G. T., 
cor. Meridian and Circle, Dynes & 
Goodwin, publishers. See prospec- 
tus, page 98. 

HERALD, 

(democratic, daily and weekly,) of- 
fice, 16J e. Washington, Herald Co., 
publishers, Lafe. Develin, editor. See 
prospectus, page 306. 

INDIATTA SCHOOL JOURNAL 
13 w. Maryland, Ben. Franklin Book 
and Printing Co., publishers, G. W. 
Hoss, editor. 

INDIANA STATE COMMER- 
CIAL AND HOME ADVOCATE, 
(monthly,) published 16 J e. Wash- 
ington, A. L. Logan, general agt. 
See card, page 166. 

INDIANA VOLKSBLATT, 

(weekly,) 164 e. Washington, Julius 
Boetticher, editor and publisher. 

JOURNAL, 

(republican, daily and weekly,) new 
Journal bldg., e. Market, cor. Circle, 
Journal Co., publishers, W. R. Hol- 
loway, editor. See card, page 308. 

JOLLY HOOSIER, 

(monthly,) new Journal bldg., e. 
Market, cor. Circle, Roach & Thistle- 
wait, editors and publishers. 

MUSICAL REVIEW, 

(monthly,) 36 e. Washington, L. H. 
Benham & Co., publishers. 

TELEGRAPH, 

(German, daily and weekly,) 13 w. 
Maryland, Ben. Franklin Book and 
Printing Co., publishers. 

Notaries Public. 

Adams Samuel, 45 e. Washington. 
Barbour & Jacobs, 14 n. Delaware. 
Beckner Samuel H., 16 J e. Washington, 
Black James B., 24^ e. Washington. 
Blake John W., 45 e. Washington. 
Bowles Thomas H., 64 e. Washington. 
Bowles George A., 10 e. Washington. 
Burns William V., room 2, Langsdale 

blk., n. Delaware. 
Davis Edwin A., 3 Talbott & New's blk., 

n. Pennsylvania. 
Denny Robert 74 e. Washington. 
Dunlap J. S., 16 n. Meridian. 
Finch John A., Talbott & New's blk., n. 

Pennsylvania. 
Guffin & Parker, 10 and 11 Talbott & 

New's blk. 
Halford E. W., Journal Office. 
Hamlin & Johnson n. e. cor. Washington 

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Hammond & Rowland, 14 n. Delaware. 
Harrison R. E,, 19 w. Washington. 
Harrison T, C, 19 w. Washington. 
Holliday E. G., 18 s. Meridian. 
Holstein C. L., 24^ e. Washington. 
Hughes & Harvey, 101 e. Washington. 
Johnson T. E., room, 10 Blackford's blk. 
KETCHAM & MITCHELL, 

17^ e. Washington. 
KIMBALL E. W., 

46 e. Washington. 
King James M., 47^ e. Washington. 
Leathers & Carter, room 3, Odd Fellows 

Hall. 
LOWE & NICHOL, 

16^ e. Washington. 
Manlove & Leary, 26J w. Washington. 
Martin Luther R., 10 e. Washington. 
MARTINDALE E. B., 

n. w. cor. Washington and Meridian. 
May Alvin D., Herald office. 
Noble A. F., room 6, Yohn's blk. 
Perkins, Saylor & Jordan, 4 JEtna bldg. 
PERRIN & STANTON, 

45 e. Washington. See page 178. 
Phipps J. B,, 24^ e. Washington. 
Ray, Gordon & March, 12 Talbott & 

New's blk. 
Ray & Ritter, 24^ e. Washington. 
Seidensticker A., 14 s. Delaware. 
Spann John S. & Co., room 2, Brown's blk. 
Spicer